The event covered the 10mm scale Sci-Fi wargame Dropzone Commander from Hawk Wargames (http://www.hawkwargames.com/) and allowed attendees to choose their own starter set from the games factions and then spend the weekend assembling, painting and playing with the chosen force alongside likeminded hobbyists.
Supporting the event were also Army Painter (http://www.thearmypainter.
The first Boot Camp was a sold out affair and bought in twenty four people from all over the UK and Europe as well as countries further afield such as Canada. The tickets for the Boot Camp included a starter set of miniatures, hobby supplies, breakfast, lunch, dinner and a room at Breezemount House (http://www.breezemount.co.uk/
As well as putting on the event for the attendees Beasts of War also Live-Blogged the entire weekend (http://www.beastsofwar.com/
The Boot Camp was a great success and the second event has already sold out. The next one will focus on World War II tabletop wargame Bolt Action (http://store.warlordgames.
Beasts of War also have plans for many more Boot Camps in the future.