Bit of a throwback thursday post, harking to a time when things were apparently, simpler.
For instance, these photos I uncovered today when looking up old Necromunda notes:
Why back in the 90's, we had to photograph our minis with an actual camera, get the film processed by riding my bicycle to the shopping centre and wait an hour (I usually rode further to the shops where my local GW store was); ride home, scan each slowly, use MicrosoftPaint on my pentium PC to edit the size, upload via FTP, HTML code it on my website. Then email friends around the world as a mail group or BBCode forum; to notify them what I painted that week.
We're a ridiculously spoilt lot today.
I don't think I was zen-like patient kid back then, I simply had a lot to do to keep my mind off the time it took to post onto the Internet