The roof in question is my own where the man cave is located and the Angels refer to my collection of 15mm WW2 aircraft for use with Angels 20.
I have started to reorganise the man cave for what I hope will be the last time. The most significant change will be with the book cases. At the the present time I have two double units (I use the Ivar range from Ikea) facing opposite each other. The plan now is to turn one of the doubles into a treble sized unit and then have the single - with an extra shelf - deployed elsewhere. This will give me sufficient space to be able to deploy my 6 x 4ft table with plenty of floor space around it. I have made a start on the changes needed for this but to be honest, gave up after an hour or so as I am still feeling a little lethargic and unwell. Now that I can see what I need to do though I am confident that once I am back firing on all cylinders it will nt take long to organise properly - perhaps a day at most. Next after this will be the final block units and then the 1/2400th WW1 ships.
Mention of Angels 20 (and the recent acquisition of the extra aircraft in the shape of four German FW 190 A fighters) has reminded me of a rather interesting development spotted by our very own 'Le Renard Subtil) - Mr Fox himself. He mentioned in passing about a new Yahoo group he had come across called Angels 21 and was getting in quite a lather about the same. I took and look and could see exactly why he was getting so excited.
The group's founder has taken the game apart and made it a much more sensible 'beer and pretzel' game - sensible as in feels more like an aerial game then the original version) - and has come up with a heap of additional aircraft charts. After some initial problems I was able to download everything from the files section and am now busily digesting the same and how I can make use of this marvelous adaptation. I can see some serious fun with this - there are no 'special' abilities for one thing - and it has made me think about the possibility of using an alternate scale of models. It currently seems that a third set will not be produced so it would mean adding extra models from alternative sources which could be potentially quite expensive.
One to ponder for the future methinks - once everything else has been attended to, starting with the man cave.