Happy New Year Goonfans! Although it’s a big internet out there, the Tabletop digital universe is pretty small and spread out. In Content We Liked, we take a look at the articles, videos, podcasts, and products that caught our eyes or were noteworthy during the prior week you might have missed.
On the Internet at Large
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This is some classic hobby goodness, a simple bit of crafts that massively improves the base model tenfold.
Finally got an OG metal creed to paint up as an old bronze statue. Left foot is shinier. It's where the whiteshields jump up and touch it for luck on the march past. pic.twitter.com/6oAe7rmMvN
— Dr Jude Reid (@squintywitch) December 24, 2022
We’re always fond of using older models as the basis for statue pieces, but the attention to detail in the tarnish of this one is fantastic.
Okay pack it up, the perfect board has been crafted, there’s no upwards from here.
I can now post this… did a commission for the man himself pic.twitter.com/ADIuFNW5zO
— Sara Schaefer (@saraschaefer1) December 30, 2022
Speaking of pinnacles of miniature artistry, this. Like goddamn the sheer attention to detail is absurd, to take the screen accurate corkboard and shrink it to such a scale is an immense level of dedication and skill. Fantastic.
This Week on Goonhammer
Goonhammer Year in Reviews
2022’s been a busy one, after the near total shut down of 2020 and the cautious stops and starts of 2021 it feels like the hobby world is starting to splutter back on track. Our growing list of contributors have written retrospectives on the year just gone, here collated for your perusal.
- TheChirurgeon’s Year in Review
- Bair’s Year in Review
- Rockfish’s Year in Review
- Soggy’s Year in Review
- Summer’s Year in Review
- SRM’s Year in Review
- Swiftblade’s Year in Review
- Rocco’s Year in Review
- Charlie B’s Year in Review
- Marchettus’ Year in Review
- TheArmorofContempt’s Year in Review
- Skail’s Year in Review
- Goonhammer Historicals Collective Year in Review
Competitive Innovations: Asking the Right Questions– With no events to cover in the post Holiday limbo Competitive Innovations takes a look inwards to ask the big questions. Like what exactly you should be asking yourself during a game of 40k, the real important ones.
Battletech: Griffin Mech Overview– The Beginner Box coverage continues with the second Medium Mech mainstay of the IS, the Griffin.
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