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
— Carmelito (@Carmeli26791598) May 13, 2023
Kicking this week off with the biggest lil’est Magnus the Red you ever did saw with a wonderful upscale of the classic Epic Magnus sculpt. Gotta love those Harryhousen-esque Cyclops features and elongated Horror limbs.
Frozen Kodiak bay – 1/72 scale pic.twitter.com/8mgdNPbiEL
— Jason Hsiao – Scale Model Works (@JasonHsiao20) May 20, 2023
Admit it, without that fourth picture you thought these were photos of a real plane didn’t you? So did we. Straight up witchcraft levels of hobby skill, you can just feel the freezing chill creeping up your spine.
Life in plastic IS fantastic. As the Film Event of the Century quickly approaches us, enjoy this Wolverine in a spectacularly 80’s camo scheme.
We wondered just how long it’d take until we saw the Lord Solar remounted on a bike or the like, though just not… quite like this. We’re not complaining however, it’s perfectly 40k in concept and execution, as well as giving some ol’ Lost World vibes.
This is the one Creb we don’t wanna return to. In all seriousness however this is a wonderful entry to the Smashbash competition, wonderfully grimy and grim with such a wide variety of pieces blended together excellently.
This Week on Goonhammer
A study in contrasts this week, as the large scale battles of the Horus Heresy receive the brand new Vindicator Siege Tank plastic kit along with the Siege of Cthonia campaign book, while the small scale of Kill Team sees the start of a new campaign with the Ashes of Faith box set. Meanwhile we also take a look at Bandua Wargaming’s close quarters terrain set, and the adorable Sheepy Time board game.
- Inquisition Kill Team Review
- Chaos Cult Review
All your usual weekly overviews for 40k and AoS, plus this week a look at World Eaters in 10th edition in Hammer of Math.
Painting and Modelling
The Mengel Minis/Goonhammer collaboration continues, with this week a guide to painting the Blisterskin Flesh-Eater Court.
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