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
And I'm calling it done for now.
Feel as if I'm going blind painting this 😂
— Jack Young (@JD21290) November 27, 2023
Lets start this week off by squinting really really hard, a real workout for your eyes. This teeny tiny Lion El’Jonson is a hell of a feat, a perfect translation of the Heresy incarnation of the Dark Angel to such a ittsy bittsy scale.
Want to get on CWL? Paint skeletons. Some Bone Boys, some Dusty Daniels. We can’t get enough of our rattling friends, especially when they’re rendered as gorgeously decrepitly as here. 10 out of 10 doots.
No dumb caption for this one. Just… goddamn. Good gosh. What could we say to add that just beholding the Cat Armour wouldn’t?
This Week on Goonhammer
It’s the Holiday season, so what better way to kick it off than… hideously delusional cannibals. Huh. Anyway we’ve got a review of the brand new Flesh-Eater Courts armybook and limited edition box for Age of Sigmar, as well as reviews for the heavy metal hellwars of Magnagothica Maleghast, whimsical madness of Disney’s Lorcana, spacebound sabotage of Star Wars Shatterpoint and much more!
All your weekly recaps of the 40k, AoS, and Kill Team scenes and more. This week: Blood Bowl Hot Takes, a whole bunch of trip reports and Wizards of the Coast’s terrible terrible naming choices.
Painting and Modelling
A twofer of technical articles for this week’s Painting and Modelling content, with a look at how to use Oils to paint Napoleonic era Brits and how to build the resin albatross that is the Legion Thunderhawk Gunship.
The Fluff Corner
Beep Boop season continues as we take a look at the Crusade sections of the new Necron and Adeptus Mechanicus codexes.
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