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
Kicking off this week’s showcase with a wonderful throwback to one of the most iconic Black Templar illustrations in the franchise. Not only is that classic Marine updated with a bit of Primaris flair and some tenacious Necron foes, but the subtle crosshatching on the banner to give it a hand-woven look is simply exquisite.
The knight is done, now I just need to do the base! I can't wait to play a game with it! And then I guess I'll need at least a couple more knights 😀#warhammer #warhammercommunity #gamesworkshop #warhammer40k pic.twitter.com/2hNygdeKVE
— Emma Svensson (@DicenDemons) March 31, 2023
Hitting to the opposite end of the scale with this next piece as Emma Svensson unleashes her lurid, ultra-saturated style on this Chaos Knight Abominant. We’d kill to see what this thing looks like under a blacklight.
Keeping up the Chaos streak with a piece that’ll hit some flashbacks to 6th edition with a Heldrake modelled mid-bombing run. This is a beautiful study in contrasts between the muddy, muted rust of the beast itself and the fluorescent flames pouring from its maw, insanely cool.
This little video has been pretty popular over on my Insta!
What other tutorials would you like to see? More little ones or longer more in-depth ones? What kind of topics would you find useful?#WarhammerCommunity #warmongers #warmaidens #paintcultist #minipainting pic.twitter.com/Bdeq1qvheH
— Dungeons and Dry-Gins (@dry_gins) March 27, 2023
A clever little video for our next entry, showing how to model a simple but striking spark effect for weapon impacts, broken electronics or what have you, using basing tufts and some careful brushwork.
Flag Bearer of my #LGBT themed Space Marines squad,the "Gate Crushers". He wears both the Progress Flag and the Dark Angels armour for obvious lore reasons :p#Warhammer40k #WarhammerCommunity #paintingminis #paintingminiatures #w40k #DarkAngels #LGBTQIA #PaintingWarhammer pic.twitter.com/Mu8wBNvRLA
— CerberusXt (@CerberusXt) March 26, 2023
CereberusXt has been crushing it the last couple of months with their pride flag Marines and this entry for the Progress Flag is no exception. Holy shit those blends on the armour especially, and the clever little decisions on how to work in all the flag’s designs upon the Ancient’s banner.
“Name Unknown” AD Taylor Ingvarsson #MTGMOM
Well, what can I say. The response to this has been incredible
Coming off a bad move, losing my cat, taking a break & coming back feeling like I had something to prove after a lot of MTG set FOMO led to this. Let's talk abt it
— Jason Rainville (@rhineville) March 27, 2023
Something a little different for our last two entries this month, starting with a rare treat as Jason Rainville takes us through the process of being commissioned for and completing a piece of art of Magic: the Gathering, in this case the utterly stunning “Storm the Seedcore”. There’s some incredibly poignant thoughts for anyone looking to reflect upon and improve their art and we highly recommend a read.
The second of our little subtheme of self-reflection is this thread from r/WarhammerCompetitive, where a user makes the important steps in how they approach their mindset towards the game and other people playing it. There’s some very excellent advice in here upon how to become a more positive and less toxic player in here… as well as some prime examples on the kind of stuff the OP wants to self-improve away from. Another recommended read.
This Week on Goonhammer
It’s a small games kinda week to kick off April, with new releases for Necromunda and Middle Earth Strategy Battle Game on the docket, as well as a look at the bittersweet Lets Go! To Japan.
Everyone might be taking a breather from Adepticon, but there’s still plenty of slaughter out in the rest of the world. Kill Team also received its first Dataslate balance pass of the year and we take a look at the art of the kick-off in Blood Bowl.
- Competitive Innovations in 40k: The Desolation of Manchester Part 1 & Part 2
- Competitive Innovations in AoS: Adepticon 2023
Other Cool Stuff
Lenoon sits down with Daine Ware to talk about writing for Black Library, Sisters of Battle and representation in the hobby, and we get ready for our new theme week: MECHAHAMMER
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