Although it’s a big internet out there, the Warhammer 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
Takeshi Uechi’s Blue Print Ceramic Zaku
@DEADANDBURIED5 via Twitter
The Gunpla nerds are flexing their unholy might again, with another completely out there concept executed to an amazing level of technical brilliance. Particularly marvelling at the care to paint the design onto all that tubing.
DDBuild’s Sparkly Starweaver
@DatXDiver via Twitter
We’ve seen many takes on the Harlequins’ holo-fields over the years, both on official models and conversions, but sometimes the simple route is the best as this model shows, capped off with a slick paint-job and some lovely freehand on the nosecone.
Rushputin’s Genestealer Cult Enforcers
u/rushputin via Reddit
We love seeing the sheer range of kitbashes Genestealer players come up with due to the raw versatility of the standard Neophyte kit, these jackboots are no exception. Throw in a striking colour scheme riffing off the studio Palatines’ with the cult insignia worked in perfectly and you’ve got some great looking mutants.
bitsofbocks’ Skeleton Troopers
bitsofbocks via Instagram
Hell yeah. The Vampire Counts Skeleton Warriors kit may have been a pain in the ass to build but it was a fountain of potential for converters and kitbashers and these kickin’ rad Skeledudes are a fitting send off.
Celadon Craftworld’s Ministorum Container Backdrop
@CeladonCraft via Twitter
More of just a cool hobby tip for an easy background for taking snaps of your minis, but we love how effective it is. Especially handy with all the cheap Ministorum Container kits floating around thanks to the Imperium partworks.
This Week on Goonhammer
Goonhammer 2002 Continues
The turn of the Millennium keeps on turning and Goonhammer 2002 continued on with reviews of some of our favourite books and games from the era.
- Codex: Necrons (3rd Edition) Review
- Codex: Dark Angels (3rd Edition) Review
- Warhammer Armies: Hordes of Chaos Review
- Chapter Approved 2003 Review
- Game Review: Splinter Cell
- Game Review: Escape Velocity Nova
- 40k: Joker Mode Part 1 & Part 2: Truly, We Live in a Society as Harlequins continue to crush everything beneath their jingly jangly boots.
- AoS: April 6th 2022
- Kill Team: Adepticon in Review
Codex Tyranids (9th Edition) Review: The Great Devourer descends once more and our resident Genestealer Cultists convene to discuss all the new adaptations and mutations within the book.
Season of War: Thondia Reviews
A new Season of War turns and with it, a new campaign book for playing in the Realm of Beasts.
How to Paint Everything- Dropfleet UCM: Our coverage of Dropfleet: Commander continues with a look at two ways to paint the utilitarian might of the UCM fleets.
Infinity Faction Focus- Tunguska: It’s time to violate some Non Aggression Pacts and empty everyone’s Crypto Wallets as we take a look at Infinity’s resident Space Objectivists.
That’s all for this week, stay tuned to Goonhammer for more great articles in the next seven days, and give us a shout in the comments below or email us at firstname.lastname@example.org if you have any feedback or questions.