Content We Liked: August 22, 2021

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

  • The Seraphim of Extermination
    @Izotzuhure via Twitter
    This amazing conversion of the Void Dragon (used as a stand-in for Archaeon) is one of the most amazing conversions I’ve seen in a while. I love everything about this and the biblical inspiration it’s drawing from.
  • Seanzor’s Amazing Nagash
    @seanzor21 via Twitter
    A hell of a lot of work went into this Nagash conversion – particularly the base – and it really shows. The whole thing looks great and I love the green lighting effect.
  • Some cool halflings
    AvarchillionPaints via Tumblr
    We don’t get too many Tumblr submissions, but this is a cool group of halflings from the TTCombat range, painted up just in time for the new army in Kings of War.
  • Big Moe
    u/Dirkdiggler via Reddit
    This is a wonderful conversion of a Khorne Berzerker that mashes a bunch of great kits together. I love the helmet on this guy.
  • Big Boy Bundo the Megagargant
    @ZweihanderHall via Twitter
    This massive model looks great, with lots of great conversion bits and trinkets. Always a fan of showcasing gargants here.
  • Mark’s Archdaemon
    @gobble_inz via Instagram
    This thing is appropriately gross and horrifying, and looks kind of like a hellcrab.
  • A Tzeentch Megagargant
    u/TheSwissdictator via Reddit
    More gargants! This one is an insanely cool Chaos Gargant dedicated to the Changer of Ways.
  • A Mutated Ghazghkull
    u/jeryho via Reddit
    Ghaz here may regret his latest trip through the warp. Excellent (and gross) conversion.
  • Some awesome planetary governor cosplay
    @fredelledesigns via Twitter
    We don’t show off enough cool 40k cosplay here, so let’s change that. I love this look, particularly the armored/cybernetic arm.
  • A scratch-built Howl’s Moving Castle
    @StudsonStudio via Twitter
    This is an amazing piece, built entirely from collected scrap and garbage, if you can believe it. Just fantastic.


This Week on Goonhammer

This week we updated some long-overdue start competing articles and talked about AoS factions.

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 at if you have any feedback or questions.