Content We Liked: August 8, 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

  • Heretic Deb’s Admech Game Diorama
    @Heretic_Deb via Twitter
    A cute diorama from the “models playing with models” category of dioramas we all love.
  • A Real life Outrider hog
    @arrow_krittin via Instagram
    There’s cosplay and then there’s this, which is just some incredible next level shit.
  • The newest devotee of the Church of the Red Athaeneum
    @Btwnthebolterandme via Twitter
    This is a cool conversion with some awesome green stuff work. Always impressed by people who can work the material into something that looks great.
  • A Cell-Shaded Gargant
    @ash_mcewan via Twitter
    We see a lot of think-lined, cross-hatched minis but I can’t recall seeing many with solid toon shading like these. It’s really cool and I can’t wait to see the final version.
  • An incredible Lord Kroak
    @bradglover_ via Twitter
    Kroak is already an imposing model but Brad has gone the extra mile here and made something ridiculously impressive. Cool shading on the flying debris, too.
  • Onionknight’s Uriel Ventris
    @knight_of_onion via Instagram
    Onionknight shows us that Uriel Ventris’ face is actually pretty fine when you paint it with an incredible level of detail. The rest of the model looks great, too.
  • Using old sprues for Ork Terrain
    u/BebopScorpo via r/Warhammer40k
    I have to admit this is an incredibly clever way to re-use old sprues for making Ork terrain. It’s a cool concept, and I’m sure there’s more you can do with it.
  • TheWarsinger shows off their custom C’Tan collection
    u/thewarsinger via r/Necrontyr
    If you haven’t seen the custom C’Tan minis made by the Warsinger, they’re some of the most incredible minis I’ve ever seen. They’re evocative and imaginative, and they do incredible things with green stuff and glue. In this post all thirty are shown.
  • Legend Studios’ Sons of Horus Praetor
    Legend Studios
    This is a relatively simple model but it’s got a stunning paint job with some nice effects and the Heresy-era Sons of Horus color scheme is one of my favorites.


This Week on Goonhammer

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

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