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
Eliot’s Scratch-built Helm’s Deep board
painting_in_arda via Instagram
Building a display board of any kind from scratch is already an impressive feat, but a screen accurate recreation of Helm’s Deep? That’s a whole new level. Can’t wait to see this thing finished in its full glory.
Also brb gonna go binge the Two Towers DVD set like it’s 2004 again.
Zoë’s Warboss ‘Elbrorkt
@TankpotZoe via Twitter
Oh how the tables have turned Beakies! This is an inspired little conversion that’s gonna look an absolute delight squaring off against its Marine counterpart.
Witcho Studio’s Jojo’s Bizarre Adventures inspired Harlequin Troupe
witcho_studio via Instagram
If there was ever an anime series more befitting for basing a Harlequin scheme on, it would absolutely be Jojo’s, and Witch Studio nails the distinct looks of Part 5’s protagonists perfectly on these ever-classic RT-era space clowns.
Scriv’s 54th Massachusetts Infantry Regiment
scriv via Scrivsland blog
We need to feature more Historicals on these round-ups because the levels of hobby in those circles is intense and in much need of recognition.
Hendarion’s Freehanded Eldar Gunshield
@hendarion via Twitter
Goddamn it Hendarion’s on their bullshit again. The amount of patience and pression to achieve that sort of pseudo-3D design at that scale is insane and we salute them for it.
AoS Shorts’ General’s Handbook 2020 3.0 Conversion
AoS Shorts via AoS Shorts blog
AOS Shorts put out a packet of missions from General’s Handbook 2020 converted to 3.0 rule sensibilities, due to not many in the AoS community getting to play them due to the COVID pandemic. Very professionally made and nice for some variety.
This Week on Goonhammer
Goonhammer Open UK 2022– After the success of the inaugural event last year, we’re proud to announce that not only will the GHO UK be returning, but it’s coming back bigger and badder, with two 40k Grand Tournaments and a Adeptus Titanicus Narrative event to boot.
Nachmund Faction Focuses- The first of the new-style of Competitive 40k seasons is underway and we’re gonna be running down some hot takes on each faction’s early outlook over the next couple of weeks.
New Year, New Armies: An Exercise in Foolishness– Local Hobby Wizard Lupe lays out their ambitious plan to build and paint a full army for each of the three mainline Games Workshop game systems.
Competitive Innovations: Crossing the Gauntlet– The 2022 40k season is underway and James is here to look at the last round of tournaments before the looming Anime spectre of the new T’au book comes into play.
Turn Order: Voyages, A Roll-and-Write Odyssey– Turn Order returns with a shining endorsement of the fascinating sounding Voyages.
Warlord Wednesdays: Titanica Infernus– Y’know what’s cooler than a giant robot? A giant robot with a demon shoved inside it that’s growing teeth out of its… everything.
AoS Faction Focus: Orruk Warclans– Now that the Dominion dust has settled, RagnarokAngel takes a closer eye at the Orruk clans Battletome and their new posterboyz, the Kruleboyz.
Aeronautica Imperialis Companion: Your Trusty Expansion– Thundercloud takes a look at the new rules compilation for AI, featuring all the new Necron and Eldar toys, and more besides.
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 email@example.com if you have any feedback or questions.