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
- Kitbashing a Fleshmower with a pair of drywall sinks
u/Dice4theDiceGod via r/Deathguard40k
This is a really clever conversion trick that makes it easy to convert Dark Imperium Bloat Drones to something a little more useful.
- Four Years of Progress
@Thelittlesteldar via Instagram
Comparing your painted models to efforts years ago tends to be pretty satisfying and a great way to feel better about what you’ve accomplished
- Scratch-built Chaos Knight of Nurgle
u/theWarsinger via r/Warhammer40k
For a first attempt, it’s pretty dope. Lot of cool work put in here with hot glue. Very gross. 7/7
- Grumpy Old Orknids
@knifesquid via Twitter
I feel like this is a joke that I’m not in on, but these are still pretty funny to look at
- Me-U’s CAT-AT
@MeU_317 via Twitter
OK this on the other hand is a joke everyone can get in on. I’m always here for these cat models.
- VictorQ’s Imagifier
@VictorQuesRamos via Twitter
We don’t showcase enough Sisters of Battle models. This is a beautiful model with an interesting, less traditional paint scheme.
- Building Necromunda Terrain out of junk
@paintmonger via Twitter
This is a great thread with a lot of cool ideas and examples of how you can turn stuff lying around your house into striking terrain.
- Venerable Brother Brutus
@zeilimeili via Twitter
This is a lovely redemptor dreadnought with some fantastic shading work on the armor plates.
- RookieBrushes’ Pathfinders
@Rookiebrushes via Twitter
I don’t know if Pathfinders are the best value in 40k (though they’re definitely up there), but these are certainly lovely.
- Antonio Pulvirenti’s Custode is not what it seems
@olthar via Instagram
Normally I’m not a huge fan of the Alpha Legion decloaking effect but Antonio has done a fantastic job painting it here.
- THE SHAKES – How I Overcome hand tremors while painting
Black Magic Craft via YouTube
If you struggle with shaky hands while painting, this is a good tutorial to check out.
- A pair of Lamenters Impulsors
@BinxPaints via Twitter
I swear the Lamenters were invented by the GW staff on a dare to create the most obnoxious scheme to paint. I have nothing but insane respect for anyone who does a full army of them. These are lovely.
The Week on Goonhammer
Lots of great content this week – let’s look back on some of our favorites.
- The Medium: Neither Rare Nor Well-Done
By Jonathan Bernhardt
This week Bernhardt reviewed the cerebral horror game The Medium.
- How to Paint Everything: Craftworlds Eldar
By Various Authors
In this week’s How to Paint Everything series, we looked at how to paint Eldar warriors from each craftworld.
- The Tactics Shaman: Tackling Ironjawz
In our new regular Age of Sigmar column, JoeK helps out a struggling Ironjawz player trying to take on his friend’s Seraphon.
- Commander Focus: Uro, Never Not Banned
By Phillip York
Uro may be banned in every other format, but in Commander he’s still fair game to build around.
- Competitive Innovations in 9th: Ten Units to Watch
By James “One_Wing” Grover
This week saw a lull in events, so James talked about ten units that we’ll likely be seeing more of in 40k in the near future.
- Warlord Wednesdays: Legion Focus – Legio Tritonis
By Various Authors
The Warlord Wednesdays crew continue their exhaustive coverage of the game’s legios with Legio Tritonis.
- Marvel Crisis Protocol: The Five Most Underused Tactics Cards
This week we looked at five tactics cards that deserve *slightly* more use than they get.
- Goonhammer Historical: Pickett’s Charge Review
By the Goonhammer Historicals crew
Our coverage of ACW games continues, this week looking at Pickett’s Charge.
- Nigerian Board Games – Igure Table Soccer & NIBCARD Games
by Raf Cordero
It’s Black History Month and all month long we’re looking at board games from black creators. This week Raf is looking at some Nigerian board games.
- Infinity Tactics: Timfinity II Tournament Report
Thanqol is back form a stellar 3-0 performance at another tournament and sharing his thoughts on the event and competitive play.
- Hammer of Math: Transhuman Physiology and Gene-wrought Might
By “Primaris” Kevin Genson
This week Kevin looked at some marine rules, looking at the impacts of transhuman physiology on toughness and gene-wrought might on attacks.
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 email@example.com if you have any feedback or questions.