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
- First Terrain Pour on a Canal
Parocca via r/Warhammer40k
I’ve always found watching resin pours on terrain is always strangely satisfying.
- Squidmar’s Professional Painting Secrets
Squidmar Miniatures via YouTube
In this Masterclass video, Squidmar shares all the secrets of the universe as they relate to painting beautiful models.
- Tim Howard’s Mandalogryn
@turtletimbo via Insatgram
This is a sweet conversion with lots of cool bits and it’s exactly what it sounds like. This is the way.
- Biffer Bill
James Ewing via Necromunda Worldwide Facebook Group
This is an incredible conversion with some seriously impressive green stuff work.
- Richard’s War Griffin Titan
@Daemonrich via Twitter
I’m always here for sweet titans. I love the weathering on this bad boy.
- Some amazing brush marble work on a Legio Sinister Warlord Titan
@lillegendstudio via Twitter
MORE TITANS! I’m a big fan of the brushed marblework on this titan, creating a very striking effect.
- An incredible Dead Blood Angel diorama
underthesign via r/Warhammer40k
This is a really cool diorama loaded with atmosphere and some cool lighting effects.
- An incredible jungle landscape
@iwouldlike2rage via Twitter
This is an extremely cool terrain project and it’s a dangerous thing for me to look at because I’m already thinking about how I’d replicate it. Just lovely.
- Grizzlypaints’ Berserkers for the Claws of Ursus
@aidan_mee via Twitter
These are some sweet conversions of roided-up madmen with some great green stuff work.
The Week on Goonhammer
Another busy week, chock full of great Death Guard content (check out our round-up for that). Here’s some other stuff you might have missed:
- The 2021 Las Vegas NOpen Preview Coverage
By James “One_Wing” Grover
The NOpen is a collaboration by many prominent content creators in the 40k space to replace some of the excitement of the year’s biggest event. Wings has been covering all of the lists that will be in the event and our competitive panel have been voting on the outcomes.
- Hitman and Hitman 2 — Soon to Be a Trilogy of Assassination
By Jonathan Bernhardt
With Hitman 3 now out, Bernhardt took a look back at the game’s two predecessors and how they set the stage for the new game.
- It’s Assemblin’ Time, My X-Men! – A Guide to Affiliations in Marvel Crisis Protocol
Crisis Protocol Coverage continues! This week Plastic Craic talked about the top 5 expansions to the game and where to go next after you’ve gotten started.
- Start Competing: Sylvaneth
We took a deep look at the Sylvaneth faction, what makes them tick, and how their competitive lists look.
- Lost Crusade: The Goonhammer Review
Silks reviews Lost Crusade, the newest F2P mobile game set in the 40k universe.
- Warlord Wednesdays: Mordaxis vs Honorum
By Various Authors
Another battle report from the WW crew this week, as Condit and Bair threw down.
- Infinity N4 FAQ 1.0: The Goonhammer Hot Take
By Alfredo Ramirez and Edwin “Lupe” Moriarty
The release of N4 has made for a very exciting time to be an Infinity player, assuming you’re into playing virtually over TTS. The first FAQ for the N4 rules dropped this week, and we took a look at the changes and how they affect play.
- Into the Funkoverse! A Skirmish Delight Fueled by the Universe Mixups of your Wildest Dreams
by Raf Cordero
Raf reviews Into the Funkoverse, a game that finally lets you do something with the shelves of Funkpops you’ve had sitting around in boxes for the last ten years.
- Necromunday: Components and the Weaponsmith
by Dan Boyd
Our Lost Zone content continues, this week talking about finding and making new gear.
- Hammer of Math: Infinity Face Off Rolls
By “Primaris” Kevin Genson
This week Kevin turned his eye toward Infinity, talking about the math behind face-off rolls.
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 firstname.lastname@example.org if you have any feedback or questions.