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
- Spicy Sriracha Marines for the Spice God
CC-minis via r/Warhammer
- Iron Jawz Weapons Diagram@itazu3 via Twitter
I don’t know what this says but it’s a pretty cool diagram.
- Sean Harrison’s Custom T’au Bases
Sean Harrison via the Warhammer 40k – Terrain and more Facebook group
These T’au bases look great, and this is something I’d really like to see GW do more of.
- Modern Synthesist’s Tyrannocyte
@Mod_Synth via Twitter
This is some next level green stuff work and the idea is just aces. Can’t wait to see the finished project.
- Three Freaking Hours of How to Write for Warhammer
ADB’s Warring with Words Blog and the AoS Coach
Aaron Dembski-Bowden sat down with the AoS Coach this week to talk about writing for Warhammer in a lovely interview.
- I legit thought this was a 3d render test at first
@keigon52000jp via Twitter
This is such an insanely good paint job it tricked my eyes at first.
- Vman paints an Ork Eyeball
@VManPainting via Twitter
As someone who does eyes as just white dots, it’s always insane to me to see detail on this level for irises and pupils.
- Mr Wilson’s Ultramarines Intercessor
@TugWilson815 via Twitter
This is a really great bit of work. It’s bright and crisp and the weathering effects are nice.
- Kirioth’s Undead Alliance Hordes
@Kirioth via Twitter
Kirioth has done some amazing conversion work turning these alliance models into the shambling forces of Nagash.
The Week on Goonhammer
Another busy week – here’s some 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 3 — An Uneven Conclusion to the World of Assassination
By Jonathan Bernhardt
Bernhardt looked at Hitman 3 and how it caps off the series’ newest trilogy.
- Ruleshammer: Death Guard in 9th
By Rob “Vre’kais” Chilton
This week’s Ruleshammer covers the new Codex: Death Guard and some rules issues and topics that may come up from the book.
- A Review of Magic: The Gathering’s Kaldheim Expansion, Part 1 of 2: WUBRG
With the release of Kaldheim imminent, our Magic authors dug through the set to talk about what cards they’re excited about and the impact they’ll have on Commander.
- Warhammering on a Budget
By Various Authors
Some of our authors got together this week and talked about how to get into and continue your warhammer hobby if you’ve got to stick to a budget.
- Warlord Wednesdays: Warmaster Hot Take
By Various Authors
GW previewed the Warmaster last week and released the rules for it this week, and so the WW crew took to the lab to test out the new rules and offer some thoughts.
- Infinity Tactics: Template Weapons
This week we looked at template weapons in Infinity and tactics around getting the most out of Direct and Impact weapons.
- The Elder Scrolls: Call to Arms
Edwin reviews the Elder Scrolls: Call to Arms board game, which gives us a faithful recreation of Skyrim. But is that a good thing?
- Necromunday: Lost Zone Gang Comp and Recruiting
by Dan Boyd
Our Lost Zone content continues, this week talking about building gangs and recruiting new members and hangers-on.
- Hammer of Math: Pushing the Reactor in Adeptus Titanicus
By “Primaris” Kevin Genson
This week Kevin looked at Titanicus and the math behind pushing your reactor.
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.