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
- Rylan Woodrow’s sweet art
@rylanwoodrow via Instagram
There was a lot of celebration around Games Workshop’s statement on racism and bigotry in the hobby last week, and Rylan’s line art is a sweet way to visualize the sentiment.
- Brutalworlds’ Knight of Shrouds
@BrutalWorlds via Twitter
This knight is just insanely cool and the blood effects from the cloak are stunning.
- Theempyrean’s House of Spades Assassin@theempyrean via Instagram
This is a very cool Death Jester conversion and the coloring/lighting on it are extremely cool and evoke a very Sin City feel.
- Chris Walton’s Art
@Cwalton73 via Twitter
Chris has been doing some very cool art this week around the “You will not be missed” messaging as well.
- Dicey June’s Artwork
@DiceyJune via Twitter
DiceyJune did some fantastic work last week to raise money for BLM charities by drawing avatars for anyone who donated to a BLM organization.
- Inkary’s Artwork
@Inkary_ via Twitter
Inkary has joined in on the above fundraising drive, ensuring that the avatars continue to flow in the name of a good cause.
- Ivan K’s Wonderful Plasma Guns
@ivan_tashun via Twitter
Those are some lovely plasma coils on those tempestus scions.
- Nikki Sullivan’s insanely pretty Blood Angels
@nikkikolls via Twitter
No joke when I first saw the thumbnail image for these models, I thought they were 3D renders. That’s how smooth and clean they are. Really great work.
- The Bone Herder has been funded
@Zlainer21 via Twitter
The Bone Herder is an Afropunk fantasy horror comic and we’re glad it got funded so quickly because we’re excited to read it!
- Flesh Tearers Brother Tejus Antros
@dolthar via Twitter
This is an amazing conversion of a Primaris Lieutenant with some incredible detail. The face is particularly gorgeous.
The Week on Goonhammer
This was a busy week as we digested content around 9th edition and Engine War.
- Start Competing: Malign Sorcery & Forbidden Power
By RagnarokAngel and Silks
We’re back on Age of Sigmar this week, covering the endless spells and magical upgrades presented in Malign Sorcery and Forbidden Power.
- How to Paint Everything: Aeronautica Imperialis
We’re looking at how to paint tiny plastic planes this week to go with the release of the Taros campaign.
- X-Wing: Flying Solo, Part 2 – Man vs. Machine
BuffaloChicken continued his writing on X-Wing, talking about the differences between the “AI” components in X-Wing’s solo play modes.
- Attack of the Bird-Men: Kroot Mercenaries Kill Team Tactics
This week we looked at how to build, play, and play against T’au Kill Teams.
- Hammer of Math: Engine War (Daemon Edition)
By Primaris Kevin Genson
This week Kevin’s diving into the rules around exalted greater daemons in Engine War, and looking at some of the more interesting math around them.
- Boardhammer: Azul: Stained Glass of Sintra
By Robert “TheChirurgeon” Jones
Rob accidentally bought the wrong version of Azul last time he went to his local game store, and so he’s reviewing a spin-off of Azul focused on decorating ornate stained glass windows.
- Geeing Started: Genestealer Cults
By Liam “Corrode” Royle
LIam dove into the Genestealer Cults and how to get started with them without buying two dozen Start Collecting boxes.
- Miniature Review: Satria Battlesuit by ZandrisIV Miniatures
By Mike Bettle-Shaffer
We’re reviewing miniatures from various ranges now and starting with ZandrisIV’s Satria Battlesuit, which ended up being pretty fun to paint and work.
- Necromunday: Criminal Alliances
By Dan “SexCannon” Boyd and Merton
The boys talk about the less savory alliances your gang can take on in Necromunda.
- Ruleshammer: Big Guns Never Tire
By Rob “Vre’kais” Chilton
Rob turns his focus to 9th edition this week, looking at the new Big Guns Never Tire rule and how it works when you want to declare multiple targets and shoot something outside of engagement range.
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.