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
Artis Opus’s Sunset Doom Scythe
artisopus via Instagram
Drybrushing is one of those techniques that gets a bad rap from more established painters, when it’s really a versatile tool that can produce some seriously effective results with a little patience, the gorgeous blending on this Doom Scythe more than testament to that.
Max’s Models’ Fluorescent Tzeentchian Horde
@maxsmodels via Twitter
We love Tzeentch daemons that look like they’ve sprung right out of a blacklight poster and these are no exception. Particularly the iridescent Be’lakor tying every eye-watering colour of the army together in one.
Balint Kristof Varga’s Red Scorpions Characters
colourblind.painting via Instagram
Red Scorpions are one of those chapter schemes that runs the risk of looking a little bland with its primarily grey/black/white layout with only splashes of yellow and red for contrast. This isn’t the case here, with a beautifully blended slate-grey that surprisingly pops along with some interesting colour blocking for a loyalist Marine.
Maverick Nicolson’s Unfortunate White Scar
maverickpaint via Instagram
Ivan Srijemsi’s Kitbashed Berzerkers
ivan_srijemsi via Instagram
If there’s one small upside to the Khorne Berzerkers kit being literally old enough to buy booze and put a down payment on a house, it’s that it encourages some really creative alternatives by crafty hobbyists. These amalgamations of the newer Chaos Marine, Corpse Grinder and Khorne Bloodbound kits really strand on their own, with the Khorne Daemonkin-era paint scheme pushing them even further beyond.
A Different Ivan’s Grave Guard
paintsquig1980 via Instagram
Say what you want for square basing, but when you can get models to rank up neatly it really does look a treat, like these particularly spooky Grave Guard, rocking some glowing spectral eyes and the classic Empire Spearman lion shields.
A double whammy entry this week, with two different approaches for corrupting the Imperium’s angriest Emperor-botherer. The first an AoS-ification into a Mighty Lord of Khorne, complete with some Bloodbound lackies replacing the servitors and some beautiful sculpting work, the second one of the slickest NMM schemes we’ve seen for a strikingly imposing Iron Warriors Warsmith. We dig ’em both a lot!
This Week on Goonhammer
Kill Team Nachmund Reviews: It’s Elf Pirates vs Ancient Supersoldiers hours as we take a look at the newest Kill Team warzone box, with its brand new factions and all the trimmings.
–Unboxing Kill Team Nachmund
–Corsair Voidscarred Review
–Chaos Legionaries Review
Ruleshammer 40k- Codex Aeldari: Elf Bullshit is back on the rise and so Vre’kais is here to answer your questions about the new bumper Aeldari codex.
Tactics Shaman- Beasts of Chaos: The poor Beastman finally got a break recently with a White Dwarf article giving them a bunch of new toys to play with, with Joe breaking down how to make the most of your newly buffed goats.
Competitive Innovations- Fixing T’au and Custodes: You might have noticed recently that the 40k meta’s had a sudden, brutal takeover by two books in particular the past month. We’ve gathered a panel of experts (and Greg) to talk about the issue and how Games Workshop could solve the looming dominance of our Anime Overlords.
Noodlemunday Review- Bandai Cup Noodle: No other model kit matters any more. All hail the Gunpla Instant Ramen pot and its shrimp stickers.
New Year, New Armies- The Malifean 6th: Lupe returns with the first of their new Imperial Guard force, talking how to use historical influences to inform your armies and how best to paint a striking black scheme.
Turn Order- Oath: The Turn Order gang takes a look at the kingdom-building game Oath with its different levels of play.
Infinity Faction Focus- Ranmah Task Force: This week’s Infinity Faction Focus takes a look at Haqqislam’s clandestine Ranmah Task Force, and their weird thing for BMX fashion.
Beanith’s Crusade Ruleshammer: Beanith steps up to the anvil of the Narrative Forge to talk about their house rules for 40k Crusade and how they change the play experience.
Goonhammer Open UK- October 2022: The Goonhammer Open UK edition returns later this year, and tickets are on sale now. We had a blast last year and hope you can make it down to Nottingham for round 2!
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.