Content We Liked: May 16, 2021

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

  • The Living Tomb
    u/Wanderlad via r/Warhammer40k
    This is a really cool conversion that combines the aesthetics of tomb kings with a 40k knight.
  • Max’s Insanely Cool Be’lakor
    @paintingsoule via Instagram
    This is easily the most impressive Be’lakor I’ve seen. Just absolutely stunning.
  • Archon Thyndrak and her Trueborn Kabalites
    u/Niarak via r/Drukhari

    This is wonderfully-painted squad with a well-executed, less common paint scheme for Drukhari.

  • 20 Wardens Done!
    u/wright_on_ via r/warhammer
    These Lumineths look great. Vibrant colors, cool bases, crisply painted. 10/10
  • Luke Brooks’ Krang
    @GingerByte90 via Twitter
    Luke did a great job on this chaos war stomper gargant. I particularly love the castle door shield.
  • Painting Sallies’ Custom Chapter
    @paintingSallies via Twitter
    These remind me of Celestial Lions. Great paintjob, super difficult yellow but it looks great. Very crisp.
  • Epic Eldar Guardians
    @Fragorn_Irik via Twitter
    I rarely come across Epic models so it’s really cool to be able to share some great craftsmanship on some very tiny models.
  • The Yellowest Army I’ve ever seen
    @Rman_RoR via Twitter
    That’s a lot of yellow. Looks great, though.
  • The Necron Walls and doors from Pariah Nexus
    @koukordy via Twitter
    Hey someone actually painted these. Lookin pretty good!
  • The Shrine-Eater
    @pegastyx via Twitter

    Another insanely cool, incredibly deranged conversion from Pegastyx.


The Week on Goonhammer

Another big week, chock full of great content for every game we cover.

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 if you have any feedback or questions.