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
- An army of 2nd Edition style Primaris Ultramarines
@spacedcrusader via Twitter
I’m’a let you in on a little secret: An easy way to get noticed for CWL is to paint your army to look like a 2nd edition/early 90s ‘Eavy Metal studio paintjob. Anyways, these look great.
- Pegastyx’s Completed Armies on Parade Board
@pegastyx via Twitter
We talked about it last week but it’s worth checking in again to see the finished project.
- Codex Compliant: Catachans, 3rd Edition
Snipe and Wib via YouTube
The Codex Compliant duo talked about that time the Catachan Jungle Fighters got their own codex.
- Gen’s Amazing Carnifex
@GenPaints via Twitter
I love this paint job – the color combos and the detailing on the chitin are very striking and the composition of the piece is great.
- David Griffin’s Idoneth Deepkin Army on Parade
@NashofSigmar via Instagram
David has done an amazing job with this whole piece – the army looks great and the display board is fantastic.
- Tom Blackburn’s Primaris Chaplain on a Bike
@muddybrushpainting via Instagram
Tom’s Stormcrows Chaplain has some wonderful conversion details that really make him stand out and hint at a homebrew chapter dripping with flavor.
- Ultramarines Primaris Chaplain on Bike
@pixel_maskQRay via Twitter
This is just an incredible paint job of a very cool model.
- Legion of the Damned Primaris Chaplian on Bike
SPE825x via Imgur
The parade of Primaris Bike Chaplains continues! This is another sick model with some amazing flame and OSL effects.
- Aurélie’s Riptide Battlesuits@aurelie_schick via Twitter
This is a trio of wonderfully painted, magnetized Riptides in a scheme you just don’t see all that often. Aurélie does some great work and is a pro follow generally.
- Monday Fishy Canals Motivation
Chris Brown and Edwin Moriarty via TTCommunity
TTCommunity showed off our own Edwin “Lupe” Moriarty’s wonderful Carnevale models this week. If you missed our review of Carnevale, you can check it out here.
The Week on Goonhammer
Another busy week for us, loaded with great content.
- Goonhammer Competitive Tier List November 2020
By James “One_Wing” Grover and Robert “TheChirurgeon” Jones
In part 1 of our November/December meta analysis, Wings looked at the various factions of Warhammer 40k and sorted them into power tiers.
- Practice, Part 1 – Preparing for your first Tournaments
By Robert “TheChirurgeon” Jones and Liam Royle
In this week’s special Start Competing we look at how to practice
- The Myth of Motivation
By Adam “Loopy” Fasoldt
In this guest post, Adam talks about painting models and how he’s been able to accomplish painting so fast and so well.
- Review: The Genesys Project
We took a look at the Genesys Project, a game about building your own wargame faction and developing their narrative, which has a Kickstarter currently running.
- Grim Dawn: You Should Already Have Been Playing This
By Jonathan Bernhardt
In this week’s review, Bernhardt talked about action RPG Grim Dawn, a very strong entry in the genre.
- Getting Started: WW2 North Africa
The Historicals crew talked about how you can get started with games set in the North Africa theatre of war during World War 2, with several systems to consider.
- Necromunday: Feelin’ Left Out
In this week’s Necromunday roundtable, the hive gang talked about who you can do if your gang hasn’t gotten any cool new updates.
- Getting Started: Tyranids
By PierreTheMime and “Primaris” Kevin Genson
We take a look at how you can get started with the chittering faction and avoid assembling and painting 300 gaunts.
- Commander Focus: Kenrith, Death by Taxes
By Phillip B York
The Warlords talk about the new Open Engine War cards and the variety they bring to the game.
- Hammer of Math: Risk Management in Blood Bowl
By “Primaris” Kevin Genson
This week Kevin turned his mathy gaze to Blood Bowl, looking at how to manage and mitigate risk to help prevent inopportune turnovers.
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.