Content We Liked: October 10, 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

  • Pumpkin Perfection
    @manoghosts via Twitter
    It’s decorative gourd season! and this Junji Ito-inspired pumpkin is my favorite one so far.
  • A Creepy Yndrasta Conversion
    @theempyrean_ via Twitter
    Not sure what the final piece is going to look like, but this looks like a rad project to watch. Those hands on the face are pretty creepy.
  • David Bernadet’s Warmaster Army
    @dahouilish via Instagram
    David’s done a wonderful job painting lots of tiny Bretonnians.
  • Jon’s Cosmic Horror Megagargants/Knights
    @kirioth via Twitter
    This is a very cool idea – having your megagargants double as chaos knights – and the project is shaping up to be cool as hell. Worth following.
  • Some cool Carnevale Frog Monsters
    @mafh612 via Instagram
    We don’t showcase enough cool Carnevale stuff here. These frogmen monsters are very cool.
  • A Squats 40k Army
    @Squat40k via Twitter
    Always cool to see some full-scale army conversions for Squats, even if it does feel wrong to run them with Ork rules.
  • Hendarion paints an amazing old Harlequin
    @Hendarion via Twitter
    I love it when people take old minis and give them incredible new paint jobs. This Harlequin from 1988 looks amazing.
  • Mal’Androth, the Angel of Slaughter
    @wubswammers via Instagram
    This is a super cool and gruesome Khorne Daemon Prince conversion. Just great stuff.
  • A Megagargant Mowing the Lawn
    @flynnhammer via Instagram
    This is a really fun idea and a great conversion for the deathroller. Surprised this is the first time we’ve seen it, honestly.


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