Content We Liked: October 4, 2020

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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

  • WorshipTheVoid’s insane Valkyrie
    WorshipTheVoid via Reddit
    This is a beautiful model with an insane level of detail. Check out that interior.
  • Necron Canoptek Rampager
    Krakh via YouTube
    Check out Krakh’s great entry into the Necrontyr painting contest, the deadliest monster in the Necron arsenal.
  • Polk’s Mirkwood Rangers
    @polk.miniature.painter via Instagram
    We don’t get to showcase enough cool LotR minis so it’s awesome when we spot some great work like these Mirkwood rangers, led by Legolas.
  • Michal Teliga’s art
    @adembskibowden via Twitter
    ADB shares someone’s personal commission, featuring marines form his, Alan Bligh’s, and John French’s custom chapters.
  • Pegastyx’s Flamer Fanatic
    @pegastyx via Twitter
    I feel like we showcase work from Pegastyx on here every week, and with good reason. This is another super cool model.
  • Eric Festa’s White Scars Captain
    @Col_Festus via Twitter
    It’s always equal parts inspiring and disheartening when you see someone’s speed painting project turn out better than a lot of the pieces you put days into.
  • Tyrat’s Kastellans
    @Tyrat_VI via Twitter
    Tyrat has done an amazing job making these models visually interesting with some amazing gold freehand work that really transforms the models.
  • Simon Clarke’s Bladeguard Veterans
    @therelapser via Instagram
    Here’s another cool paintjob on some great models.
  • Trope Talk: Grimdark
    Overly Sarcastic Productions via YouTube
    Ever wondered where the term “grimdark” and the associated aesthetic came from and how it became so pervasive outside of 40k? Check out this video, which does a deep dive on the term and its origins and the impacts of grimdark on other media.

The Week on Goonhammer

Here’s what you may have missed this week on Goonhammer:

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 contact@goonhammer.com if you have any feedback or questions.

 

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