Content We Liked: September 19, 2021

Credit: Robert "TheChirurgeon" JOnes

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 Aliens-inspired hive fleet
    u/Skeledance via Reddit
    Now we’ve come full circle, with a slick black hive fleet of Alien-inspired monstrosities.
  • A sick Festus conversion
    @studio_Erstwood via Twitter
    The original model was pretty neat but this new one made using the new Kruelboyz shaman absolutely rips. Wonderful use of greenstuff and the old resin model for consistency.
  • To Hell With Mondays
    @bakerbakerbaker via Twitter
    Why paint your van with a wizard when you can go Garfield instead?
  • Louise Sugden paints a big marine
    @Sughammer via Instagram
    If you haven’t been following along, Louise has been painting an absolutely amazing Rainbow Warrior and putting in lots of cool details like this arm monitor.
  • An amazing samurai(?) Nagash
    @Pro_Painted via Twitter
    I can absolutely see why this army won “coolest army.” What an amazing visual.
  • Midwinter Minis paints the first ever Terminator model for charity
    Midwinter Minis via YouTube
    This is a cool video painting one of the original three space marine terminator concept models.
  • A wonderful pair of massive squigs
    @MuseChick via Twitter
    These squigs look amazing and I’m excited to see the final mini. Great stuff.
  • Jared’s Nagash
    @JB_Minipainting via Twitter
    Another Nagash! This one is more traditional, but looks great, with some very clean blends and a dark aesthetic.
  • A Double-Sword Bladeguard
    @schach_paints via Instagram
    Double-sword Bladeguard are too cool not to be more common. Make this happen, hobbyists!

This Week on Goonhammer

 

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