Games Workshop

Games Workshop is possibly the largest role-playing games company in the world, and Geoff has worked as a freelance artist with them, and the Black Library, since 1991.

To see some of the artwork Geoff has created for the covers of the White Dwarf gaming magazine, Black Library book cover art, and Other Games related artwork, select from the menu.


White Dwarf 169 Space Wolves This Painting is for Sale

White Dwarf Magazine number 169.

The World of Warhammer This Painting is for Sale

Games Workshop The World of Warhammer The Official illustrated Guide to the Fantasy World. Written by Richard Wolfrik Galland, includes many illustrations of artwork by Geoff Taylor. Published by Carlton Books.

Beastslayer

Storm clouds gather over the icy city of Praag as Gotrek & Felix stand against the raveging hordes of Chaos.

Dragonslayer This Painting is for Sale

Gotrek & Felix are back aboard an arcane dwarf airship in search of a horde of gold – and its deadly guardian.

Orcslayer

Gotrek & Felix arrive back to the southern coast of the Old World to discover that the orcs are running rampant. With the Empire’s armies desperately fighting off a major Chaos invasion further inland, the lands are laid bare. To honour an ancient pledge, Gotrek agrees to help a dwarf prince reclaim his hold from the savage greenskin invaders who have overrun it, but the intrepid heroes find more than they bargain for in the cold depths of the mountains.

White Dwarf 176 Talisman This Painting is for Sale

Talisman. The third edition of one of Games Workshop's most popular board games. Enter a world of fantastic heroic adventure, where magic really works and monsters roam the land. You are an adventurer on a quest to retrieve the fabled Crown of Command from its fearsome guardian, the Dragon King. You must find one of the Magic Talismans that will allow you to enter the Dragon King's lair and then defeat him in mortal combat. On your quest you will encounter powerful enemies, discover...

White Dwarf 171 Eldar This Painting is for Sale

The name "Eldar" comes from J.R.R. Tolkien's elves, who in their own language were called "the Eldar". The history of the Eldar in Warhammer 40,000 mimics that of Tolkien's elves, to the point that they are a "dwindling race" in the game universe, as the elves were in Middle-earth's Third Age. Incidentally, GW has actually copyrighted the term "Eldar".