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 the artwork Geoff has created for the covers of the White Dwarf gaming magazine, Black Library book cover art, and OTHER Workshop related artwork, select the option from the menu.


Fantasy Roleplay: A Grim World of Perilous Adventure

Explore the grim fantasy world of Warhammer first hand with the awesome new edition of the classic role playing game. The core rulebook contains all you need to play - sections on character generation, careers, combat, magic - both divine and sorcerous, and religion as well extensive background information on the dark world of Warhammer. Full details on how to run a game, as well as a complete introductory adventure are also included. Packed with artwork from the likes of Geoff Taylor, Jon...

Trollslayer

After fleeing the authorities in the Imperial city of Altdorf, writer Felix Jaeger swears a drunken oath to the dwarf Gotrek Gurnisson to record his death saga. In the cold light of day, Felix’s worst fears are confirmed as he learns that Gotrek is a Trollslayer. Their travels throw them into a string of extraordinary adventures as Felix tries to survive his companion’s destiny.

Wolfblade This Painting is for Sale

The ancient Navigator House of Belisarius has long been bound to the mighty Space Wolves as allies. In return for the means to navigate the treacherous warp, the Space Wolves provide an honour guard of elite warriors - the Wolfblade - to protect the House. When Ragnar takes up his duties on ancient Terra he soon becomes embroiled in an assassination plot that reaches into the very depths of Imperium! Unused to the delicate political machinations, Ragnar must resort to the howling fury of the...

Grey Hunter This Painting is for Sale

White Dwarf 220 Tears of Isha This Painting is for Sale

The premise for the campaign is that two brothers have become estranged. The younger brother was chosen as the successor to the estate by their father, and the older brother fled to the Dark Elves, where he was taken in. Now, the older has returned with a Dark Elf army to exact vengeance upon his brother. Each of the brothers holds a sword that contains a Tear of Isha, and whoever holds both tears wins the campaign

White Dwarf 171 Eldar

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".