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.


Manslayer

Now back in the Empire following their sojourn overseas, Gotrek and Felix head north, to aid the men of the Empire in their fight against the invading Chaos hordes. Stopping off in Nuln, they meet up with dwarf engineer Malakai Makaisson, who is helping the Imperial war effort by transporting cannons to the frontline on his airship, the Spirit of Grugni. After a series of nasty accidents, it becomes clear that saboteurs are at work – can our heroes find the villains in time to save the day?

White Dwarf 184 - Warhammer Quest

Each hero comes from a different people. The Barbarian has traveled far from the savage north, a land of bitter cold and ferocious warriors. The Wizard hails from the cities of the Empire, the largest and most important of the realms of men. The Dwarf is drawn by the goldlust for which his race is famous. Dwarfs are grim and rather abrupt, but they are good fighters and loyal friends who remember debts of gratitude as readily as debts of coin. The Elf comes from the green woods of Loren where...

The Space Wolf Omnibus

Space Wolf, Ragnar's Claw and Grey Hunter, these three classic SF stories follow the adventures of Ragnar the Space Wolf, from his recruitment by the Space Marines on the savage world of Fenris to his aventures amongst the stars. Whether Ragnar and his friends are fighting orks, mutants, or the foul forces of Chaos, adventure is never far behind!

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.

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".

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.

Gotrek & Felix - Third Omnibus

Would-be poet Felix Jaeger accidentally signs up for a lifetime of adventure after swearing a drunken oath to the dwarf, Gotrek Gurnisson. The trollslayer is wandering through the Old World, seeking an honourable death in combat to redeem his honour. As the pair survive one adventure after another, with Gotrek vanquishing the most fearsome opponents, will Felix ever be able to fulfil his vow and return to a normal, peaceful life? This omnibus collects the three thrilling adventures of...

Gotrek & Felix - First Omnibus

The adventures of the Black Library's most famous characters are collected together into one great value omnibus edition! Dwarf trollslayer Gotrek Gurnisson has sworn to seek an honourable death in combat to atone for an unspoken personal disgrace. Chronicling his exploits is human poet Felix Jaeger, a fugitive from the authorities who only has to stay alive to tell the tale! Bringing together the first three novels in the series (Trollslayer, Skavenslayer and Daemonslayer), this omnibus...