Elfslayer

This illustration by Geoff Taylor, was originally used on 'Elfslayer'

Original Art

Elfslayer


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Elfslayer a Warhammer book by Nathan Long - art by Geoff Taylor
Elfslayer a Warhammer book by Nathan Long - art by Geoff Taylor
Elfslayer a Warhammer book by Nathan Long - art by Geoff Taylor
Elfslayer a Warhammer book by Nathan Long - art by Geoff Taylor
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Description

In this Geoff Taylor painting for Warhammer a large Leviathan, an underwater creature resembling a dragon emerges from the rough sea, Gotrek, the dwarf berserker, with a red Mohican hair style with moustache and beard fights with a double headed axe and Felix Jaeger, with his sword are in a rowing boat fighting with a Dark Elf warrior who is perched on the back of the sea monster. There is a fortress city on the sea shore behind them.


Synopsis

Dwarf Trollslayer Gotrek and his human companion Felix Jaeger, Warhammer's most famous pair of heroes Gotrek and Felix reluctantly travel to Marienburg to fulfil a last request from Felix's dying Father, however a chance meeting with their old acquaintance Max Schreiber sends them in a different direction entirely and right into the heart of danger. The Imperial wizard has been sent north to investigate some disturbing magical phenomena off the northern coast of the Empire. Pretty soon, the heroic duo and their companions find themselves caught up in a new adventure, fighting for their lives against the dark elves!


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Year1
2008

Medium2
Acrylic on Artboard

Size approx.3
13x20 inches or 33x50 cm
Original
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