Giantslayer

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

Original Art

Giantslayer


Detail Image(s)

Selecting these images will provide an enlargement, and more detail.

Giantslayer art by Geoff Taylor - art by Geoff Taylor


Cover(s)

Selecting these images will provide an enlargement. In some cases the images is of low quality, we hope to improve them when a better image is available. If you can help, or know another instance of the art's use, please contact us.

Giantslayer by William King - art by Geoff Taylor
Zabíječ obrů - William King - art by Geoff Taylor
Giantslayer by William King - art by Geoff Taylor
Giantslayer by William King - art by Geoff Taylor
Giantslayer by William King - art by Geoff Taylor
Giantslayer by William King - art by Geoff Taylor
Giantslayer by William King - art by Geoff Taylor
visual or concept for Giantslayer by Geoff Taylor - art by Geoff Taylor
Images © Games Workshop Limited 1991-2017

Description

Giantslayer painting by Geoff Taylor. Gotrek, a dwarf berserker, and Felix, his companion, together with High Elf Mage Teclis fight off Orks or Orcs and a Giant amidst ancient standing stones. A dark night sky lit by forked lightning. Gotrek has red hair in a Mohican style with moustache, beard and eye patch, he supports a richly embellished axe on his shoulder and has many tattoos. Felix and the High Elf have swords, and the Giant has a large club.


Synopsis

As the darkness gathers over the isle of Albion, foul creatures stalk the lands and the omens tell of a coming powerful enemy. Gotrek and Felix are compelled to fight the evil that terrorises the people before it can grow to threaten the whole world. With the aid of the high elf mage, Teclis, they must decipher and use the secrets of the Old Ones. Only then can they hope to vanquish the dark master.


Details

Availability

Year1
2003

Medium2
Acrylic on Artboard

Size approx.3
16x26 inches or 40x66 cm
Original
Sold

Availabe to Licence
No

Please Quote Ref: 480

1. Where possible the year shown is the actual creation year, though where this has not been available the first known publication date has been used for reference.
2. Sometimes the Medium is listed as Unknown. In most cases this is due to the original being lost or sold. With few records remaining,
3. The Size shown is approximate, +/-1 inch (2.5 cm). If the exact size of the image, and medium is required, please contact us.