Inferno! Tales of Fantasy and Adventure

This illustration by Geoff Taylor, was originally used on 'Inferno! Tales of Fantasy and Adventure'

Original Art

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Inferno! Tales of Fantasy and Adventure


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Inferno! Magazine Number 2 - Orion cover  - art by Geoff Taylor
Games Workshop - Orion Bookmark  - art by Geoff Taylor
Images © Games Workshop Limited 1991-2017

Description

This Games Workshop painting of Wood Elf Orion, King of the Woods by Geoff Taylor features Orion the consort-king of Athel Loren. A terrifying being of majesty and power. He stands over ten feet tall, green skinned with barely contained anger. He has antlers like a red deer. Elves and forest spirits are overcome by the primal urge to join his wild rampage. He caries a staff with a spearhead in the shape of an orb which is magical and shines with power. Alongside him run wolf hounds.


Synopsis

Inferno! Tales of Fantasy and Adventure(originally Carnage) was a bi-monthly magazine published from 1997 to 2004 by Games Workshop's publishing division, Black Library, which was initially just the name of the team brought together to work on Inferno!. It presented fiction, artwork, and comics set in the fictional universe's of Games Workshop's fantasy and science fiction games. These initially included Warhammer Fantasy Battle, Warhammer 40,000, and Necromunda, and later added the Mordheim and Gorkamorka settings.


Details

Availability

Year1
1997

Medium2
Acrylic on Artboard

Size approx.3
17x23 inches or 43x58 cm
Original (£1400)

Availabe to Licence
No

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