Wolfblade

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

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Wolfblade


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Wolf Blade by William King Art by geoff Taylor - art by Geoff Taylor
Vlčí břit - William King by William King art by Geoff Taylor - art by Geoff Taylor
Wolfblade by William King art by Geoff Taylor - art by Geoff Taylor
Wolfblade by William King art by Geoff Taylor - art by Geoff Taylor
Wolfblade by William King art by Geoff Taylor - art by Geoff Taylor
Wolfblade by William King art by Geoff Taylor - art by Geoff Taylor
Warhammer - Волчий Клинок by William King art by Geoff Taylor - art by Geoff Taylor
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Description

Warhammer 40,000 Wolfblade by William King the artwork for the cover is by Geoff Taylor, here is Ragnar Blackmane with two other Space Wolves firing bolt guns and Ragnar is wielding a chain sword. Ragnar has Space Wolf insignia on his armour and on the breastplate a wolf skull and cross bones. The sky is yellow and orange with a huge megacity in the background. The three Space Wolves are running down a rocky slope chasing their foes.


Synopsis

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 Wolves if he is to save this noble dynasty and regain his honour!


Details

Availability

Year1
2003

Medium2
Acrylic on Artboard

Size approx.3
15x24 inches or 38x60 cm
Original (£500)

Availabe to Licence
No

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