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  1. #1
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    Games Workshop looking for PAST artists

    This is a crosspost from IllustrationNet, with the official link at the bottom. If you are one of these artists or know one, please do what you can to get them informed. I deleted the one artist I am in contact with, Carl Critchlow, I am not sure about any of the others.

    ORIGINALLY POSTED on the G.W. UK site:


    Are you an artist who at one time or another worked for Games
    Workshop? Might we be in possession of pieces of art you worked on?

    The Games Workshop Archive Department is currently attempting to
    contact artists who no longer work for us, but have produced work for
    us in their own right, or contributed towards individual pieces, in
    order to return their works of art.

    If your name is listed below, chances are we have one or more pieces
    of your artwork that we'd like to return to you. The amount of
    material varies significantly according to artist - from single items,
    into the hundreds!

    To retrieve your works of art, please respond by email, no later than
    Friday 29th July, to:

    Sharon Cooke
    Archive Manager

    We are trying to contact the following:

    Tony Ackland
    Chris Baker
    Nick Bibby
    Paul Bonner
    Christopher Bristow
    Tim Brunt
    Paul Campbell
    Gary Chalk
    Richard Cobbold
    Nick Coleman
    Mark Cordory
    Mark Craven
    Simon Croslate

    Tim Curry
    Bill Donaghue
    Wayne England
    Brett Ewins
    Carlos Ezquerra
    Angus Fieldhouse
    Jon Gletoran
    Paul Green
    Des Hanley
    Gary Harrod
    Kevin Hopgood
    Tony Hough
    Colin Howard
    Steve Hutton

    Tony Hynes
    Pete Knifton
    Robert Lingwood
    Tony Masero
    Tim Maunder
    Martin McKenna
    Pat Mills
    R Mohr
    Bob Naismith
    Russ Nicolson
    Kevin O'Neil
    Martin Perrott
    Dave Pugh
    John Sibbick

    Jamie Simms
    Paul Smith
    Duncan Storr
    Phil Stouin
    Steve Tappin
    Bill Thornhill
    Kevin Walker
    Don Wazejewski
    John Wigley
    Nik Williams
    Richard Wright

    The original link:

    Sans la colère. Sans la haine. Et sans la pitié.

    I always find myself instinctively arrayed on the side of the barbarian, against the powers of organized civilization. -- Robert E. Howard

    Writer, illustrator and artist.

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  3. #2
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    Jun 2003
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    /geek_mode 1

    yeah, they're revisiting a lot of the game rulebooks and codices. and new models and stuff. the artists who've done work for them are probably more knowledgeable of the well-established histories of these things. newer artists just... might not 'get it' in terms of how everything shown in the art is very precise and like, really deeply rooted in years and years of fictional timelines and histories and worlds and stuff.

    /geek_mode 0

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