Philip Sibbering

Gallery Index

Early Works

Dark Angel Terminator

This is a collection of my art from many moons ago. They are originally rendered with Liquitex acrylic on Frisk CS artboard and later tarted up on my first computer. The first two are some of the test pieces I sent to Games Workshop when I was first starting out, before I received my first commission from the Black Library. I sent a lot of art to Games Workshop over the years, and took many a portfolio up to Games Day. It was great fun, and I gained a lot of advice from the design studio, which was worth it's weight in gold.

Early Works Gallery

Black Library

Greater Daemon of Tzeentch

I have done a few covers for Black Library over the years and even one for the Black Flame (Strontium Dog) covering mostly Warhammer 40,000 material. My favourite out of all of them is the one I had most freedom on; the Greater Daemon of Tzeentch (which for some reason all women who have viewed it seem assume it is Dragon? perhaps a similar vibe to Blake's Red Dragon?). Looking back through my covers is like looking back in time, from my early painting style to the latest computer generated imagery (which I wanted to use for a comic - but that's another story!).

Black Library Gallery



These are a collection of images I have produced for the French publisher Galerie Daniel Maghen, a cute little Draklodyte (well it's not that 'little' it's about the size of a silverback gorilla!). Also makes a noice little Warhammer Fantasy beastie!

Fantasy Gallery


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