Fangorn drew British covers/illustrations for the following books, all of which belong to/are related to Brian Jacques' Redwall series:
- Redwall Calendar 1995
- Redwall Diary 1996
- Redwall Tenth Anniversary Edition
- Mariel of Redwall
- Martin the Warrior
- The Bellmaker
- Outcast of Redwall
- The Pearls of Lutra
- The Long Patrol
- Marlfox (cover and illustrations)
- The Legend of Luke (cover and illustrations)
- Lord Brocktree (cover and illustrations)
- The Taggerung
Fangorn also contributed to the Redwall Map & Riddler and Redwall Friend & Foe
In the early 1990s, Fangorn provided art for Games Workshop, including the covers art of boxed games Advanced Space Crusade, the Space Hulk supplements Deathwing and Genestealer, and Battle for Armageddon, as well as the covers of several issues of White Dwarf Magazine. He also worked alongside Stan Nicholls creating the art for the David Gemmell Graphic Novels "Legend" and "Waylander".
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