John Blanche is still art director for Games Workshop, and he does a pretty good job keeping everything cohesive, both in terms of models and art. The recent Vampire Counts book contained a lot of his work - it was controversial, being very messy and splatter-punk, almost like doodles, but with that Blancheian flair. I adored it. I think there's a tendency nowadays towards realism in RPG art (!), at least in the mainstream. I haven't seen much abstract work like Blanche or Miller's in a while. I also loved the line drawings in Shadows Over Bogenhafen, Power Behind the Throne and Something Rotten In Kislev, but again, I think this level of abstractness is no longer acceptable to people for some reason. Also, full-colour interiors look to be the norm for this new WFRP and for Fantasy Flight in general, which rules out the kind of wood-cuts and line drawings I like.
On the other hand, I'm quite happy with the art in this new edition. It's evocative and fantastic. I think I'm just an old tortoise who longs for the art that inspired me when I was a youth. Perhaps if I were 12 again and looking at this new edition, I'd attach the same sentiments to this art as I do to Miller and Blanche.
I ramble ... my apologies. That's a minute of your life you'll never get back!