Thursday, May 24, 2007

Kudos!!

I'm still really busy right now, but I definitely wanted to give a big Mazel Tov and cogratulations to Chris Miller, Raman Hui, Aron Warner, Andrew Adamson, Jeffrey Katzenberg and to all of the great film-makers that helped make Shrek the Third a huge success (as if they're actually reading this blog...).

I like to think that it probably wouldn't have been such a big success without the big push my HarperCollins Children's books gave it...don't worry I'm just kidding. But if you're interested you can purchase these books via Amazon through the links on the right.


6 comments:

Blaze Rocket said...

I haven't gotten to see the movie yet, but it's definitely on my list of things to do. Did you do storyboarding for this one, or just the children's book?

UrbanBarbarian said...

Hey Steve! Wow! This is my first visit to your blog and it's an eye-full!!! The amount of work you've done and the variety really amazes me! Do you sleep...?

BTW, I have the Fire and Ice movie poster framed in my office!

Dj said...

plz add more X-M:E presentation art.I know there are a lot of them!

UrbanBarbarian said...

I also have those three Frazetta F&I Sculpted Busts too! Maybe I'm a bit of a fanboy...

SPJ said...

Hello Mr. Gordon long time reader first time poster. We exchanged emails a couple months ago, and messages on Drawingboard.org,

Anyway just thught I'd leave you a comment and tell you how much I appreciate your work. In my mind your one of the best action adventure charecter designers out there.

P.S Hope you don't mind that I added you to my new blog's list.

Steven E. Gordon said...

Blazerocket: I just worked on the children's books unfortunately. It looks like the film would've been fun to work on and it appears that it should generate a bonus for those he did work on it.

urbanbarbarian: I used to have the poster framed as well, but it fell and the broken glass damaged it. I'll have to get a new one someday - I think Ralph is selling them. I've got those busts stowed somewhere in a box somewhere...where'd you get a set?

DJ: I only have a limited amount of XM:E art that hasn't been displayed everywhere else yet, but every now and then I might break something out.

spj: good to hear from you again and thanks for the comps. Feel free to add me to your list.