Monday, January 11, 2010

Interview on ImagineFX

ImagineFX magazine has just posted an interview with me. Here's the link.


K. W. Broad said...

Great magazine, great interview!

The mention of a new Dinotopia book in the works made me want to jump out of my chair and shout for joy! Really looking forward to both projects you're working on :)

Andrés Carrandi said...

I second Broad's thought. That was really interesting to read! ;)

All the best with your projects. Oh, by the way, I also like McQuarrie quite a bit. May I ask what you think of John Howe's, Alan Lee's and Ted Nasmith's works? They are quite prominent, being Tolkien's standard illustrators.

Erik Bongers said...

Glad to read that there'll be a sequel to Imaginative Realism!
I'm sure this is because the first book is a huge success. That does deliver the boost to go on, doesn't it.

James Gurney said...

K.W. Broad--I should have explained that the first posted draft of the IFX interview included some material from a few years ago when I was working on Journey to Chandara (that was the Dinotopia book I said I was working on). Once I realized that that material could be misleading, I asked them to bring it up to date. Sorry, no Dinotopia book in the works at the moment!

bill said...

Never posted here before but I just had to say thanks for all the stuff. You have a great blog and I truly appreciate your generosity. I've enjoyed seeing you and your work explode over the years. My friend and old teacher James Christensen introduced me to your work a long time ago, I guess that kind of makes us old, and my world has been better since. This blog only makes it better. I'm not much of a comment guy because my typing skills suck but I always keep coming back. Could I put a link to your blog on mine?

James Gurney said...

Hey, Bill, thanks for posting, and good luck on that upcoming Alice in Wonderland Show at Gallery Nucleus. For those who don't know Bill Carman, he's a wonderful artist and teacher.

You can see his work at Seven Impossible Things and at .his own blog