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Steven Millership

Also Known As

  • Steve Millership
  • Stephen Millership

Game Credits

Art/Graphics

Diary Girl: Organize, Chat, Play Everyday (2008)   (Concept Art)
Top Trumps: Doctor Who (2008)   (Artists)
Richard Burns Rally (2004)   (Additional Gizmondo Artwork)
Looney Tunes: Back in Action (2003)   (Artists)
Rally Championship Xtreme (2001)   (Artwork)
Tiny Toon Adventures: Plucky's Big Adventure (2001)   (3D Modelling)
Star Trek: Invasion (2000)   (Graphics / Artwork)
Astérix: The Gallic War (1999)   (Art)
Disney's Beauty and the Beast: Belle's Q... (1993)   (Main Artists)
Disney's Beauty and the Beast: Roar of the Beast (1993)   (Additional Artists)
 


Developer Biography

After working in Graphic Design for many years Steve joined the Manchester based games company Software Creations in 1992 as a storyboard artist. This quickly lead to becoming an artist on MegaDrive games such as two Beauty and the Beast titles through to PlayStation 1 games.

In 1998 Steve moved to Sourcery to work on Asterix and then onto Warthog in 1999 to work on such titles as Star Trek: Invasion, Tom and Jerry and Tiny Toon Adventures: Plucky's Big Adventure for the PlayStation 1 and Looney Tunes: Back in Action, and Animaniacs: The Great Edgar Hunt (as lead Artist) for the PlayStation 2.

More recently Steve as enjoyed working on "old school" games such as POD: Point of Destruction, with Team 3 Games Limited. Steve has produced games for mobile phones and also enjoys illustration work for children's books.

Last updated: Aug 24, 2008