My name's Tom Frobish and I'm a Industrial Design student at RIT.
I kind of just scanned them all at once so there's no particular chronological order. Some are old and others are recent but here's my sketches. Critiques and thoughts would be greatly appreciated.
A quick 30 minute speedpainting with Bobby Chiu's Podcast
A Caracture of my Boston Terrier Rufus. I mostly did this as a tribute to Bobby Chiu's Death of a Teddy Bear. It's nowhere near as awesome but I learned a lot from it. Bobby Chiu's style really gave me a lot of inspiration and a very new look on digital paintings and watching his video's is the most inspiring this ever.
Some abstract thing I did while playing around with alchemy, I call it the landscape.
Just Playing around with Alchemy
Unfinished Summer Glau Portrait, I'll finish it someday. I learned a lot of things from the massive black video about portraits.
a 35-40 minute speed painting
A 2.5 hours speed painting
My first finished digital sketch: 3.5 hours
Daily Sketch group Smiley: 2 hours
Last edited by Tomahawk Monkey; September 3rd, 2013 at 12:40 PM.
Reason: New Drawing
Oh yeah definitely dude and thanks for the heads up. I totally understand where you're coming from on that, I've been doing people studies at school in between classes in my notebook and stuff.
Also on studies, do you mainly mean do a lot of life drawings in general? or to focus on certain aspects (like how light affects the hues and saturation of people as they go from florescent to sunlight and so on)?
i have worked with Tom in the past for several years involved in high level digital prototyping and design. Tom is a 'total package' when it comes to industrial art marketing, ergonomic/usefulness design, and is quite capable of creating almost anything on his own. His art work is phenomenal, insightful, and it sells! I wish the enterprise we worked together in were still in existence, but Tom has 'evolved' beyond that anyway. I have been a big fan of his art and workpieces...I look forward to him creating really cool (and useful) things for our society in the future! I really like the portrait works-reminds me of a cross between Syd Mead and Ralph Bakshi. S. Burkhart