Licensed Art Portfolio

Licensed Art Portfolio

by Bob Ostrom Studio

 

Disney, Nickelodeon, Cartoon Network, when they need an artist to recreate their licensed characters they are looking for someone who can provide artwork that is flawlessly indistinguishable from the original. Early in my career I got my start in publishing by working with licensed characters.This is just a small collection of the many characters I worked with. Most are from the books but a few are from the toy and game companies I’ve worked with to help design their packaging .

Working on these types of licensed art projects became second nature after a while. Making sure that my style doesn’t show in the final project is not always easy but I always take extra time to see that my characters matched the view of the original creator. Although I don’t do licensed art exclusively anymore I still enjoy working with many of the same companies I did when I first began this type of work. If you have a licensed art property and you need an artist who understands creating art that’s always on model and delivered on time, give me a call I’d love to work with you.

For a more in depth look at what it’s like to work with licensed art properties please check out the following posts:

2 Comments

  1. Hi there,

    First off I love your ability to adapt your art work and how well you use perspective and expression. I stumbled upon yourself on YouTube with your shark illustrator demo. I am someone trained in animation in the uk whom wishes to illustrate as a living, my question is how do I get into licensed art projects? Your website has inspired me.
    Thanks for your time
    Adam chawro

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