The Bobby O Super Blog!
Does anyone out there still have a printed portfolio? I think the last time I showed mine I was wearing a leisure suit and a pair of earth shoes (sorry kids, you have to be over 40 to get that joke). Turns out a printed portfolio is one of those things that come in really handy at an event like an SCBWI conference. Who knew? Looks like I’m gong to have to add it to […]Continue reading
Cartoon Logo Design by Bob Ostrom Studio Here is a quick look at a little cartoon logo project I did for my good friends at Rock and Lou’s Pizza. If you happen to live in southern California keep a look out for this truck and be sure to tell them that Bob sent you. Happy motoring!!!Continue reading
SCBWI Fall Conference Hey did I tell you guys I’m going to be at the 22nd annual SCBWI fall conference of the Carolina’s this year? Yup, I’m gearing up to step out of the office and spend a couple of days down in Charlotte this September. Not only am I attending the event but I’ll be speaking and reviewing portfolios as well. How’s that for following up on my pledge to get out of the […]Continue reading
Summer Vacation! Hope everyone is having a great summer! Last week I headed down to the beach here in North Carolina for a short little summer vacation. Unfortunately it rained harder than I’ve ever seen it rain. It was one of those rains where you think it can’t possibly rain any harder but then it does….all day. Just as we checked into the hotel it started let up. The sun popped out for about an […]Continue reading
From the Blue Sky Folder – Wonder Woman in Adobe Illustrator CC 2014 by Bob Ostrom StudioContinue reading
The Blue Sky Folder Deep in the archives of my computer there is a small beacon of light that shines brightly through the darkness. It’s called the Blue Sky Folder. Inside is a collection of sketches, experiments, new styles, new techniques, story concepts and a bunch of projects in various stages of completion. This folder is basically a resting place for all the ideas that rattle around inside my head long enough for me to […]Continue reading