SpeedpaintPosted by Tom Fritzson Wed, June 01, 2011 11:33:56
So I joind the speedpaint sessions at work. 20 min.
IllusionsPosted by Tom Fritzson Fri, June 04, 2010 13:46:30
Here I tried to paint the girl in such pose that from a distance it appears that there's an old man's face.
WomenPosted by Tom Fritzson Tue, April 20, 2010 12:36:26
Here's a painting I just finished after an old sketch I had.
Originally the idea was simple, just a high heel shoe with a gun instead of a heel.
Then I thought: who'd wear that, and then it grew into something a bit more detailed and time consuming than I would've thought.
The shoe took a little step away from attention and perhaps not noticeable at first, but I like that.
EroticPosted by Tom Fritzson Tue, March 30, 2010 14:57:18
I was sketching around the idea that the contour of a body could be the same as the contour of a face, or two faces in this case with the body connecting them.
The result became this erotic dreamy image.
It was fun experimenting with different brushes and texturing and I like the rough brushstrokes which I think fit the image.
FantasyPosted by Tom Fritzson Thu, March 25, 2010 17:43:39
Inspired by my son who was born with too high heartbeat.
Perhaps it's Amor with a modern weapon instead of a bow; higher firing rate, spreading love faster :)
or a guardian angel ready to fight for my son.
SurrealPosted by Tom Fritzson Mon, March 22, 2010 11:45:14
I always thought of myself as the kind of arist that didn't paint much from emotion, that I'd just get a random idea and go with it, but that's not always true.
I got this idea shortly after one of my best friends passed away.
It may look depressing, but I really like it. And knowing my old friend, he would've liked it too.
Now that I think of him, I don't think about death anymore. I think of someone who lived his life fully, the way he wanted.
Here's to Mandrak, the only man who could out-drink me :)
PortraitsPosted by Tom Fritzson Fri, March 19, 2010 15:09:05
Here's a painting I made for my wife as a present for our wedding.
In my proffesional work I always keep the deadlines, but my personal work can sure take it's time. This was one of the first digital paintings I actually finished. I was struggling to get it done on time, and it was kind of an important deadline ;)
I've never seen such a beautiful woman, filled with tears of happiness :)
CaricaturesPosted by Tom Fritzson Mon, March 15, 2010 09:37:26
Caricatures is not something I do very often, but sometimes just for fun.
Here's Lemmy Kilmister from Motörhead, and he's a real character :)
It was a lot more work on this than I originally thought, especially on the bass, which I wanted to make quite accurately.
I was really into playing bass for a while, so I made this image and bought 2 basses (because it's not enough with just one you know ;))