Tom Oreb

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    Character stylist Tom Oreb standing in front of his styling concepts for 101 Dalmatians.

    This photo is printed in the new 9th issue of ANIMATION BLAST. More info about BLAST #9, including ordering details, can be found HERE.

    sakraft1, maraid, Niklas, rachel ⚡, and 8 other people added this photo to their favorites.

    1. jdgiotta 93 months ago | reply

      I've seen him carrying that brush a few times, any idea why? Sort of an inside joke I assume.

    2. wardomatic 93 months ago | reply

      It's interesting to finally see a clear photo of this lost legend! I'm digging the brush thing.

    3. BearSouffle 93 months ago | reply

      I think the brush was just him goofing around. If there was a story to the brush, none of the other artists remember it.

    4. SuperAdaptoid 93 months ago | reply

      That Cruella de Ville piece behind him is DYNAMITE!

    5. 2000 drawings 93 months ago | reply

      And that CAR too!

    6. BearSouffle 93 months ago | reply

      That Tom Oreb car appears in color in one of the recent editions of Christopher Finch's Art of Walt Disney. I don't remember if it's in both the '95 and '04 editions or only in one of them. And I printed the piece right below the incredible Cruella styling suggestion in Animation Blast 6. I might put it online if I can find the image.

    7. sakraft1 93 months ago | reply

      These are great! We would welcome them in the Analogue Animation Society pool:

    8. 2000 drawings 93 months ago | reply

      Hello Amid, I have Animation Blast 6 (Lost Legends), and I can't find these illustrations. Could you tell me the page?
      Muchas Gracias!

    9. BearSouffle 93 months ago | reply

      Ernesto - I don't have the magazine handy, but towards the end of the article is that big drawing of the man and woman (Tea on Fleet Street). In this photo, that drawing is below the Cruella DeVil concept. It's the only one in the mag.

    10. 2000 drawings 93 months ago | reply

      Sorry, Amid, I didn't read: "the piece right below"....
      Anyway it was great too meet this jewel-Blast-Oreb issue again.

    11. VOIR-66 65 months ago | reply

      he's my hero

    12. satoridork 62 months ago | reply

      Layout artists use these brushes to sweep away the eraser dust from their drawings..

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