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Thoughts on Illustration

Tom Froese
DesignArtsVisual Arts

Thoughts on Illustration is a bi-weekly podcast about Showing Up and Growing Up as a commercial artist. Join award-winning illustrator and top teacher, Mr. Tom Froese, as he shares valuable tips, insights, and reflections from his own experience as an illustrator. Tom wants to encourage his fellow creatives and help them get further on by sharing in a transparent, accessible way. If you are passionate about unlocking professional and personal creative fulfillment, you are invited to follow along as Tom does the same!


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4.9 out of 5 stars from 80 ratings
  • I’ve subscribed to receive a regular dose of inspiration from Tom

    I appreciate Tom’s thoughtful content. Not hype, but real and practical.

    Apple Podcasts
    Cre8tive Spark
    United States3 months ago
  • The best podcast for illustrators

    This is an excellent podcast! I listen to a lot, and this is the only one about illustration that specifically helps illustrators in practical ways. more

    Apple Podcasts
    Constance Hardbroom
    United Kingdom4 months ago
  • Amazing podcast

    So interesting for illustrators and freelancers and so calming! Would definitely recommend it <3

    Apple Podcasts
    United Kingdom9 months ago
  • Valuable Podcast

    I’ve been a fan of Tom’s work and classes for a long time. I enjoy listening to his thoughts on illustration in this podcast. The one about composition actually helped me prepare for a presentation of an illustration I had to do at work to higher-ups. I was nervous but his thoughts in that episode sparked some ideas that helped me plan and speak confidently. Thanks, Tom!

    Apple Podcasts
    United States9 months ago
  • Thoughtful

    Tom has a unique and thoughtful way of guiding the process of becoming a confident illustrator. I think this is because he isn’t just repeating talking points that he’s heard or read from other artists, but rather has great intuition and a lot of experience to bring to the table.

    Apple Podcasts
    United States9 months ago

Chart Rankings

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#57 United States/Arts/Design
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#21 United Kingdom/Arts/Design
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#22 Canada/Arts/Design
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#217 Canada/Arts
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#35 Germany/Arts/Design
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#74 France/Arts/Design

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