Bobby Rebholz was born and raised in Cincinnati, Ohio where he attended the world-renowned college of Design, Architecture, Art & Planning (DAAP) at the University of Cincinnati.  In 2007, he earned a B.S. in Design with a focus in transportation.  Even though industrial design was his focus, his passion has always been concept art.  For four years, Bobby taught design drawing classes at DAAP in the design department.  Currently, he is teaching visual art classes at the Co-Op Arts & Humanities Magnet High School in New Haven, Connecticut.

Bobby began drawing at the tender age of four, obsessing over dinosaurs and monster movies.  If it was scary, he drew it, and this hobby quickly turned into a way of life.  Movies have always played a big part in his artistic journey.  A few of the most influential films for him have been Aliens, Predator, and An American Werewolf in London, and his dream is to someday design creatures for the big screen.  For Bobby, drawing is more than just a hobby, and it is something that he takes very seriously.

As Bobby's career has evolved, two areas of focus have emerged: Concept art for games and movies, and a passion for teaching aspiring artists about drawing.  Finding new ways to connect these two has been a joy, and something he hopes to continue in the future.

Clients include: Mission Control Media, Fantasy Flight Games, 3D-Total, Andromeda Entertainment Inc, Zojoi, Subterranean Games

If you would like to get in touch with Bobby about freelance work, drawing tutorials, or other inquiries, please don't hesitate.


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