I was not kidding when I mentioned that I was insanely busy with portrait orders. Here is another custom painted pet portrait for A client in North Carolina. When painting custom portraits it is always important to listen to a clients request. My client wanted to have this exact pose captured and was looking for a blue/green background.
I like to layer and build up texture gradually and I sneak in all sorts of colors that I find in the reflected lights. I believe it elevates the painting from ordinary to something very special, while still retaining the exact look of the pet,
When I take photos and post them on-line the detail is often not apparent unless I zoom in and leave the picture at high resolution. Well, I have to get back to painting again. If you like to learn more about how to order a similar portrait, click below for pricing.Quick View Pet Portraits - Dog Portraits from 74.99 Medium: Size: Quantity: Add To Cart
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