News from the Warren!
This portrait of Bella and Tess (chocolate and black labradors) was for one of Claire from Jets Doggy Care Centre's customers. I really enjoyed this one as there's so much character in their faces! I drew them from two separate photographs so I just had to make sure that they were the right sizes! Claire asked me to draw the portrait as a small portrait sketch - it took around five hours and I finished it off with an off-white textured mount.
The adorable and fluffy Hadley and Hudson were commissioned by Claire at Jets Doggy Day Care who wanted another Christmas gift for a customer. Claire managed to send me a photo of the two brothers together so I just moved them a bit closer to one another and improvised on Hadley's tail in order to get them to fit into the smaller portrait size. I was really pleased with how they turned out. They took around five hours to complete.
I drew George and Ozzy for Claire from Jets Doggy Day Care - it was another Christmas gift for one of her customers. I love the photo she gave me - George and Ozzy are so different and their individual characters really shine through! I did the drawing as a small portrait sketch and it took around four and a half hours to complete. The off-white textured mount finishes it off really nicely I think.
I drew the gorgeous Max and Milo as another small charcoal sketch and it was a Christmas present for one of Claire at Jets Doggy Day Care's customers. They're both very pale in colour so I used mostly light and medium charcoal with just a bit of dark charcoal to bring out the detail in their eyes and noses and add a bit of depth to the portrait. They were mounted in the textured off-white mount which I think looks really smart. See the portrait developing in the video below:
I drew Lola the Weimaraner for Claire at Jets Doggy Day Care who wanted Christmas gifts for her best customers. Claire gave me a fantastic photo of Lola on her walk - I love the expression on her face and she was so much fun to draw. She was drawn as one of my new small portrait sketches and mounted in an off-white textured mount which looks really smart. This is the portrait progressing: