Pet Portraits

Commission a beautifully hand drawn or painted portrait of your beloved companion! Created from your photos, a realistic colored pencil or watercolor portrait captures their unique personality in a work of art to be treasured always. The highest quality lightfast pencils or watercolor paints, and 100% cotton, chlorine, acid-free and archival paper are used. Prices shown are for one pet unless otherwise noted. FREE SHIPPING within the USA!

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Watercolor Pet Portrait
from 85.00

A custom watercolor portrait of your pet available in several sizes or inquire about custom sizes.

  • 5” x 7”- $85

  • 8" x 10" - $95

After purchasing, a link will be provided for you to email photos and any additional information about your pet. Please allow three to four weeks for production. When the progress photos are approved, the portrait will be shipped to you in a sturdy secure mailer.

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Colored Pencil Pet Portrait
from 250.00

A custom colored pencil portrait of your pet available in several sizes or inquire about custom sizes.

  • 6" x 8" - $250

  • 8" x 10" - $360

  • 9" x 12" - $495

  • 11” x 14” - $580

  • 12" x 16" - $725 (best size for one or two pets together)

  • 16” x 20” - $1200 (best size for up to three pets together)

After purchasing, a link will be provided for you to email photos and any additional information about your pet. Please allow three to four weeks for production. When the progress photos are approved, the portrait will be shipped to you in a sturdy secure mailer.

Size:
Quantity:
Add To Cart

Below you can see the steps in the progress of a portrait. You'll be able to follow along with the progress of your own portrait through regularly emailed or Instagram updates.


Photographing your pet

It's best to photograph your pet in natural light using a good camera that can capture clear high resolution photos. Avoid using the flash if possible. Sunlight is great for highlighting natural colors and movement in the fur, but also try to avoid over-exposed areas that may occur in direct sunlight.

Try to get as close as possible and photograph them at their eye level to avoid distortion. Use burst mode if available to capture a range of photos from which to choose the best representation of your pet's personality. 

Here are some more great tips on how to photograph your pet.


Jack 8x10", colored pencil

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Jade, 8x10", #coloredpencil #workinprogress

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Portrait of Roxy, 8"x10" #germanshepherd

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