Colored Pencil

Colored Pencil is a fussy, more detailed drawing but I use watercolor with it too. Customers are very satisfied as you can see Pearl here is studying her portrait.

There are differences between watercolor and pencil paintings, even though some might look the same. The main one is the material. I use fine Strathmore Bristol paper and wax or oil pencils. If you like the fine deliberate, detail in a portrait, it is more likely to happen with pencil and the artist, yours truly, spends much more time on them. Watercolors are a dance and they sometimes paint themselves! I often use watercolor pencils for detail for those. Both have qualities of their own. I have a helpful protocol page with a checklist of how best to order your painting and photograph your pet.

Of course if you know what you want, THE STORE Here you can pick out the available format and payment

8″ x 10″ (full figure), $100
11″ x 14″ (card stock) $125
8″ x 10″ (full figure), $100
11″ x 14″ (Two characters) $250
Two characters 11″x14″, $270 The toys are added props (background)=$350
One character, $125 + second character, $75 = $250

Here are a few with added size, characters and background.

16″ x 20″ Two characters, $360 + added interest (wings) $380
16″x 20″, $150, + background,$50 =$200
16″ x 20″ Two characters, $250+ background, $50 =$300