Transform your furry friend into a unique hand-drawn portrait.
Send us your favourite photos, and we will convert them into fabulous watercolour and pencil drawing for your home.
What you need to do:
- Capture your pet.
- Send us your snap.
- Wait for the postie to deliver your work of art.
What we do:
- We take each photo and draw it using watercolour and pencils.
- Every pet is different, so we take the time to pick out your pet’s best features.
- We will send you progress photos of your portrait.
We aim to:
- Bring out the personality of your pet.
- Produce a quality work of art that you will treasure forever.
- As your portrait is hand-drawn, please allow up to four weeks for your portrait to be completed.
- Note it can take longer at busy times of the year, like Christmas time.
- We will of course give you an estimated completion time and will keep you informed of the progress.
Your satisfaction is important to us; therefore, you must supply the right image for your portrait.
Note that the better the original photo, the better the results.
For the best results, we only work from high-resolution images. So we recommend you:
- Use a smartphone or digital camera to capture your pet
- Please don’t take screenshots from your social media accounts, like Instagram. As they have been reduced in size to allow for quick scrolling.
- Only send us the original, uncropped image.
- Use natural daylight or an overcast day to photograph your pet
- Get down to eye level of your pet to get a shot face on
- Avoid taking photos from above
- Avoid early morning or late afternoon because the light can cause your image to have a yellow or orange cast
- Make sure your pet is in focus
- Photograph the head and shoulders for the best results
- The devil is in the detail. Make sure your photo is detailed and preferably shows the highlights in the eyes
- If in doubt, please get in touch with us with your images, and we will look at their suitability for you.
If we feel the image will not produce the best results, we will work with you to get the best out of your pictures.