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Drawing of One Pet
A4 - £80
A3 - £100
A2 - £125
A1 - £150
Drawing of Two Pets
A4 - £95
A3 - £115
A2 - £140
A1 - £165
If you have a different number of pets, or would like a custom size let me know in your message, and I'll get back to you with a price.
Use the form below to tell me what you would like
and get a quote today.
and get a quote today.
Or you can call: (+44) 7867 493 461
or email: email@example.com
Absolutely pleasure to do business with. Great contact and fantastic artist. Already planning the next order. Highly recommend and brilliant value for money!
- SARAH LOUISE COCKS
Jordan produced a brilliant pet portrait of two beautiful dogs. We're absolutely delighted. Jordan has incredible talent and is a delight to work with. Fantastic professional service from start to finish.
- KAY HUMPHREY
I accept all sorts of commissions, but Pet Portraits are a big favourite. They make a fantastic unique and special gift.
I use black and white pastels to get realistic and modern portraits of animals. Perfect for a living room or to hang on a wall. All pieces are done on a high quality, archival grade paper.
Sizes vary from small A4 studies up to A1, which will depend on the subject and budget. I've included an image to the right to give you an impression of the size of the artwork on a wall, in a living room.
What a fantastic experience. Jordan himself is lovely to work with, quick responses and an obvious love of what he does. I wouldn’t hesitate in recommending him.
- JULIET EDWARDS
Here's a quick overview of the process:
1. Get in contact! You can call or email me.
2. We'll talk about your requirements, your budget and how long it will take.
3. You'll send me a few of your favourite photos of your pet, and we can discuss which ones would be best to use. Take a look at my photo guide to get an idea of the kind of image that works best.
4. I'll complete the commission and send you a photo for approval. If you're happy with it, I'll request payment and then send the work to you in a postage tube.
He captured my Paddy perfectly. Couldn't be happier.
- ANTHONY ELL
The better the reference photo, the better the result! Sending across multiple images can help give me an idea of the character of your pet, and helps with the selection process. Below are examples of two good photos, and two bad photos. If after you've looked through the guide you're still unsure what kind of photo to take, get in touch! I'll happily talk with you about it.
The best photos are clear, high resolution and have good lighting.
It is a good idea to take the photos outside or in a room with a lot of natural light. Having the light shine on one side of the face will result in a much more visually interesting portrait.
Try and take a photo close to your pet. Zooming in will result in a large loss of detail.
If you're unsure what pose you would like, get your pet to look at or to the side of the camera. These poses always end with a good result.
Bad photos are often blurry have flat lighting (taken with a flash or too much light from behind the subject).
It's usually fairly easy to know if a photo is usable or not.
If you cant see details of features on your pet, like individual hairs, then the photo most likely will not be clear enough.
If photos have been downloaded from a messaging service like Facebook or WhatsApp, they will be compressed and the resolution will be significantly worse than the original photo. Use the originals and send uncompressed via email.