Welcome to the pencil pet portrait of Shep. Steve Reader emailed our studio enquiring about having a pencil drawing of his dog called Shep. Sadly Shep had passed away and you can read Steve’s initial email to us below…
We are very keen to commission a pencil portrait as a special tribute to our recently departed rescue dog, Shep. Full of character he loved his walks and chasing his ball especially on the beach. We have a particular picture we would like of him lying on a beach, and think 16×12 would be a great size. In conclusion, please let me know the next steps. I look forward to hearing from you.
I love it when clients know exactly what they want from their portrait. I drew Shep from Steve’s favourite photo at 16 x 12 size as requested.
Pencil Pet Portrait of Shep – Happy Clients
Steve emailed and sent a photo of his portrait of Shep when it was framed. You can read his email below which accompanied the portrait.
Please see Shep fully mounted and framed. We are chuffed to bits with the final portrait.
If you have a dog that you have sadly lost, I would be honoured to work with you on a portrait. You might want a portrait similar to Shep here with his ball next to him. If you can gather all of the photos you have of your dog, and i know that this is never an easy task looking back at photos.
Once you have found all of the ones that you feel capture your dog well, email them over to me and I will be able to take a look at them for you. We can work together on a portrait that really captures the essence of your dog. Have a look around my website and view my information and prices page as that is one of the most helpful pages on our website. You can also decide if you would like a pencil drawing or perhaps an oil painting by my husband Nicholas. Finally visit our contact page where you can email and get in touch! We look forward to working with you soon.
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