Welcome to my latest framed cat pencil drawing of two beautiful cats called Lucy and Leo. They were commissioned by Kevin in the USA as a gift for his wife this Christmas. Kevin has given me permission to add the portrait to my blog prior to Christmas which is fabulous! Thank you Kevin!
Kevin took a beautiful photo of Lucy and Leo sitting up on a cabinet looking alert. It was perfect for a pencil portrait. Kevin asked for the drawing to be 16 x 12 size and requested it to be framed too. We both decided the Madison frame with the inner charcoal grey colour mount would work really well with Lucy and Leo’s portrait. It did! Scroll down the page to see the pencil drawing framed. I really hope that it will be a wonderful surprise this Christmas.
Often the more candid photos of my drawings show the portraits in a much more natural way. It’s almost more how you would see them in your home. For instance, when you glance at them from the side or an angle this is similar to the photos below. In the same way we rarely study portraits straight on in every day life so making sure you view them from all angles is really important.
These photos really allow my clients to see the drawings in full detail prior to me packing and sending them. If my clients need any changes made on the drawings, they can let me know at this stage.
Framed Cat Pencil Drawing
The Madison Slate frame is one of my personal favourites. I absolutely love how my pencil drawings look in the frame. Especially with the hayseed top mount and the dark grey charcoal colour inner mount. It really sets off the drawing well. I have added a few photos of the portrait below.
Kevin commissioned the drawing of Lucy and Leo as a Christmas gift, and contacted me early in the hope that I could complete the drawing and send it to the USA for the big day. I always recommend contacting early if you have a particular date in mind to give the pencil drawings, because I am booked up in advance most of the year around.
Commission a Cat Pencil Drawing
Even if you haven’t taken the perfect photo of your cat yet, to get in my commissions list is key. It saves your space and also gives you plenty of time to make the finer arrangements knowing that your portrait will arrive in good time for your special date.
If you would like to commission a cat pencil drawing, please do drop me a line at anytime. I would love to work with you on a pencil drawing, additionally let me know about your cat or cats, I’d love to hear all about them! Don’t forget to also visit my commission info page as it answers lots of cat portrait questions there too. Finally you can email or message me via WhatsApp and send photos via there too.
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