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Custom Pet Portrait Mediums: Which to Choose?

While asking an artist to make a portrait of the pet, many owners get confused while choosing the medium. If you are also not sure what kind of medium you want for your pet portrait, then we are here to help you in choosing the best medium for your pet portrait. Choosing a medium can be a tricky decision, as different mediums often allow for different tones and emotions. While choosing the medium, you should remember what kind of emotions you want to show in your custom pet portrait. There are of course plenty more mediums than just the ones we are listing here, we’re highlighting a few of the most popular portrait mediums below: ·       Charcoal: Charcoal can result in beautiful contrast, often with a loose, atmospheric result. If you don’t mind losing the color, charcoal can be quite striking for black and white pets. ·       Pencil:  Due to the multitude of individual marks that must be made, pencil works can be time-consuming but result in incredible detail. If you want to be able to see every piece of fur on your pup’s face, a pencil is a good choice. The pencil also tends to look the most realistic custom […] read more
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Answers To the Most Frequently Asked Questions To Any Commissioned Custom Pet Portrait Artist

When any pet owner hires any artist for any commission-based work, there are always some questions that he asks them before commissioning custom pet portraits. Many pet owners who want to have the custom pet portrait of their pets always have these questions in their minds. Here we are going to answer the frequently asked questions of the pet owner in the best possible way. What is the cost of custom pet portraits? The cost of pet portraits will vary significantly depending on what style you prefer, the size, and how experienced the artist is. Digital pet portraits are likely to be the least expensive as they require less time and materials, and the final product might be a digital file with which you can choose to print yourself or have printed professionally at an additional cost. Additionally, if you are working with a modest budget, consider finding an emerging artist or art student who is building their portfolio that may be willing to work for greatly discounted costs. Even with experienced artists, there isn’t a rhyme or reason to the price ranges you may encounter. It’s highly personal to the artist and pricing is often determined by their unique […] read more
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