Pets, whether they be canaries, cats, dogs, rabbits, or any other kind of animal, are the centre of our attention. They adore us completely, and we feel the same way about them. A wonderful approach to treasure your friendship for many years to come is to take timeless pet pictures. Even though we may take a lot of pictures of our pets, very few of them will ever go out of style.
Warhol pet portraits
If you thought that Andy Warhol prints are just for celebrities, then your pet is definitely one. Using this style, digital artists convert digital photos of your pet into the Warhol style. Bright colours and backgrounds reflecting your pet’s persona are used too. If you are planning to opt for this style, do not forget to check out the Andy Warhol panels. Each portrait can have two or more panels with the same or different photos of your pet. Your moments with the dog can also be captured attractively in this style.
Isn’t amazing to get your dog painted? It would indeed be wonderful to then gift it to your loved one who is especially fond of pets. Furryroyal pet art work of dogs, cats and other pets makes for a unique gift for your dear ones. How about getting these portraits custom made? Well, with the internet being around you can easily look for portrait artists online. You have the option of either working in person with the artist or an artist may work remotely for you using pictures.
Finding an artist working remotely can help you cut down your expenses and also you have the liberty to choose among the most talented artists worldwide. Though working with a remote artist offers you several advantages, working in person can indeed be very special. If you plan to work remotely with an artist, then of course you need a photograph of your pet which can be used as a reference for the painting. However, photographing pets is a tough task. The issue really is that pets will not pose for the camera. Thus, getting a good photograph of your pet will take lot of time and patience. You can get better pictures of your pet in a comfortable environment such as home rather than a photo studio.
Photographing your pet from his level such you going down on your knees or belly would make it look very intimate. Avoid using flash as pets are usually scared of electronic flash. Natural light works really well, preferably early in the morning or late afternoon to avoid the harsh midday sun. Focus on the eyes, as they are the focal point of the picture. If the eyes are not in sharp focus, the picture will be ruined. Choose your background carefully which complements your pet. Dark backgrounds work best for light colored animals. Lighter background colors work best for dark colored animals. Once your photograph is done, you can send it to the artist in the remote location for the portrait. This provides you with an option of working with artists in lower wage countries.
Always ask the artist to send you the pencil drawing and the first draft of the painting before going ahead with the final version. Once you are satisfied with their art work they can ship the painting directly to your home. A portrait allows you to capture the unique personality and exact likeness of your pet. If the chosen artist is skilled and talented enough than he can add a lot of liveliness to the painting. These true to life paintings create a lasting memory of your dog, cat, rabbit or any other pet. The best pet portrait not only depicts the physical appearance of the pet but also, its essence and spirit.
The portrait painting indeed forms a good memory of your pet. Lifelike nature of portrait paintings helps you keep their beautiful memories alive in your hearts. So, why not go ahead and get a portrait of your pet? Isn’t your pet worth remembering? Shweta Singh is an art consultant at Linden Alley, a Furryroyal pet portrait who create wonderful portraits using photos as references. All their work is 100% hand-made.
these styles come with variations that make for great looks. Also, many other styles, not discussed here exist too. You may want to look at scanner darkly, silhouette, Piet Mondrian collage and Bilal styles too. Whatever pop art variation you use for creating a pet portrait, ensure that it reflects your pet’s persona. The bright colours of Warhol change to match your dog while an Enki Bilal inspiration is great for getting through a serious lookOrders for pet art online store Furryroyal pet portrait