Due to requests, I have recently been taking commissions for pencil sketches. These are a lot smaller, simpler and less expensive than pastel portraits and are a lot of fun to draw.
‘Dogs, like good cheese and wine, get even better with age.’
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Here are some of my portraits and drawings of sighthounds and mixes from the past few years.
I absolutely loved Mia’s reference photograph, in addition to being well lit and clear, it really captured her expression and personality. Unless I am drawing a large or
A collection of my German Shorthaired Pointer art.
I regularly receive messages from people who are interested in learning to draw, or from people who used to draw or paint but due to busy times spent working, raising a family or something else they haven’t drawn in many years and are lacking the confidence to start again. I firmly believe everyone can learn toContinue reading “Learn to Draw a Hungarian Vizsla”
When I try to catalogue my past dog portraits and artwork into some sort of order the most obvious place to start is with breeds, which means that mixed breeds tend to be overlooked.
Isla is no longer a puppy, but what an absolutely perfect choice of a reference in this photo from her puppyhood!
For Stanley’s portrait I worked from a fantastic reference photo taken by Gail Fogarty.