This week we have another piece of art from the Christmas period. These drawing were for grandparents to enjoy and drawn from family photographs taken by the client herself.
I used Bockingford hot pressed watercolour paper and fabercastel water soluble and polychromos pencils. I felt like I got to know these little cheeky faces really well over the festive period.
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To match all this snow and cold weather in todays blog we have this lovely family making the most of the snowy conditions having a fish in this frozen lake.
The caricature was commissioned as a christmas card and was designed to include Alaska , igloos and ice fishing. But with todays weather I thought it would be appropraite .
Wrap up warm folks.
Lets start the week off with this little cutie Dexter.I created this colour drawing from a photograph as a christmas gift for the clients family friend.I really enjoyed drawing him.The commission was in the A5 size and was drawn in colour using my favourite Faber castell pencils.
The best cure for the monday feeling , start your day with a cute dog...
The drawing of Dexter is lovely and we are very pleased with it. It's just like him.
This week we continue the theme of pets at home with this cartoon illustration I completed as christmas gift for a big surprise for this lovely family from their Mum. We have included all the children and their favourite pets including a hen, cat,dog,horse and even Dads prize Bull.
Details: A4 bristol board with faber castell polychromos colour pencils mounted to 12x16 inches.Families own photographs.
You captured our whole family so well, including our animals! Would definitely recommend for a special gift. Hope this is of help to you and thanks so much for our keepsake x