Celebrate you birthday with a pet portrait from Picky pencil.
This weeks newest addition to the picky pencil website is this gorgeous chap who was drawn for a surprise birthday gift. The photo was the clients own and we created this portrait in the A5 size using Faber-castell graphite pencils.
Hi Lyn, Just wanted to let you know that the pet portrait was the highlight of the birthday!!!
Breakfast at Tiffany inspired Birthday gift.
This weeks newest addition to the picky pencil website is this birthday caricature created by this gorgeous young ladys Mum to celeabrate her 30th birthday. We included lots of Nicolas favourite hobbies and interests including her love of New York West End and Londons theatre district. we featured her favourite shows such as legally Blonde, Billy elliot , Wicked, Matilda and of course her staring roll in Cinderella.
I created this caricature on an A3 size Bockingford HP watercolour paper with faber-castell pencils.
Its all about the boys....
Looking for a unique and personal gift this fathers day?
commission a picky pencil portrait of your dads favourite hobby, interest, pet or person and be sure to make this fathers day extra special.
Picky pencil commissions come in a range of sizes from A5 to A2 in both caricature and realistic styles that will suit all budgets and tastes, all drawn from the photos you already have.
To find out more visit our commission page and talk to Lyn from Picky pencil.
New page for Picky Pencil.
Dream drawings for everyone who can dream.
New for picky pencil this month is our dream drawings page full of inspiration for your own fantasy filled commission art. These pencil sketches are truly personalised as they incorporate hobbies,interests favourite pastimes and lots more. Whether you love marvel or Minecraft if you dream it we can draw it.
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.
For more examples of photorealistic artwork click HERE