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Courtni

CPK.......Drawn from inset photo
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Father & Daughter
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Bryson......Drawn from inset photo
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WELCOME

Pencil Portraits drawn

from your photographs

make unique,  

personalized Christmas

Gifts and all you

have to do is provide

 me with a photo! 

Pencil Portraits drawn from

photos make unique gifts sure

to become Family Heirlooms

to be treasured and passed on

for generations to come.

Immortalize your Loved Ones

with hand drawn portrairs!

Give an everlasting gift with a

pencil portrait drawn from a

photo. Portraits from photos make

perfect personalized gifts for any

occasion!

Think of the Joy your family member

will feel when they open their gift

and see a Pencil Portrait of

themself or a Loved One.  A

portrait makes a Special Gift for

Mothers Day, Fathers Day,

Graduation, Weddings, Birthdays,

or just because!

You can even e-mail your photos

so you don't need to worry about

postage and packaging, or having

your photographs damaged.


Finely crafted pencil portraits
make the perfect gifts for all
occasions. By working from photos
you can keep your gift absolutely
secret!


If you want to commission a portrait
of a loved one (or yourself) you can
do so without having to spend hours
in a studio!

By using photos your possibilities
are endless, you can have portraits
done of people in the past like your
ancestors,your friends,personalities,
or my Favorite: My Parents as Mr.&
Mrs. Claus!

What Photo?

Choose the Right Photograph. When
choosing your photograph try and
find a large picture to work from.
I can draw good portraits from a
small photo but the larger the
original photo the more detail I
can extract from it.

The key to a good portrait is
shading, and so a photo taken
in natural light will get better
results than a photo where the
subject's face is washed out by
flash.

Try to find a picture where one
side of the face is distinctly
darker than the other as this will
give the portrait depth and form,
but even a picture taken with
strong flash can be used to draw
a good pencil portrait.

Above all choose a good picture
where they really look like
themselves. Don't use the one
photo where they're not
themselves. Remember what I see
on the photo is what I draw!

Once you've chosen the photo you
want,tell me what you want me to
draw from it. Do you want one
person in the portrait, or
several? Do you want just their
face,or would you like their
shoulders as well?

Without this information I cannot
guarantee I will draw exactly what
you want.

All photos will be returned to you
along with the completed pencil
portrait. I aim to have all
portraits finished within 10 days
of commission, but this may vary
with demand.


Please take a look at my Portrait
Examples by clicking on the
links to the left OR

CLICK HERE TO ORDER

 

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