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  • How much does it cost to commission a pet portrait?
    The cost of a pet portrait depends on which size you choose. I currently offer three sizes to choose from: small (5 x 7"), medium (9 x 12"), and large (12 x 16"). More information on prices, including adding additional subjects, can be found here. If you’d like a custom size that I haven’t listed, I would be happy to discuss your requirements. Please get in touch for a quote.
  • How do I commission a pet portrait?
    If you’d like to order your own pet portrait from photos, please contact me to check availability. You can send your photos to me by email, and once we’ve agreed on the best reference photo to work from, a 50% deposit is needed to secure your booking.
  • What size portrait should I order?
    This is a completely personal choice, but here are some good points to consider when choosing a portrait size: Think about where you’d like to display your portrait. If you have a lot of available wall space, a larger portrait will fit better and look good on display. Equally, a smaller space might suit a smaller portrait better. Consider whether you’d like to get your portrait mounted as well as framed. A mount will add a bit of extra size, so it’s a good idea to think of this when planning where you’ll display it.
  • How long does it take to finish a pet portrait?
    Depending on the size, it can take between 1-3 weeks to finish a portrait. I am often busier around periods such as Christmas, so If you’d like to order a pet portrait as a gift please contact me well in advance to book in.
  • Can I have more than one pet in the same portrait?
    I’m more than happy to draw more than one pet in the same portrait. To ensure enough detail is captured in your portrait, I recommend either a medium or large sized portrait. I can also work from separate photos, so don’t worry if you don’t have a good photo of them together! Please note, for additional subjects, 20% of the base price will be added per pet.
  • I’m not sure which photo would be best to draw from. Can you advise?
    Of course! Please feel free to send me as many photos as you like. I will take a look and let you know which one I think is the best reference to work from. You can send your photos to me by emailing
  • What materials do you use?
    I only use the highest quality materials when creating your portrait to help ensure your artwork will last a lifetime. For coloured pencil portraits, I use a combination of Faber Castell Polychromos, Caran D’Ache Luminance, and Prismacolor pencils on heavyweight Stonehenge Paper.
  • How much is delivery?
    For all UK portraits, postage is free and will be sent with Royal Mail Special Delivery, which is fully trackable. For international orders, please contact me for a quote.
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