This dog drawing is of Barney, a beautiful golden retriever was a second commission by a lady who was over the moon with her first drawing.
I’ve not done a dog drawing montage of more than 2 dogs before, so when a request for 4 dogs to be incorporated was sent in I relished the challenge. In this dog drawing there are 2 dogs named Teal and Kaya, both boxer dogs. The drawing took a little longer than usual but I’m…
Izzy is a great looking, elderly boxer dog with oodles of character. She was a pleasure to draw and I’m really pleased with the final drawing of a boxer dog.
Meg is a beautiful Staffordshire Bull Terrier and this pencil drawing of her was commissioned as a present for her owner. The pencil drawing of this Staffordshire Bull Terrier was very well received by her owner.
This boxer dog pencil drawing was undertaken and although quite challenging I feel the result is very good. This comes from having a great photo to draw from. Martha’s character shines through and was a joy to draw.
Another Christmas present, this time a dog drawing of a long haired collie. Here’s the testimonial the pleased recipient sent me … Hello I just personally want to thank you for the wonderful portrait you did of our beautiful dog Toby. You are extremely talented and everyone I have shown it too have commented on…
This Springer Spaniel pencil drawing was a surprise 70th birthday present for a gentleman. The person that commissioned it had fun and games getting a decent photograph of Pip as she’s a tad boisterous and does not stay still for long.
Black labrador pencil portrait This black labrador pencil portrait, called Lucie is a tribute present for her owner. Unfortunately Lucie passed away last year after a long adventure with her owner and the present is to immortalise her and remember what a great friend she was. Here’s what the owner said about his black labrador pencil…
Alfie’s owner wanted to immortalise him in a drawing and was very patient with me as I had a brief interlude from drawing, due to moving house. She was over joyed with the end result, as am I.
Lyra and George couldn’t be two more different dogs to draw, one’s short haired and smooth, the other is long and hairy.