Onyx is a beautiful cat and this drawing of her really brings out her mesmerising eyes. Drawn for a christmas present, it should find it’s way onto a wall in the US very soon as it flies over the Atlantic (with Santa?).
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.
This drawing was commissioned as a wedding present for the couple featured in the drawing. It was completed a couple of weeks after the wedding and is loved by the bride and groom.
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 drawing of a chinchilla called Taz is my first of a chinchilla and hopefully not my last, they’re funny, furry little creatures. Taz is an especially cheeky chinchilla and this drawing is also a first smaller size, A4 to be exact.
This pencil portrait of a cat was recently completed and I’m super happy with the result. A decent photograph can make the difference of a good drawing and a great drawing.
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.
This cat portrait drawing is of a cat called “Mum Cat”. She has a very interesting story, her owner was in the army, adopted her and brought her back from Nepal, so being immortalised in a drawing is quite fitting for this well travelled moggy. Here’s the kind words extended by the lady who commissioned…