Commissioned Piece

Listed below is my current pricelist for 2021. Pet portraits come unframed. Prices are listed for coloured pencil and graphite pencil with no background.

Size Colour+ 1 subjectGraphite+ 1 subject
Mini6×6€140 €90 
A56×8€200 €130 
A312×16€400+€90 +€70

Portraits are for a single subject. Prices for 1 additional subject can be seen in the above table. If you require different sizes or more than 1 additional subject please contact me for a quote.

Ordering Your Commission

To get started, high quality, clear reference photos of your pet are a MUST. The better the quality of photo the better the portrait. If this is a memorial portrait I understand this might be difficult but contact me with your photos and we can discuss what will work.  For tips on taking a good reference photo, click here. 

Please note there is a waiting list. I will inform you of the timescale based on the current status at time of booking but this may vary slightly. If it is for a special occasion let me know and I may be able to make an arrangement to fit you in.

To enquire about Commissioning a Portrait select your prefered size, medium and upload your photos. I will be in touch with a timescale and we can discuss your portrait details further.

20% non refundable deposit is required when booking a commission before work commences. A photograph of your portrait will be sent to you on completion. Once you have confirmed you are 100% happy with the end result, the remaining balance is required to be payed prior to posting.

Price includes free post and packaging within Ireland. International shipping charged at cost, please contact me for international shipping  request. I also deliver if you are within the locality or can be collected in person.

Tips for taking a good reference photo.

A good reference photo is the most important part of ordering you portrait. I want to get the best possible results for you and your pet. The better the photo the better the results. Below are some simple guidelines on what makes a suitable reference photo.

  1. Dont worry if you dont have a fancy camera! A smartphone with a decent camera can get great results.
  2. Take the photo at eye level rather than form above or below which can make proportions distorted.
  3. Natural light is ideal. This shows the true colour of your pets fur. Ensure any colour altering filters are turned off.
  4. Avoid taking photos from too far a distance. Detail is key. If I need to zoom in or crop the photo it can become too blurry to see any fine detail.
  5. Send me as many photos as you like as multiple photos can often help me to see your pets character

Examples of 2 bad ref photos and 2 good

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