Got a couple new pet portraits for you! I’ve been crazy busy with portraits this year and will have all kinds of new portraits to show you after the first of the year. Unfortunately can’t show all of my portraits yet because customers are giving them as gifts for Christmas.
Cliff the cat – 9 x 12 inch colored pencil portrait
Really liked doing the texture in the fur. When doing the background used a pile of clothes for reference and then colored it that purplish pink color.
Louie – 5 x 7 inch colored pencil portrait
Fun little guy. Liked to play with his basketball so it was included in the portrait. Done a couple of the 5 x 7 size and surprised how much detail I can get in there.
Holiday orders are through for the season but if interested in getting a portrait done you can send me an e-mail at firstname.lastname@example.org and place an order and it will get done in 2-3 weeks or sooner. If you would like to see more of my work or view more details on the portraits please visit my website at www.whiterabbitart.com
20% off select portrait mediums and sizes this week only
5” x 7” – $55 SALE price – $44
8” x 10” – $85 SALE price – $68
9” x 12” – $100 SALE price – $80
11” x 14” – $120 SALE price – $96
8” x 10” – $55 SALE price – $44
9” x 12” – $65 SALE price – $52
11” x 14” – $80 SALE price – $64
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Sale ends Sunday November 23rd
Finished this portrait today. It’s of a dog named Salem and it is done in colored pencil. The dimensions of the portrait are 5 x 7 inches.
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Here are a few of my newest pieces of work. The first is the duck colored pencil drawing that I’ve been working on.
The second is a pet portrait that I did of Lili for a client. The painting is done in acrylic and the size is 16 x 16.
Lilli – acrylic
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Here is the newest illustration that I’ve finished. The illustration is done in colored pencil. The drawing came about just doing some sketches of raccoons. Was originally going for more of a head shot but ended up drawing the whole raccoon. Then decided on adding the log for the raccoon to sit on. Thought that the pose of the raccoon looked like he was trying to catch something so added the jumping fish. Below are some of the sketches that transformed the artwork into what it is.
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1st raccoon sketch
main sketch done for the illustration
Dutchess the cat – 11 x 14 colored pencil
Really like doing the cat portraits since most of the time will end up doing a dog portrait when commissioned to do a portrait. Had a wonderful picture to work from and enjoyed the detailed background
Canada Sunset – acrylic painting
This painting was done from a photo that I took up in Canada when I went fishing last year. Did the sky and the water in one setting and added some medium to keep it from drying to fast. Like the way it turned out but the photo of the painting doesn’t do it justice since the original looks so much better.
Canada duck WIP – 11 x 14 colored pencil
Working on this using another picture from the Canada fishing trip. The detail in the duck was overwhelming but it is turning out nice. Since this is not a commissioned artwork it will be available to purchase once finished.
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The current issue of Colored Pencil magazine has a 4 page article about my artwork.
You can view and read the article here : cpm_1404_colorpop.pdf
If you are interested in buying a copy of the magazine here is a link to do so: http://www.magcloud.com/browse/issue/726503
Here is a link to the author’s blog: Melissa Legates