Prices & Photo Guide

All prices below are for unframed portraits, although framing and mounting is available as an additional option, upon request.
A £25 deposit is required to secure your booking.

The prices below are for standard sizes - I have listed both traditional sizes and also square sizes for a contemporary look. If you wish to have a custom size for a unique and personal portrait, please get in contact if you have a particular size in mind.

Prices for colour images starting from £99, and coloured from £120. Contact for more details.

Full Body Portrait

For a full body portrait please add 25% for a single pet. Please contact me for full body portraits with multiple pets.

Additional Pets

Some sizes are unsuitable for multiple pets due to the lack of detail I would be able to portray.
For 5 pets or more, please contact me.

Backgrounds

I usually prefer to focus on the details in the head and shoulders of your pet, however if you require a background please let me know and I will be happy to offer this.

Shipping

Shipping to anywhere in the UK is £10. For anywhere else in the world, please contact me for an individual quote.

Mounting

A stunning way to finish your portrait off is to have it mounted with a backing board. Pricing available upon request.

Framing

Framing is a very personal choice and should you decide to have your portrait supplied framed, I will work closely with you to choose the perfect frame to suit the portrait. I use a professional and highly talented Fine Art framer for all my framing needs who has a vast array of frames available. Please enquire for more details.

 

Photo Guide

An important part of the process to creating your pet portrait is taking the right photo. This guide will explain the best photos to use and what makes a bad photo. Please feel free to email me your photos and I will let you know if they are suitable.

Good Example

Ideal photo composition to be drawn by Jess

Perfect photo, zoomed to 100%

  • When zoomed in you can see lots of hair detail on the face and good reflection in the eyes
  • Taken outside in natural daylight (not direct sunlight)
  • The photo is taken at the same level as the dog
  • High resolution photo taken with a digital camera, not on a phone

Bad Examples

Photo taken with artificial light

Artifical light

This will alter the tone of the fur and eyes

Blurry photo

Blurred

It is impossible to see the details in a blurred photo

Photo taken at a distance from the animal

Distance

Again, it is impossible to see all the details of the fur and eyes when taken from a distance