Here is Wilf’s portrait complete. This was so much fun to create, it makes all the difference having a really high resolution photo with lots of detail. The camera was focused on Wilf’s face, causing his body to be slightly out of focus. It was really interesting to try and draw fur in a soft focus but still look realistic.
To celebrate growth of our new puppy profile @gigitheborzoi, I decided to do a giveaway of a custom pet portrait.
Prize: Digital, printable custom portrait of your pet.
How to enter:
1.) Follow @verofojt and @gigitheborzoi
2.) Tag at least 3 friends in comments (1 friend= 1 comment, more friends = more chances to win)
3.) Repost any illustration from VeroFojt account on your feed or in your stories and don’t forget to tag @verofojt
Winner will be announced on 26th of September ⠀⠀
Sample painting at Global Pet Foods for viewing. All funds raised are going to support S.C.A.R.S. Second Chance Animal Rescue Society. Closing date is Saturday, September 28 at 6:00 p.m. Support a great cause for their second chance and give yourself a special portrait of your furry friend.
I bought this super cute, realistic Panera needlefelt from @eel_omen on etsy, and it came in today! Not only is she super cute, she's also lifesize and she sits on my shoulder! I would totally recommend checking out this shop if you want a realistic plush of your pet 😄
This is our 'Toffee' aka
Toff Toff, the Toffstar, Toffles, Toffee waffles or 'You Little Heathen' , depending on the day. 😉
She has been captured and presented as a gorgeous Sheer Acrylic artwork. These are clear, crisp, frameless wall art with a 30 year (!) warranty. That is they won't fade or discolour for at least 30 years. I love how they are elegantly simple.
I am thankful that I am able to use my talents for others. This poor pup passed away last year and I was able to paint a portrait of her as a gift to her owner. It's amazing how something that seems so simple to me can mean so much to others. 🖤
Little mouser on wood panel 🐭
I think I’d really like to do some more of these, the linework on wood is so satisfying
The markers bled into the wood a tiiiiny bit, but I’m not too fussed about it. Though I think I need to learn how to prep the panel before I use them.. does anyone have any suggestions on how I should do that? 😊