When your pet portrait makes you smile.
I just love the photos that my clients send me of their artwork framed such as this one on the right.
When I visualise a pet portrait in my mind, I am always asking myself: what is the first feeling that I would like people feel when they first look at the artwork, then I decide where I want the focus to be, colours, details.
The eyes are always in focus as it is our way to communicate love with our pets.
Some of my clients have watched me paint when on show in different events and I had then the opportunity to explain a few details of the way I work and think about the composition. They could see different stage of the painting such as the one I am showing in the video below.
I love doing what I do and every single pet I paint have their unique look, details and expression that make them so lovable.
I want to thank every single one of my clients for giving me the opportunity to create!
I wish you a lovely day and hope this made you smile!
Bonjour everybody! Commission time here! Having fun building layers of colours for this fluffy one😊 #commissions #ArtistOnTwitter #petportrait #StaySafeStayHome #painting #petlovers #dogsoftwitter #illustration #Illustrator #keepsmiling #StaySafeStayHome #love pic.twitter.com/URXeqtWY68— Caroline Le Bourgeois (@caro_painter) March 20, 2020