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Dog Portraits - Unframed Dog Portrait Videos

Welcome to our unframed dog portrait videos page of all of our unframed dog portraits. Not every pet portrait that we send to clients is framed, but we still want to video them so our clients can see them in more detail. It's also lovely for our prospective dog portraits clients to see portraits without frames, and how they look unframed. Often clients display canvases on their wall without frames. In these instances we make sure the edges are pained so that the image is almost wrapped around the edge. So when you look from any side, you see continuation of more of the portrait! Clients do need to let us know if they would like the edges of their canvas painted prior to starting or during the paintings process.

We hope you enjoy viewing our dog portraits videos on both pencil and oils and don’t forget to follow and subscribe to our YouTube Channel as more videos are uploaded there than are embedded on our website. We look forward to hearing from you on YouTube soon!

 

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About the Dog Portrait

Caroline commissioned me to draw a portrait of her mums Tibetan Terrier Hollie who passed away at the age of 14. I was so excited to draw Hollie as I have my own Tibetan Terrier and feel I know the dog breed pretty well. I hope you like it!

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Transcript

Melanie : This is my most recent dog portrait of my drawing board it's a lovely dog called Hollie and she's a Tibetan Terrier. We've got a Tibetan Terrier so it was really nice to be able to draw another little character - they've got so much character these dogs and I love drawing long fur. If I zoom in slightly closer you should be able to see a little more detail. My portrait is a 12 by 10 pencil drawing and it's going to be packed up and sent off today to my client. I hope that my recipient is thrilled - thank you for watching and I'll have another video along shortly.

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Final Scan

tibetan terrier pet portraits

 

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About the Dog Portrait

Paula had recently lost her beautiful dog called Teasel and emailed to ask if I would create a dog portrait for her. I drew Teasel at 10 x 8 size and you can see a photo of Paula and Teasel's portrait in my testimonials section of my website. Have a look also in the final scan tab to see a larger version of my drawing.

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Melanie : Teasel is currently on my drawing board and it's a lovely dog, ill just zoom in slightly you can see how lovely her eyes are. They just have a beautiful look and she was wonderful to portray, I really enjoyed drawing her. She's a 10 by 8 and she's going to be packed and sent off to my cleint today. Clients have been really really thrilled so hopefully I'll be able to post some testimonials on my website from our client soon. I hope you enjoy viewing Teasel. My name is Melanie and you can find more of my dog pencil portraits at www.pencil-petportraits.com

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Final Scan

Dog Pet Portraits

 

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About the Dog Portrait

Nicholas' portraits of Otis and Patsy were commissioned by a returning client, commissioned as a surprise Christmas gift. Our portraits can be seen in our testimonials section as well as our oil gallery. You can see them all wrapped up with ribbons and their amazing hand carved frames. It is genuinely a must to view as their frames are incredible. You can also see them displayed in situ in our recipients home.

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Melanie : These are latest dog painting to come off of Nicks easel. They are for a returning client based in the United States and on the left we have a puppy called Otis and Patsy on the right, sitting in front of what has to be her favourite lake. The way she is gazing at their view, she's just looking around at us engages the viewers eyes. Otis is sitting in the grounds of where his owners live. Both backgrounds mean a lot to the family which is really important if you looking to have a background within your portrait just so that it ties everything in together. When we created mockups and we spoke to our clients, and designed the paintings, we didn't realize that they would sit so well together. Once Nick had completed both paintings and we popped them on the plan chest and stood back to look at them, we realize that both paths meet in a central point. It was a complete fluke, we didn’t plan this in any way, it just ended up like this. It's turned out beautifully. We are really looking forward to seeing both dog paintings framed, clients have commissioned carved frames for each painting made in the USA so I'm sure there will be photos on our website before long. I think Nick has done a marvellous job in painting them. If I go in closer to Pasty you can see lovely detail on her shiny coat and beautiful waves and colours in the water and sky reflecting colours. Otis was completed first and we have had quite a few people to the studio and visitors have marvelled at the way he completed the soft background in comparison to detail in Otis' face and paws. They work so well together and I think they are a superb pair. We hope you like them.

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Final Scan

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