I say creature, rather than dog, puppy or even animal only because as I looked through the images I had created on more than one occasion she looked like more like an animated character in a film than any dog I’d ever met. Weighing in at just over 4lbs she was little more than a ball of fur, adorable in every way.
Once again my work day felt very little like work. I love creating pieces such as these and the bonus of puppy cuddles is simply wonderful. This one above is a particular favourite of mine. The scales are quite accurate so its nice to have a keepsake that includes just how small a new puppy is. This family will always have this as a reminder, not that this little on will grow particularly big.
This image above is quite easy to create because puppies naturally try to climb out, yet they aren’t big enough to get themselves out. This results in quite a captive audience giving us some great portraits.
Here again this little girl looks like a ball of fluff. I kept thinking of those old fashioned powder puffs as she waddled about the studio. Had she been white its exactly what she would have looked like.
I think this one is adorable too. And I love how she looks sitting on my green chair. Are you starting to see what I mean when I said she was more cartoon like than dog?
I know its easy to get photos on our phones these days and most people have more photos than they know what to do with. Thats why I like to create something special. My prints look almost like paintings and they really stand out from the ordinary and average photograph.For me at least, this is art and I love creating each piece.
If this is something you are interested in then please get in touch. Give me a call or send me a message and we can discuss your interests and what I can do for you. I know pets are our babies and wouldn’t it be nice to have a beautiful keepsake such as these. My contact details are below if you’d like to hear more.