For details on how you can commission a pen and ink dog portrait like this Pomeranian visit my art website at www.StyleArtc.com/pen-and-ink.html for more details.
One of my recent pen and ink dog portraits depicting an Airedale Terrier. For information about how to commission a pen and ink pet portrait of your dog or cat see www.styleartc.com/pen-and-ink.html
I put this pen and ink pet portrait of a Beagle into a mockup framed to show how it would look framed. The black frame I made from scratch in Inkscape. I also made a brown frame, both are available for free download in a zip file at http://clipartexpress.blogspot.ca/2016/07/free-picture-frame-mockups.html The mockup frames are transparent png files so you can just slip your artwork underneath if you have a graphics program that supports layers. If you don’t you can just put your art on top and adjust its size so that it fits around the mat.
Pen and ink portrait of a tabby cat in a profile view. Don’t make too many cat portraits so its nice to paint or draw one every now and then. More info on my pet portraits can be found on my website at www.pets.StyleArtc.com
5×7 inch pen and ink dog portrait of an English Setter, drawn with a 01 point Micron pen. I’m surprised at the mileage I’m getting from this pen, I’ve probably made around a dozen pictures and the ink still hasn’t run dry.
I bought the pen as part of a set of three to try it out and I like it. The pens are disposable so I don’t have to bother with the messy task of refilling ink. I would prefer a smaller point for finer dots, I think the Micron comes with a point smaller than the 01 so I’ll have to look into that.
For more info on my pen and ink pet portraits check out www.pets.styleartc.com/pen–ink-pet-portraits.html