Watercolor pet portrait of an Airedale Terrier without a full color background. More details about my pet portraits can be found at www.Pets.StyleArtc.com
I’ve been experimenting painting watercolor dog portraits without a fully painted background. If you’re interested in this kind of pet portrait see paintpixel.weebly.com/portrait.html for more information (I can do cats too).
Watercolor English Springer Spaniel dog portrait without a painted background. Shown here in a mockup brown frame I made in Inkscape. I also made a black frame that can be used to display artwork on the web. You’re welcome to download the frames at clipartexpress.blogspot.ca/2016/07/free-picture-frame-mockups.html and use them for your own art.
This black and tan smooth coated Dachshund watercolor portrait is my attempt at experimenting painting fast and loose with background color that doesn’t go to the edge of the painting. More info on my pet portraits is available on my pet portrait website www.Pets.StyleArtc.com
I’m practicing painting pet portraits in a looser style. The fluffy coat of the Pomeranian lends itself well to a looser paintbrush, at least in my opinion. I’m enjoying painting in this style, it goes faster, and it’s easier to hide mistakes, ha, ha. Hoping to be painting more pet portraits of this type.
More information about my pet portraits can be found at www.StyleArtc.com/watercolor.html