JB Watercolor: Pet Portraits & Wild Things
Working from photographs (animals rarely sit still for a portrait), I use watercolor pencils to create a one-of-a-kind piece of art to commemorate your precious pet.
Jake, here, is an example of a pet portrait. Notice that whatever the background was in the photograph, I replaced it with an ethereal background reminiscent of a photographer's backdrop.
I charge $250 for a pet portrait.
This is Buffy, and this is an example of a pet painting. Background details take lots of time, and therefore cost more money.
I charge $400 for a pet painting.
Two animal faces in one painting is truly twice as much work, but I only charge an extra $100 for each additional face, rather than doubling the cost of the portrait. Background details would cost more, as well.
Sometimes, I will change the price based on the pose. This one is technically a painting because it has background details, but since I didn't have to do facial details, I charged as if it were a portrait.