If you're anything like me, your pets are part of the family, or as many of us call them 'Fur Kids'. We love them, we spoil them, we let them destroy our homes. Just as people display photos and paintings of family members and ancestors, we animal lovers also display art and paintings of our animals, whether a horse, a cat, a snake, a bird, a ferret, or a dog, I had a tarantula once
What I do is, I take the photo of your animal that you send to me (whether it's a pet, a farm animal, best in show, one you just happen to photograph, one of a deceased pet, etc.), and turn it into a beautiful painting in one of three styles, and available in three different mediums!
Currently, I provide digital paintings in watercolor, brush stroke and oil. Which style we decide on will depend on the type of photograph provided, the quality and resolution of the photo, and which style would best show off your animal(s). You can either send me your digital file(s) or physically mail them through our 'Contact Us' page.
I currently provide the following products:
I will provide 4 different sizes for several uses, including profile pictures, posting, wallpapers, etc. Exact sizes will depend on the finished size of the painting.
Professional Grade Prints
Print it, mount it, laminate it, post it. For a great wall decorating solution, choose Professional Quality Semi-Gloss Poster Paper. Great for printing large-format posters, this bright semi-gloss paper makes brilliant, colorful images look crisp and smooth without a putting a dent in your pocket. Made local in the USA.
Gallery Wrapped Canvas
Your painted pet will look amazing as a Gloss Canvas Museum Wrap, made from an additive-free cotton-poly blend and features a special ink-receptive coating that protects the printed surface from cracking. Made with a tight weave ideal for any photography or fine art, this instant-dry gloss canvas is fade-resistant for 75 years or more.
If you are scanning photos, most file formats are acceptable, 300 dpi or higher preferred, and if you're taking a photo to send, please use the largest, highest dpi setting you have in order to ensure quality results.
If you plan to mail your photo(s) through the postal service, please send it in a protective shipping envelope or box, with stiff cardboard inside in order to keep it from getting damaged in transit. Something waterproof is strongly advised but not necessary. Also, mark all sides with the words "DO NOT BEND OR FOLD" so the postal employees don't damage it by doing that.