-2 minutes read - 385 words - by Rebecca Duftom
Portraits may be done as drawings, paintings and three-dimensional felt sculptures. When I do a pet portrait, I look for a characteristic pose that expresses their unique personality. Ideally, I prefer to meet the animal, observe their behaviour and take my own photos. When this isn’t possible, I find out how the client sees their pet and obtain a variety of photos from them. For a portrait to be truly timeless, I think it’s best to depict the animal in its prime, when its character is well established but before the signs of age creep in.
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