One of my favorite dogs to draw for one of my favorite people! His ears are large but is personality is bigger.
This cute little guy is showing his wild hair style and infectious smile in this painting of explosion of color and happiness!
I made sure to emphasis her pretty eyes and big smile. What a happy girl! This was the first painting that I started adding the name. Luckily the client was happy with that idea so I started doing it on future portraits.
One of my old high school running mates and fellow trouble maker commissioned this portrait of his lovely dog.
This is a self promotional portrait. I wanted to do one incorporating a bandanna. I had a dog just like this when I was in high school, but it was a Motley Crue bandanna instead of an American flag. It was the 1980’s!
The commission to paint this handsome dog came from a former co-worker. Chaz has innocent eyes and a beautiful face.
This is the second portrait of two dogs together that I have done, and what a pair! These dogs are a tag team of adorability!
These guys look like a canine crime fighting team. This was the first time I attempted two dogs in one portrait.
This is the first guinea pig that I was commissioned to paint. The cutest part of his face are the eyes and nose. This is also the first time I painted only the head, which I liked and started that practice in the rest of my portraits.
This beautiful dog was illustrated for my sister. She is a border collie and is a sweetheart but very protective of the family. Good dog! I love the the pose of her looking down but her brown eyes are looking up. I also like the contrast of the colorful bandanna against her black hair.