Watercoloris one of the oldest mediums used in painting. It is used as a basic technique in many genres from classical to abstract. Today is not particularly common in portraiture because of its complexity of application and its implementation, but is highly valued exactly for these reasons. Watercolor brings depth and makes the image multilayered, leaving it at the same time soft and lightweight. It is applicable for almost all interiors; it is recommendable to arrange it framed with mount behind anti-glare glass. Essential for this type of painting is the quality of the materials, which is why I use a special watercolor paper from the best manufacturers, paints of the professional series “Winsor and Newton” and brushes “Kolinsky”.
Oilis the most popular painting medium in Pet Portraits. The oil is preferred by those who want to give intensity and aristocratic spiritto the portrait. Fits in any decor, but definitely it looks better with heavy furniture, rustic, gothic, baroque or any other classical style from the past. Suitable for oil portraits are heavy frames in gold and silver, richly decorated with ornaments. The creativeprocess of oil painting is long and passes through several stages, in order to obtain the desired result. Sometimes it takes weeks. Essential for this type of painting is the quality of the materials, which is why I use professional series paints “Winsor and Newton” and brushes “Kolinsky”.
Pencilis classic and very popular medium in portrait drawing. Preferred by people who would like to get both light and stylish accent in your interior that does not intrude, but to be noticed. Pencil portraits have special combination of monochrome elegancy and depth of image. Suitable for any interior. It looks best in lightweight frame with mount behind anti-glare glass. My pencil portraits are combination of pencils with different density, carbon and graphite powder on top-quality Italian paper. My style of drawing with pencil is unique, built for many years of hard work and study.
Pastelis easy and fast medium to create portraits. You can use different colors of paper depending on the desired interior effect and fur colors of the pet to achieve contrast. Preferred by people with a small budget or those who need to get quickly his portrait. Suitable for a wide variety of interiors. Looks best in light frame and with mount behind anti-glare glass. My pastel portraits are sprayed with fixative and may be used in combination with more budget framing options.