Colour Pencil Pet Portraits in Spain, Netherlands, Europe
Since becoming a professional Pet Portrait Artist I have had many clients from a mixture of countries in Europe including Spain and the Netherlands. This has allowed me to gain the experience for drawing a wide range of cat and dog breeds. I have been to Spain quite a few times on holiday but not the Netherlands so it would be fantastic to go one day.
'Junior & Jack' Tabby Cat portrait- Spain
These beautiful tabbies are called Junior and Jack. They love cuddling together so this portrait reflects them perfectly. The other image shows them framed in their house in Spain. If you would like a portrait of your cats together Contact me now to discuss.
'Jeriko' Cat Portrait- Spain
This is a head and neck portrait on my smallest size (left) and the reference photo I used to create it (right). As you can see I can draw a lot of detail and really make features, such as the eyes, pop to show off the real colours of your cat. Contact me now to order your very own portrait of your beloved pet! Id love to hear from you.
'Jess' Cat Portrait - Spain
This is a head and neck portrait on my smallest size (left) and the reference photo I used to create it (right). Contact me now to order your very own portrait of your beloved pet! Id love to hear from you.
'Minnie' - Netherlands
This large A3 colour pencil portrait of Minni was one of my first commissioned portraits. I love the unique pose of this portrait as it is not like the usual head and neck positions. I have drawn other sleeping kitties since and I think it is such a lovely pose for your pet to be drawn in.
Hello and welcome to my blog. My name is Sema Martin and I am a realism pet portrait artist based in Wales, UK. I specialise in colour pencil as a medium and have created many pet portraits for customers in Spain and the Netherlands, drawing from their reference photo sent to me by email. The high-quality brand of colour pencils used is a mixture of Faber Castell Polychromos and Caran D'ache Luminance on extra smooth Bristol Board paper.