I have been noticeably absent from the blog lately, so instead of prolonging the silence I wanted to report that I will be taking somewhat of a blog staycation. I will still post, but with less frequency than previously and my posts will be smaller (quick little snippets of design, pet, products I love, etc…). So things may look and feel a little different!
In case you are Durango-local and in case you are interested, I am having my very first little showing of my work. Starting tomorrow, Friday, March 18th and continuing for about a month, I will have some of my custom pet portraits framed and on display at Durango Bagel.
If you like bagels and/or if you like me, please stop by grab breakfast or lunch and enjoy some of my work.
As always, I truly appreciate your support!
durango bagel is located at 106 east 5th street | where main meets the train| durango, colorado
I have been working for quite some time on developing a NEW MOCHIE-ROO portrait product … after a couple of months of toying with it and tweaking it, I am so very thrilled to announce a new addition – DIGITAL PET PORTRAITS! From a photo, I will create a digital pet portrait. Go to my Etsy shop to order one of these new portraits!
More Information About These Portraits
These pet portraits have a half-tone, dot pattern which is somewhat subtle and has been described as being similar to half-tone printing, comic books illustrations, and pop art. I am offering these portraits in 4×6″ and 5×7″ sized. These portraits also have the portrait subject’s name in a decorative font; and are professionally printed on Hahnemuhle 100% cotton, acid free, photo rag, 308 gsm fine art paper; a fine art paper of the highest quality.
I have these portraits priced at what I hope to be a very affordable price-point: $22 for a 4×6″ (plus $3 postage) and $28 for a 5×7″ (plus $3 postage).
Here is an close-up example of the half-tone pattern:
For the pet’s name, which can be featured on the portrait like in the examples above, several font and color options are available:
And, as always, I would love to hear from you; any feedback on what you think about this new portrait style is appreciated … feel free to drop me a line!
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