Please see the prices for my pencil/charcoal drawings below. If you aren’t sure what kind of pet portrait you would like, you are more than welcome to email me your photos and I can provide a detailed quote with a number of options.

Larger sizes or bespoke sizes are available for your pet portrait. Prices shown are base prices for a single dog with no background. If you send me your photos and ideas, I can tailor make a quote for you factoring in the complexity of the background, number of subjects and style. Montage drawings are also available.
Bespoke framing starts from £80, please email me your ideas to receive a quote.

Head Only

Size Price
10 x 8 £140
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12 x 10 £180
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1 to 3 heads/full bodies

Size Price
16 x 12 £260
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1 or multiple heads/full bodies

Size Price
20 x 16 £400
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24 x 18 £450
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30 x 20 £500
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UK Postage (UPS)

Unframed £20
Framed 18 x14 and under £30
Framed 20 x 16 and over £45

Worldwide Postage (UPS)

20 x 16 and below £65
24 x 18 £85

Gift Vouchers

My gift vouchers are the perfect gift for the pet owner that has everything. Vouchers are available either for a specific item or as a monetary value and the receiver can always add extra if they want to.

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Overview of the process

  1. Email me with your ideas and photos to claire@rymarzartandphotography.com
  2. Take a look at our photography tips to get an idea of the kind of photos we need.
  3. We chat about your ideas and agree a design and framing options.
  4. Timetables are around 8 weeks for pencil drawings.
  5. Once everything has been arranged, payment is required in full before any painting begins.
  6. Once the portrait is started I will take photos during the process and add post updates on the Facebook page.
  7. As soon as the portrait is complete I will email you a watermarked version for approval.
  8. Once the portrait has been approved, I will frame, pack and send the package to your chosen delivery address.

Photo tips

If you are considering getting a portrait commissioned then have a look at these tips below on how to choose the best photograph to use. The first step is to look at the photos you already have and if you feel they aren’t quite good enough, new photos would be the next step. I am always happy to view your photos and let you know what I can create from them. Alternatively, if you want to combine a photography experience with me and a drawing from one of those then you can receive a discount, please contact me for more details.

  • Use natural light, go outdoors to take the photo.
  • Choose a cloudy day as bright sunlight will cast shadows on your dog.
  • Get close to your dog to fill the whole photo with the dog.
  • Use a digital camera rather than a phone camera if possible.
  • Go down to the dogs’ level to take the photo.
  • Make sure the dogs eyes are visible, especially if they have long fur.