Hugo the soldier

Hugo

Traditional, coloured pencil

Hugo is a lovely little chap who im sure you will agree looks rather dashing in his uniform. Hugo is owned by my lovely Auntie​. The first portrait I have done with a uniform and the first done using water as a blender for my coloured pencils, but I’m really pleased with the outcome. I hope it wont be the last I really enjoyed doing this.

Art © Shannagh-leigh
Reference: my own
Items used: Strathmore toned tan (9″ x 12″) & caran d’ache supracolor pencils

 

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Late Bloomers

Late Bloomers

Traditional, coloured pencil
Spring is my favourite season so I just had to do something. I hope you like it, this image and more can be purchased as a print here. reference image I A huge thank you to venomxbaby over at deviantart for the reference it was truly inspirational.

Art © Shannagh-leigh
Reference: http://venomxbaby.deviantart.com/
Items used: Brown sugar paper 8.3 x 11.7 inches with Caran D’ache supracolor pencils

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Border Collie Stalk

Border collie

Traditional, greyscale pencils

A pose familiar to any Border Collie owner. This image portrays the border collie stalk. It is finished in a traditional style using grayscale pencils. This and many more prints are available to purchase  from my shop.

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Reference: http://pin.it/9MORQfO
Items used: Daley Rowney 8.3 x 11.7 inches with Caran D’ache supracolor pencils

 

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Snow Pony

Snow Pony

Traditional, watercolour

Finished in a traditional style this Pony is set in a beautiful wintry setting. Done in mostly water soluble pencils and water to paint with. This is actually one of my first watercolour paintings I hope you like it.

Art © Shannagh-leigh
Reference: https://pixabay.com/en/horse-small-horse-haflinger-small-1826383/
Items used: Daler rowney watercolour paper (14.4″x8″) & water soluble caran d’ache supracolor

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Miniature Horse Painting

Miniature Horse Portrait

Traditional, watercolour

This miniature horse portrait is done in traditional watercolour. As you can see its not much bigger than an English penny. Approximate size is about 1.5 x 1.5 cm.

Art © Shannagh-leigh
Reference: supplied by Jessica Lee Venner‎
Items used: Daler rowney aquafine (hot pressed) & caran d’ache supracolor

 

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Miniature Bunny

Miniature Bunny

Traditional, watercolour

This cute little fellow is finished in traditional watercolour and as you can see is much smaller than an English penny. He is roughly 1.5 cm tall by 1.5 cm wide and was an absolute joy to paint if a little intricate.

Art © Shannagh-leigh
Reference: https://s-media-cache-ak0.pinimg.com/originals/8a/e5/f6/8ae5f6372c3edd5bc793262efa7293bd.jpg
Items used: Daler rowney aquafine (hot pressed) & caran d’ache supracolor

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Tiny the Tabby Cat

Tiny

Digital, full colour realistic

This is a digital drawing of my own cat Tiny actually she is one of four we currently own. Shes such a sweat little thing I thought she deserved her own portrait. This and others are availible to buy from my shop.

Art © Shannagh-leigh
Reference: My own
Items used: Photoshop CS6 & cintiq 13HD

 

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Welcome!

My name is Shannagh-leigh, I”m a qualified fine artist with years of experience. I work traditionally and digitally both on paper and the

more modern digital medium. I specialise in creating fine art custom portraiture illustrations from your photographs. I try to capture the spirit and personality of each subject in every drawing capturing their character in every portrait for you to cherish and share.

Prints of every piece can be made to share each portrait with family and friends.