Paramjot works to perfection; she goes above and beyond to make sure her work is the best it can be for the customer
Commissioning a piece of art gives you the opportunity to direct the creation of something entirely bespoke and unique to you. This is a collaborative process whereby we communicate with each other to ensure that the final piece is exactly what you want it to be.
I draw on high quality acid-free 230gsm paper and seal my drawings with fixative spray to prevent smudging and discoloration, ensuring that the quality lasts a lifetime. You will receive both the paper and digital version of your artwork. Although the drawing is created on paper, once completed it can be transferred onto almost anything, including onto canvas, a notebook or greeting cards.
Below is some guidance on the process and a form that you can fill in for a quote.
You'll need to select your favourite photo(s) for the drawing. The greater the quality of the photo you choose, the better your completed drawing will look! The best photos are those that have a high resolution, are clear and detailed, and have good lighting. If you need help choosing, don't worry - we can decide together.
The size you choose will depend on your budget and where or how you want your drawing to be displayed. For wall art that will be displayed in a large space, the size should be large and eye-catching, whereas an intimate 1-subject drawing or pet portrait may work best on a small size. This rough sizing guide will give you a good idea of what to expect in regards to pricing, but I recommend filling in the form below for a tailored quote.
Once we've agreed on the reference photo, size and price, I'll direct you to the booking page to place your order and make a secure payment.
Your drawing can take from 2-4 weeks to complete. I ask that you let me know if you have a deadline via the form below, and I'll always give you an estimated timescale before the work starts.
You're free to ask for updates from me along the way! When it's finished, I'll send you a photo of your drawing to make sure that you're happy with it before carefully packaging it and posting to you.