The costs depend on technique, size and complexity. Marjolein has experience in many materials, like oils, pastel, watercolour, charcoal, pencil and miniatures in acrylics. The pricelist below is based on one animal with a spheric background.
Adding a detailed background or extra animal is possible and costs extra per item. How much depends on the size of the portrait; see the pricelist below. Marjolein always designs a mock-up first to show you if this meets your wishes. We check of the actual mutual sizes of the pets are correct and if their posture complements each other and their characters. The effect of background colour, adjusted details like posture of ears, removing or adding toys/belts, will become more visible to you. Read more on how does it work?
To conserve a portrait for many generations to come, the artwork needs to be framed. Marjolein can arrange this for you, but isn’t an obligation. Keep in mind that the actual ‘end size’ of a portrait will be enlarged when a mat is needed or not. The frame size of oil paintings is the same as the panel/canvas size, adding only 5-8cm on each side. All portraits in other paint- and drawing techniques require a mat and glass to prevent the artwork from touching the glass. The actual end size will then be much bigger than the ordered portrait size. The best glass to use is UV resistent, known here as museumglass. It’s amazingly crystal clear and almost invisible.