[wordpress_file_upload placements=”userdata/filename+selectbutton+uploadbutton/subfolders/message” userdata=”true” userdatalabel=”Date Attending|t:date|s:top|r:1|a:0|p:right|d:|f:/Purchaser’s Name|t:text|s:top|r:1|a:0|p:right|d:/Canvas Size|t:dropdown|s:top|r:1|a:0|p:right|d:|l:9×12 in, 16×20 in”]Thank you for joining one of my Paint Your Pet workshops! Please upload your pet photo here to ensure I have the correct reference photos for your pet!
– Pet Photo Rules & Guidelines –
- The key to making this class successful is a good, clear, up-close, well-lit photo of your pet. This is so important! I need to be able to see the eyes, nose, body and other features clearly. Also, please send more traditional poses, not strange angles.
- Upload a few shots below and Jill will choose the best one, and try to make the best decision on how to position your pet drawing on the canvas. If you don’t have any good, recent photos, then get to it – grab a camera or someone’s phone and take some new ones! If your photo isn’t good, your painting won’t be either.
- When you upload your photos, please label each photo/file with YOUR and YOUR GUESTS last name (not the pet’s) and a number to signify which is your favorite photo- if you send multiple shots. And remind your guests about this too! (Your pix should read something like…Lennon 1, or McKale 3…not image.jpeg since many are sent with that generic camera label.)
Please send photos NO LATER than 48 hours prior the class. Jill needs some time to get your pet sketched onto the canvas. The SOONER you send your photos, the BETTER!