Bruno & Co Art Studio
You can send me your favorite photo's of your pet(s), and I will design you a custom piece of art you will love!
How are these dog and cat paintings made?
A caricature art piece of your pet(s) 100% custom made.
Any wishes you have you can write to me in your email or contact form. Would you like a classic portrait painting/imaginary, or on a motor, boat, or convertible? Maybe you want a favorite toy in it, certain flowers, or another accessoire you love?
Tell me a bit about his/her character. Also tell me your favorite colors to match your home, so the artwork will blend in your house.
How it's created
Digital illustration or computer illustration is the use of digital tools to produce images under the direct manipulation of the artist, usually through a pointing device such as a tablet or a mouse. It is distinguished from computer-generated art, which is produced by a computer using mathematical models created by the artist. It is also distinct from digital manipulation of photographs, in that it is an original construction "from scratch". (Photographic elements may be incorporated into such works, but they are not necessarily the primary basis.)
Caricature painted artworks are partly digitally painted, mixed with a mostly digitally altered photo background. You can send me your favorite photo's of your pet(s), and I will design you a custom piece of art you will love!
An artwork of your own pet printed on a canvas or on wood is a beautiful wall art. The scenes and backgrounds the artworks are inspired by classic paintings, a movie scene, a series or a fairytale. Aren't sure about what kind of artwork you want? Send in your photo's and I will explore all the possibilities with you! firstname.lastname@example.org
About the Brand Ambassadors
About Jessica Vonk
Who creates your custom caricature portrait?
After being a portrait photographer and resident trainer for almost seventeen years in an analogue photography studio (PhotoCorporation) and digital photography studio (Fosica) I started Pet Art digital painting mid 2018 as a avocation next to my work as a creative marketing assistent. Creating and painting in Photoshop is a big passion next to my big love for classic art, that grew out to the portraits I am creating today.
As I child I fell in love with the animation work of Yumiko Igarashi's Kyandi Kyandi (Candy Candy) a Japanese series, one of the reasons I started drawing. My caricature portraits resemble that style with the big expressive eyes of innocence.
My dog Daantje and canary Pino are proud ambassador for my digital artworks I do for projects and exhibits. I live in Tilburg, the Netherlands, but since I send the artworks digitally I take commissions from all over the world.
It's my mission to make you a beautiful, timeless wall art. With portrait photography and photo editing as my core, and painting and classic art as my big passions, this provides me with the right base for the digital artworks I am creating for you today. If you have any questions send me an e-mail or fill out a contact form and I will get in touch with you soon!
Daantje the dog and Pino the canary are brand ambassadors for the pet art studio. They are the cute pets of digital artist Jessica Vonk and have their own calendar and book!
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What is digital art?
Digital art is an artistic work or practice that uses digital technology as part of the creative or presentation process. Since the 1970s, various names have been used to describe the process, including computer art and multi media art. Digital art is itself placed under the larger umbrella term ' new media art'. Artworks are considered digital paintings when created in similar fashion to non-digital paintings, but using software on a computer platform and digitally outputting the resulting image as painted on a canvas.
The first use of the term digital art was in the early 1980s when computer engineers devised a paint program which was used by the pioneering digital artist Harold Cohen This became known as AARON, a robotic machine designed to make large drawings on sheets of paper placed on the floor. Since this early foray into artificial intelligence, Cohen continued to fine-tune the AARON program as technology becomes more sophisticated.