"The portrait of Maggie was a gift from me to my husband and two (grown)children so, I was taking a bit of a risk wondering if they would like it. ..our wonderful dog had just recently died and while I wanted a picture of her for my family, I didn't want a traditional/formal portrait that may cause further sadness. Your Pop Art portrait turned out to be a wonderful answer - a fun art piece of a dog, that we know is our girl and rather than sadness, it invokes feelings of great memories of a fun and loyal dog. So, how did they respond? - they loved it, they loved the Andy Warhol-ish theme. It caught them totally off-guard and were pleasantly surprised.. Thanks again for all your help!"
About Your Proofs:
We want to provide the best representation of your custom portrait, so we have provided multiple proofs based on your requests and specifications. The proofs provide a near accurate representation of how your printed portrait will appear. To see a the fine details of the portrait, hold your mouse pointer over each proof to view a magnified section of the design.
A Question of Color:
Keep in mind that there may be some minor variation in color between what
you see on your screen and the printed version. This is largely due to the
fact that the monitor is projecting the color using light, while the surface
of the printed canvas will be absorbing light. Also, there are variations
among monitors and their color calibrations, so there may be slight differences
in colors from one computer monitor to the next. Overall, the difference between
what you see here and what you get will be negligible.
What Happens Next?:
You should ponder your proofs, perhaps get a second opinion, or sleep on it.
Then when you have decided which one you would like us to print, just reply
with your selection and we'll proceed to the printing process.
If you are not totally satisfied at this point, we are happy to make some
basic revisions, such as rearranging colors, etc., to one of these proofs.
After you are provided with your revision, any further changes requested will
lead to delays of up to three weeks in your portrait production, and will
require additional artwork fees of $75/hour with
a 1 hour minimum charge. Therefore, we do ask that you be as specific as possible
when requesting revisions.