Pet Portrait: Baxter the Beagle

Baxter Small

Like most dog obsessed individuals, I follow a lot of canine accounts in Instagram. Way more than human accounts, actually… There are a bunch of german shepherds, pugs, and french bulldogs on my list, but beagle accounts might rank above them in numbers. So it was only natural that when I was looking to add a beagle with a more purebred look as compared to my two mixes I would turn to the place where people are constantly sharing pics of their own dogs. Baxter was only a hashtag away.

Original Photo: To see more photos like this one be sure to look for @bundyandbaxter_beagles on Instagram.

Baxter Original Small

Paper Used: Strathmore Premium Drawing Paper (400 Series) cut to 8×10″

Prismacolor Colored Pencils Used: 

  • Baxter PencilsBlack – PC935
  • 90% Cool Grey – PC1067
  • 70% Cool Grey – PC1065
  • 50% Cool Grey – PC1063
  • 30% Cool Grey – PC1061
  • 10% Cool Grey – PC1059
  • White – PC938
  • Blue Lake – PC1102
  • Non-Photo Blue – PC919
  • Cloud Blue – PC1023
  • Aquamarine – PC905
  • Light Aqua – PC992
  • Deco Aqua – PC1016
  • Deco Pink – PC1014
  • Dark Umber – PC947
  • Dark Brown – PC946
  • Sienna Brown – PC945
  • Light Umber – PC941
  • Bronze – PC1028
  • Beige Sienna – PC1080
  • Sand – PC940
  • Ginger Root – PC1084
  • Peach Beige – PC1085
  • Beige – PC997
  • Cream – PC914
  • 90% French Grey – PC1076
  • 70% French Grey – PC1074
  • 50% French Grey – PC1072
  • 30% French Grey – PC1070
  • 10% French Grey – PC1068

Progress Pics:

Time Spent: 19 hours 54 minutes. I was going to say that I have absolutely no idea why this drawing took so long, but then I remembered going insane drawing the bowtie.

Up Next: I’ll be moving right along to another Boston Terrier portrait. Think I’ve only drawn more Boxers than Boston Terriers at this point.

Until next time!
Lauren H.
Follow @BewareOfTrees

 

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