EDIT(April 2023): COMMISSIONS CLOSED AS I FINISH UP CURRENT PROJECTS
Interested? Please contact me at BrennaMiller20(at)gmail(dot)com
Email me a photo of your special person or pet. I can combine multiple photos into one drawing if requested. Drawings are done by hand in pencil. You will have the physical drawing shipped to you.
Free standard shipping for drawings. Shipping only within Canada at this time
Pay with e-transfer, please.
Sizes & Prices
Single subject: $80
Group Portrait: $80 + $40 for each additional subject
For 9×12 inch:
Single Subject: $100
Group Portrait: $100 + $50 for each additional subject
For 11×14 inch:
Single Subject: $120
Group Portrait: $120+$60 for each additional subject
FOR CUSTOM FIGURINES
Figurines are created using a custom -built wire armature secured to a base, and then they are sculpted out of an oven-bake clay called Super Sculpey. After the baking, they are carefully hand painted with meticulous attention to detail.
$10 regular parcel shipping (4 business days). Only shipping within Canada at this time.
Pay with etransfer, please.
Size & Price
Size approx 6-7 inch tall: $200
Thankyou for your interest in custom art! Feel free to email me with any questions or ideas.
I’ve drawn portraits of people’s pets, but never tried sculpting someone’s pet until now. This one’s of my friend’s scottish terrier. It’s 3 inches tall, made of super sculpey and painted with an airbrush. The airbrush still scares me, I have to learn to control it more, but still fun stuff!
A character that I started drawing right after my twins were born. Wrote a whole poem about how he has an adventurous life even though he can’t fly. It will be a storybook someday and I’ll make the illustrations. Hashtag dreams.
Hello, I’ve discovered that plastic easter eggs make great sculptural materials. Hey I love bright colors and I think its always appropriate to combine bright colors with animals. These zebras have a wire armature, and since easter eggs come with convenient little holes in the tops and bottoms, I threaded the wire right through them.
Also whipped up this easter lion. Seriously the plastic eggs shaped themselves into a mane and simply asked me to make the rest of it. It was not my idea.
This dragon is made of caps, bread clips, dental flossers, coat hangers, easter eggs…I love it!
Here is the phoenix that I created by melting a pit of plastic together, but mostly by covering every inch of everything in candy wrappers with my glue gun. The phoenix is a symbol of rebirth, and it seemed fitting to give new meaning to garbage materials by turning them into this legendary bird.
This year Fort McMurray of Alberta, Canada was almost completely destroyed by wildfires, and now the city is starting to rebuild again.