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Custom Artwork and Hand Painted Logos

by Jeanine Romeo Artwork & Interior Design

Custom painting is a different kind of painting, quite a similar to other paintings. It is a unique method of painting, done in a simpler way. 

 

It is accomplished keeping the typical features required by client in mind. It is very much popular in The Triangle region of North Carolina. 

 

These sorts of painting are very much appealing to the eye. The more you view it, the more it reveals to you. It doesn't require any extraordinary effort to look attractive. 

 

Even general colours can be pleasing enough if you possess a good insight of colour patterns necessary for designing a custom Artwork & Hand Painted Logos. Every single step in the designing process augments new dimension and depth to the painting, which is prominent in basic art and craft. 

 

Imagination and creativity are the key elements in transforming the theory of custom painting to reality. 

 

Numerous colour combinations are possible for processing a custom art piece. It is up to the painter to decide which colour combination he/she requires. 

 

Being a painter, you get the opportunity to accept someone else's vision and transform it into a painting, which will hang on the walls of their houses, receiving all the attention and affection it deserves. 

 

The painter engaged in custom Artwork & Hand Painted Logos should be willing to take up the responsibility of getting it done correctly, meeting the client's expectations. For an artist, it is a worthy experience in true sense. 

 

It doesn't matter for what purpose you are creating the art work you can surely assume pride in the fact that you are developing something special for your client. 

 

Custom paintings are generally devised for purposes like gifting and hanging on the room walls. They serve as meaningful gifts for birthdays, weddings, anniversaries or any other precious moment in the lives of our near and dear ones. 

 

In order to achieve a happy outcome, both the artist and client must work together in a cooperative manner. Commissioning a painting is perhaps the most daunting task for any newcomer in this field and needs guidance. 

 

Conversing with your client is the foremost step of this process. Get to know about the delivery date, budget and usage of the art piece from the client. 

 

Discuss regarding the specific composition your client requires. Also, request reference images for the same. 

 

The final talk revolves around the payment. Don't hesitate to charge the right amount for all your efforts and ask your client to pay an upfront. Having done this, you are now ready to get started. 

 

Sketch a few variations, share it with your client and ask for approval for one among those. Through this, the client will retain a basic idea of what the finish might look like. 

 

Upon getting the final approval, carefully frame the painting with sufficient time in your hand. Once you're done, pack it rigidly and ship it to the client's place, along with a thank you note. You end up receiving showers of welcome from your satisfied customers in return. 

 

ARTrageous-ART has provided expert design and art services in the Triangle Area for over 20 years. Specialties include Faux Finishing Services, Color Consultations Triangle Area, mural painting, furniture refinishing, Custom Murals Triangle Area and original artwork. We have the skills, expertise and knowledge to turn your vision into reality!

 

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About Author:

 

Jeanine has been an artist for over 30 years. Her passion for art grew and continued through high school where she was voted "Most Talented" due to her artistic skills. She spent twelve years in N.Y.C. as a textile designer, hand-painting designs for high-end apparel companies.


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Created on Oct 23rd 2018 07:06. Viewed 26 times.

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