Having a custom watercolour logo painting will bring something special to your business and logo design. I can work with you or your graphic designer to create a painting to suit your business 🙂
WATERCOLOUR LOGO PAINTING
Each watercolour logo painting is created using high quality Arches 300gsm paper (containing no acid) and premium watercolour paints. We will need to chat to determine your requirements. Please feel free to send me inspiration photos to help me gather an idea as to what you want. The more the merrier!
Colours are very important in a logo so please let me know which colour/s you would like to use and I will do my best to accomodate. When using watercolours, by their nature, the colour tone will vary for each colour depending on how much water is added with it. Even if one colour is used, multiple tones of that colour may be visible in the painting.
The painting can be of any subject, human, pet, animal, toy etc I will work closely with you or your graphic designer to make sure it fits in with the other elements of the logo design. Although, please note that I cannot and will not reproduce someone else’s art work.
Once an order has begun, you are no longer able to cancel or request a refund as each painting is customised for you. Further, I can only begin the piece once payment has been received in full.
I will be in contact throughout the commission so please feel free to contact me at any time.
Gallery items are not for sale as they are someone else’s originals. Finished products will differ from gallery items, these are just an idea of what to expect.
You will receive a high resolution digital file for your watercolour logo painting. If you’d like the original painting also, please be sure to select the right option in the shop.
If shipped the painting will be unframed and will be sent via registered Australia Post (postage times vary according to Australia Post). Once you receive your painting please treat it with love and care. It is very delicate therefore it is important to ensure that water does not come into contact with it. Water will activate the paint, which in turn will run.