Transformation: Pet to Portrait

This week’s Daily Post photo challenge is around the theme of “Transformation.”

A new undertaking for me is turning pet portraits into stained glass representations; a transformation from photo to cartoon pattern to stained glass panel! And even the finished project is transformed with every change of lighting throughout the day.

Take a look!

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“Brisco” Photo courtesy of Peggy Lemmer

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Pattern I drew of Brisco based on the photo above

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Completed stained glass panel of Brisco based on the pattern

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Same panel, seen through different lighting.

Bonus photo: Brisco (top) with my eskie Chules.

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Stained glass animal portraits will soon be available on my Etsy shop, Glass Manifest. Interested? Go to https://www.etsy.com/shop/GlassManifest  and click on the “Contact shop owner” button,  or email me direct at Maggie.C@zoho.com

About Maggie C

Stained glass artist, writer, respecter of life.
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9 Responses to Transformation: Pet to Portrait

  1. Sweet! 🙂 I thought it was your dog at first. I can imagine many wishing to have one of these!

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  2. JANE says:

    “Woof!, woof!, woof!”
    Three woofs of best wishes for your new and wonderful endeavor, Maggie.
    A very fun genre for your talents 🙂

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  3. Anita says:

    That is an adorably sweet transformation! ❤

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