Be proud of your body.
Find joy in exactly who you are.
Cultivate a nurturing relationship with your divine feminine energy.
You deserve to take up space. Start, continue or celebrate your journey with a self-love portrait. These digital line drawings trace your contours, producing a reflection of you that makes you feel empowered, strong and sensual. It’s the ultimate gift to yourself.
How it Works:
- Send a photo to email@example.com.
- Click the button below to pay the commission fee of $77.
- I create the sketch, which is hand drawn digitally using a tablet. Because it’s digital, I can just email it back to you. The file is optimized for printing at 11″ x 14″ so that you can print it on your home printer. (It looks great on cardstock). Or you can bring it to a print shop for archival printing or different paper finish options. Some of my goddesses have done canvas prints, which look incredible.
- It takes 2-4 business days to get it back. And then–voila! Pure self-love.
Have questions? Scroll down to read the FAQs
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Frequently Asked Questions
What kind of photo should I send?
Most women choose to do a sensual selfie, but this is up to you! Some clients have ordered snapshots with friends, photos of their birth or just a selfie of themselves when they’re feeling blissful.
Does it have to be a good-quality photo?
Actually, no. Because these are line drawings, I just need to be able to see the contours to create these. Don’t worry about lighting or composition–some of the photos that don’t look great on your phone have made the best drawings.
How do I take a sexy selfie?
First of all, get in the mood. Put on music that you love, lock the door, and take your time. This process is about loving yourself. You’ll get the best results when you feel good and have fun. Take the photos after (or during) a pampering bath, or dance in front of the mirror for a while before doing a strip-tease for yourself and snapping some pictures.
Your phone is probably the best tool for this. You can set an auto timer and prop the phone on a dresser, stand it up on the floor, or hold it in your hands. Experiment with different angles and cropping… you can get some interesting compositions when taking a photo from the floor up or lying on the bed and holding the camera in your hand.
You can also try using a mirror. If you do, try to take two photos in the same pose with different hands so that I can put them together and leave the camera out of the drawing.
One of the best ways I’ve found to take the photo is to record a video with your phone’s screen facing you. This allows you to really let loose and have fun! As you’re watching the replay of the video, you can capture still photos from it by taking screenshots.
Of course, you can always ask a trusted partner or friend to take the photos for you if you feel more comfortable doing that.
What if I hate all of the photos?
Let’s be real–most of us don’t love looking at photos of ourselves. Part of this journey is letting ourselves release that. If you’re not loving the photos or aren’t sure which one to use, send me more than one. I can choose and surprise you or work with you to select the best option.
Will you keep the photos private?
Of course! This is extremely intimate. I never show the photos to anyone. I don’t share the drawings with anyone either unless you give me written consent via email that I can share them either on social media, online or in person.
Please feel free to contact me with any other questions. I love hearing from you!