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Awhile ago, I made these stuffed sheep for promotion.
What I didn’t realize was that they were created with more than a little mischief, and eventually most of them escaped. Occasionally, I get wind of their travels; like in the first photo from a market in Itaewon, which I came across this morning.  
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Awhile ago, I made these stuffed sheep for promotion.
What I didn’t realize was that they were created with more than a little mischief, and eventually most of them escaped. Occasionally, I get wind of their travels; like in the first photo from a market in Itaewon, which I came across this morning.  
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Awhile ago, I made these stuffed sheep for promotion.
What I didn’t realize was that they were created with more than a little mischief, and eventually most of them escaped. Occasionally, I get wind of their travels; like in the first photo from a market in Itaewon, which I came across this morning.  
Zoom
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Awhile ago, I made these stuffed sheep for promotion.
What I didn’t realize was that they were created with more than a little mischief, and eventually most of them escaped. Occasionally, I get wind of their travels; like in the first photo from a market in Itaewon, which I came across this morning.  
Zoom
Info
Awhile ago, I made these stuffed sheep for promotion.
What I didn’t realize was that they were created with more than a little mischief, and eventually most of them escaped. Occasionally, I get wind of their travels; like in the first photo from a market in Itaewon, which I came across this morning.  
Zoom
Info
Awhile ago, I made these stuffed sheep for promotion.
What I didn’t realize was that they were created with more than a little mischief, and eventually most of them escaped. Occasionally, I get wind of their travels; like in the first photo from a market in Itaewon, which I came across this morning.  
Zoom
Info
Awhile ago, I made these stuffed sheep for promotion.
What I didn’t realize was that they were created with more than a little mischief, and eventually most of them escaped. Occasionally, I get wind of their travels; like in the first photo from a market in Itaewon, which I came across this morning.  
Zoom
Info
Awhile ago, I made these stuffed sheep for promotion.
What I didn’t realize was that they were created with more than a little mischief, and eventually most of them escaped. Occasionally, I get wind of their travels; like in the first photo from a market in Itaewon, which I came across this morning.  
Zoom
Info
Awhile ago, I made these stuffed sheep for promotion.
What I didn’t realize was that they were created with more than a little mischief, and eventually most of them escaped. Occasionally, I get wind of their travels; like in the first photo from a market in Itaewon, which I came across this morning.  
Zoom
Info
Awhile ago, I made these stuffed sheep for promotion.
What I didn’t realize was that they were created with more than a little mischief, and eventually most of them escaped. Occasionally, I get wind of their travels; like in the first photo from a market in Itaewon, which I came across this morning.  
Zoom
Info

Awhile ago, I made these stuffed sheep for promotion.

What I didn’t realize was that they were created with more than a little mischief, and eventually most of them escaped. Occasionally, I get wind of their travels; like in the first photo from a market in Itaewon, which I came across this morning.  


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I think your artwork is severely underrated and am really glad you got on the radar; you deserve it. Your method is fantastic, and I like your little dog-caricature too! Hope I learn something from following you.plop-art asked johnleeillustration:
What a wonderful illustrations you have here !!

Thanks guys! Many things about me are severely underrated such as: my ability to fit in small hiding places, my addiction to olives, and my knack for being friend-zoned. Ladies. It’s actually a little sheep, not a dog, but it’s become so abstracted and poorly drawn over time that it might as well be a sentient cumulus cloud.
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I think your artwork is severely underrated and am really glad you got on the radar; you deserve it. Your method is fantastic, and I like your little dog-caricature too! Hope I learn something from following you.

What a wonderful illustrations you have here !!
Thanks guys! Many things about me are severely underrated such as: my ability to fit in small hiding places, my addiction to olives, and my knack for being friend-zoned. Ladies. 

It’s actually a little sheep, not a dog, but it’s become so abstracted and poorly drawn over time that it might as well be a sentient cumulus cloud.
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