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Create your own T-shirt for Patrick’s Day

After Valentine’s Day, Patrick’s Day! For Patrick, I hesitated between the Leprechaun (gnome in the long red beard and green coats part of Irish folklore), a sheep and a four-leaf clover. Finally, there were more opportunities with the sheep and Guinness:)

The hardest thing was to imagine the head of a sheep. Yet this is not what is lacking in New Zealand! I opted for a slightly cartoon style, a head long and narrow, large eyes, but no facial features humanization (such as a smile or eyebrow).

First test: a sheep jumping over a Guinness, a mixture between the expression count the sheep and the fact that alcohol has a soporific effect (at least at high doses).

Sheep Counting

Sheep Counting (Create your own with this design – Canada – US )

The second is more of a delusion: a bunch of sheep drinking the Guinness. This version has not yet been reworked … I’ll start as soon as I have time!

Tas de Mouton

Bunch of sheep

The latter came to my working version of counting sheep I thought the coat looked like a lot of sheep in the foam of Guinness … where Irish Taste!

Irish Taste

Irish Taste ( your article with this design – Europe )

Happy St. Patrick’s all:)

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  1. February 3, 2014 at 3:32 am

    It is a great idea to create some new fabulous designs for the day of the Patron Saint of Ireland, St. Patrick’s Day. This would be a nice way to celebrate and avenue for making profits through selling the personalized t-shirts printed with all new designs.create your own t shirts

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