Jacob's Sheep Portrait
Liz Cook - email
I did this tattoo on Sunday at the Ink Masters Tatt2 Show convetion in OC California. Just a little bit of wikipedia info on this little guy...The Jacob sheep is a rare breed of small, piebald (colored with white spots), polycerate (multi-horned) sheep. Jacobs may have from two to six horns, but most commonly have four. The most common color is black and white. Generally referred to as an unimproved or heirloom breed (one that has survived with little human selection), the Jacob is descended from an ancient Old Worldbreed of sheep, although its exact origins remain unclear. Unlike most other old world breeds, the Jacobs of North America have not undergone extensive cross-breeding and selective breeding; their body habitusresembles that of a goat.
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