Quilled 'Lucky' Dalmation Picture


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This quilled paper picture is in a black mounted inlay box frame behind glass and a wall hanging mount. Each picture is made to order and will be a unique, one of a kind, piece of art.

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Lucky - 101 Dalmations

Lucky is one of the most prominently known of the Dalmatian puppies from Disney's 1961 film One Hundred and One Dalmatians.

Lucky is named both for the horseshoe pattern of spots on his back, and for being the runt of Pongo and Perdita's litter.

Like all of the puppies, Lucky is playful and sweet. The weakest of the puppies, he is quite meek and shy, tiring easily.

He seems to have a slight sibling rivalry with the more insecure and rambunctious Patch, with both of them sharing the spot closest to the TV and occasionally vying for a larger amount of it. The two of them are also somewhat opposites of one another, yet share similar interests (such as TV and idolising Thunderbolt).

While Patch is loud, energetic, rambunctious, and introverted, Lucky is arrogant and extroverted.

Despite being so starkly different from his brother Patch, he seems to be closest to him. It's Lucky, for example, who comforts Patch in Cruella's warehouse when the latter blames himself for their predicament.