My previous post made me go back and look at the series of Soviet space dog sketches I did for NaNoDrawMo 2010.

These are roughly in order, altho it was impossible to find positively identified photos of every dog, so some unlabeled dogs got to stand in for names without photos. As if you’d even know the difference.

The first dog, Malyshka, did not go to space but the photo I had of her (all the dogs were girls, btw) was too cute to not include in the series. My previous post made me go back and look at the series of Soviet space dog sketches I did for NaNoDrawMo 2010.

These are roughly in order, altho it was impossible to find positively identified photos of every dog, so some unlabeled dogs got to stand in for names without photos. As if you’d even know the difference.

The first dog, Malyshka, did not go to space but the photo I had of her (all the dogs were girls, btw) was too cute to not include in the series. My previous post made me go back and look at the series of Soviet space dog sketches I did for NaNoDrawMo 2010.

These are roughly in order, altho it was impossible to find positively identified photos of every dog, so some unlabeled dogs got to stand in for names without photos. As if you’d even know the difference.

The first dog, Malyshka, did not go to space but the photo I had of her (all the dogs were girls, btw) was too cute to not include in the series. My previous post made me go back and look at the series of Soviet space dog sketches I did for NaNoDrawMo 2010.

These are roughly in order, altho it was impossible to find positively identified photos of every dog, so some unlabeled dogs got to stand in for names without photos. As if you’d even know the difference.

The first dog, Malyshka, did not go to space but the photo I had of her (all the dogs were girls, btw) was too cute to not include in the series. My previous post made me go back and look at the series of Soviet space dog sketches I did for NaNoDrawMo 2010.

These are roughly in order, altho it was impossible to find positively identified photos of every dog, so some unlabeled dogs got to stand in for names without photos. As if you’d even know the difference.

The first dog, Malyshka, did not go to space but the photo I had of her (all the dogs were girls, btw) was too cute to not include in the series. My previous post made me go back and look at the series of Soviet space dog sketches I did for NaNoDrawMo 2010.

These are roughly in order, altho it was impossible to find positively identified photos of every dog, so some unlabeled dogs got to stand in for names without photos. As if you’d even know the difference.

The first dog, Malyshka, did not go to space but the photo I had of her (all the dogs were girls, btw) was too cute to not include in the series. My previous post made me go back and look at the series of Soviet space dog sketches I did for NaNoDrawMo 2010.

These are roughly in order, altho it was impossible to find positively identified photos of every dog, so some unlabeled dogs got to stand in for names without photos. As if you’d even know the difference.

The first dog, Malyshka, did not go to space but the photo I had of her (all the dogs were girls, btw) was too cute to not include in the series. My previous post made me go back and look at the series of Soviet space dog sketches I did for NaNoDrawMo 2010.

These are roughly in order, altho it was impossible to find positively identified photos of every dog, so some unlabeled dogs got to stand in for names without photos. As if you’d even know the difference.

The first dog, Malyshka, did not go to space but the photo I had of her (all the dogs were girls, btw) was too cute to not include in the series. My previous post made me go back and look at the series of Soviet space dog sketches I did for NaNoDrawMo 2010.

These are roughly in order, altho it was impossible to find positively identified photos of every dog, so some unlabeled dogs got to stand in for names without photos. As if you’d even know the difference.

The first dog, Malyshka, did not go to space but the photo I had of her (all the dogs were girls, btw) was too cute to not include in the series. My previous post made me go back and look at the series of Soviet space dog sketches I did for NaNoDrawMo 2010.

These are roughly in order, altho it was impossible to find positively identified photos of every dog, so some unlabeled dogs got to stand in for names without photos. As if you’d even know the difference.

The first dog, Malyshka, did not go to space but the photo I had of her (all the dogs were girls, btw) was too cute to not include in the series.

My previous post made me go back and look at the series of Soviet space dog sketches I did for NaNoDrawMo 2010.

These are roughly in order, altho it was impossible to find positively identified photos of every dog, so some unlabeled dogs got to stand in for names without photos. As if you’d even know the difference.

The first dog, Malyshka, did not go to space but the photo I had of her (all the dogs were girls, btw) was too cute to not include in the series.

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