Here's the end result of my sheep. About 36 hours or so, and it's close. It doesn't have any of the detail work of the original, because I didn't paint it. Someday, I'd like to learn how to do that, but it requires a kiln to fire the painted glass. Was finished with a narrow aluminum came around the edge and two little hanging loops.
The red isn't popping in the picture like it does in real life.
There are some things I'd do differently. I tired to be very aware of the grain of the glass, but the instructor who helped me with some cuts wasn't in my head, and wasn't as aware. Seedy glass is cool, but one of the long bars around the edge has already cracked at a flaw in the glass. Luckily, you can't really tell unless you're looking for it, blends into the very seed bubbles that made it break in the first place.
Now I'm going to try to wrap up the jenky storm window that has been languishing in the basement all summer.