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8" x 10"
mixed media on masonite

Comments (14)

Jonathan Hohensee:

This isn't related to the painting, but is their any chance of selling prints of your works? I would love to have the cover of Black and White World III on the wall of my dorm. (It would look perfect situated between the poster of a chick in her bikini and the playing card that for some reason in stapled to the wall)


almost Mosaic in it's rendering, but still clearly defined.

The things that impress me most, is the USE of the brush, rather than hiding it from the viewer of a painting.

I assume this is a painting that was rendered into digiform?

As long as I'm working on that assumption, you create SO MANY variety's of . . . . to repeat myself. . .form, that it's friggen gorgeous.

And it's a chick, so she's hot.

in addition, I have looked at all of your posts here so far.

I would say that this isn't just the most beautiful, but also the best technicaly rendered in my opinion.

Your apparent dislike of sexualizing images, directly (as in nipples, and junk, and plumbing, is admirable, though I think it holds a part of you back, even if I get an "eww" factor from a male image) but in this one?


were I a welthy man I would totaly bid for it in an instant.

Of course, I would pay more, if you developed hands and feet, just cuz I have been taught that by my artist friend (who I haven't spoken to in years, but I liked his stuff.) that a full image of a body, is hard, but a full image of hands and feet is almost impossible, thats why I liked your foot post so much.


Especially good weathering effects on this one.


That's ALL original media. No digital effects. Combination of thin oils and charcoal.

Thanks for the kind comments. Very encouraging.


I like it. Interesting lines.

I meant an original painting, that you put on the net sorry about that misunderstanding.

Too many "flaws" or . . . .what is it called for artists? references? whatever.

I meant this was a whole image, that was LATER put into "digiform" not meaning you manipulated it.

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John Cox is a painter, cartoonist, and illustrator for hire. For information about purchasing existing work or commissioning new work, contact him by e-mail at john555cox [at] hotmail.com.

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