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This is my entry for this week's theme over at Illustration Friday. Check out the other creative, "imperfect" entries.
Posted on August 6, 2011 11:59 PM
Wow, wonderful illustration, very powerful, humerous, deep. It kind of throws up lots of different thoughts. Well done
August 7, 2011 2:15 AM
August 7, 2011 02:15
Neat, no counterbalance at the other ear.
August 7, 2011 8:52 AM
August 7, 2011 08:52
This is fab! Well done!
Laurie Knight |
August 7, 2011 10:04 AM
August 7, 2011 10:04
I love this! It's really striking and quite unforgettable.
valerie lorimer |
August 7, 2011 10:37 AM
August 7, 2011 10:37
Wow, this is powerful; makes perfect sense, too. Sinner actually means imperfect, not evil. It makes you reflect; very very impressive. Congrats!
August 7, 2011 12:25 PM
August 7, 2011 12:25
August 7, 2011 3:07 PM
August 7, 2011 15:07
Forgive me, Father for mentioning this...
but the elongated neck and head remind me of a certain male body part that priests aren't supposed to use.
Were you intending this or is it my depraved mind?
Dr. Bob |
August 7, 2011 8:18 PM
August 7, 2011 20:18
Yup, he's kind of a dick-head!
August 7, 2011 8:49 PM
August 7, 2011 20:49
HEY BOB & COWBOY
That's just caricature business. Goofing around with proportion.
If you see something deeper, that's the nature of illustration work; it's open to subjective meaning.
And, uh...stay away form Rorschach tests. NOTHING but dirty pictures.
John Cox |
August 7, 2011 9:59 PM
August 7, 2011 21:59
Pssst! New season of Jersey Shore is playing on MTV tonight. Pass it on.
Ed B |
August 7, 2011 11:44 PM
August 7, 2011 23:44
Hmmm... Carula raises another point John [inadvertently] referred to using the theme of faith to illustrate Leftist cognitive distortion.
The moral to the story is this:
The fact that one professes a belief in a higher moral standard does not make one infallible--nor does it make him a hypocrite--if he stumbles & fails to completely live up to that standard (unless he does so habitually & with disregard for the standard he professes).
It's better to have a high bar that few can reach yet make the most of themselves in their attempt to attain it than to have a bar set so low that any lummox can lumber over it, declare victory, & park himself on his keister.
August 7, 2011 11:47 PM
August 7, 2011 23:47
Well put. Striving for higher standards while recognizing your faults plus showing empathy towards others:
We can do that, right?
John Cox |
August 8, 2011 10:12 AM
August 8, 2011 10:12
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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