You might have noticed I haven't posted anything new for three days now. Well. Sunday night, I suffered a myocardial infarction. Spent three fun-filled days at Emory recovering. Angioplasty was a success. Many pills to gobble. No smoking, no drinking for a long long time.
I'll get back to drawing in a day or two.
TO EVERYONE WHO LEFT SUCH HEARTWARMING MESSAGES OF ENCOURAGEMENT...
What can I say? Presenting my work to you has been a joy. It's been my privilege to entertain and provoke such a wondrous variety of good souls.
I have every intention to keep swinging for the fences and hope to heaven your participation is rewarded with lively artwork.
Thanks for reminding me, and each other, how a little kindness and encouragement can be inspirational. You're all ACES.
Entrance or Exit?
A hello starts slouching towards
A tender longing.
These were done recently between the poking and prodding and ekg-ing I received at Emory.
Check out the other shades of creativity over at Illustration Friday.
This is my entry in this week's Illustration Friday: SWAMP.
This is a little watercolor study I did recently. I find rendering these slight landscapes very calming.
This would be a sci-fi take on the Portier-Curtis film shot in 1958. Two enemies chained together at a prison camp on the edge of the galaxy manage to escape.
This is my entry for this week's theme over at Illustration Friday: RETURN.
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.