His second shot on the 10th at the second playoff hole was amazing. Not only did he get it out of the pines with enough height and length, but he sculpted the shot to bend around and land ten feet get from the pen 164 yards away. Gutsy call.
What's wrong with Johnny?
He's got too much...not enough?
Vocal ampage works.
The illustrations are getting loud over at Illustration Friday:VOCAL.
An American Revolution colonel, a miner, a lawyer, a singer/song writer, a license-less driver and a daisy pusher: we John Coxes get 'er done.
I think a national gathering of namesakes would be hilarious.
Next month, the cover article is a survey of how legislation differs from state to state concerning auto repair insurance obligations.
This is my entry on this week's theme at Illustration Friday: PUZZLED. Check out the other head-scratching creations over there.
This a little 8"x8" watercolor study using a single tone. The misty effects are done with very watery layers.
This is my entry for this week's Illustration Friday: HEIGHTS. Check out the other heights of artistic ability over there.
Get out there and get dirty, y'all, and have a reasonable Earth Day.
A divine notion
That simple things have merit
Refreshes the mind.
This is my entry for this week's Illustration Friday:JUMP. See what other artwork is jumping over there.
Vibing Edgar Rice Burroughs, I think.
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.