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Sculpting is easy. You just chip away all the extra stone to get to the artwork inside.


True, G, but in my experience, a lot of stones have abstract art inside. Aye, there's the rubble.

Is it the artist's job to challenge every power, or just unjust powers? More rub, I suppose. A lot of things seem to have rub nowadays.


For some reason, I get the feeling that something isn't quite right here. Is it possible that one of the fingers on the statue could be pointed in the wrong direction?

: )

John Cox:

Hey T

If you are referring to the middle digit, okay then; he's TRYING to be civil.

T again:

Yeah, just goofin'. Made me think of those "last great act of defiance" t-shirts. The wippie (wannabe hippie) up the street was wearing the first one I ever saw, & my mama snatched me by the collar & dragged me away posthaste.

Cool illustration, BTW. I like the restrained use of color in a mostly Black & White piece. Classic meets contemporary.


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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