This one goes out to Doc Al, a certain proprietor of a certain watering hole.
I like creating pages in which I can explore visual story telling techniques. Fun little workout.
And, of course, the narrative is wide open....
When Allen came up with this concept for his paper, he called it an "infinity cover". Apparently, the repetitive illustration motif is it's own genre. Who gnu?
I need your help.
I'm drowning in medical bills and I'm asking for your financial assistance.
If you've ever enjoyed the artwork found here these last seven years, please consider donating a few dollars towards the continuation of this website.
Please send your donation via Paypal using my e-maul address:
For any gift above $100, I would be pleased to send you an original piece of art that has appeared here in the last 24 months. Just e-mail a description, the date it was first posted and your mailing address. I'll send you a scanned image of what the original looks like for your approval, then I'll send the piece along.
My situation is dire and I'll need more than good wishes. I'm asking for your monetary help now, because I need it NOW.
Thank you and may my artwork continue to be a part of your daily viewing pleasure.
January 30 UPDATE: It's very inspiring to know my artwork is viewed by such kind souls. Thank you, thank you, thank you.
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.