Bosch,Not only do I agree with the message, that art work of yours is impressive!
Bosch, You're welcome. Just out of curiosity, where did you learn how to draw like that?
Self-taught mainly, but I did take a number of night classes some years ago that helped me bear down on things that I may have taken far longer to learn on my own.
Thanks forletting me know, Bosch.
Awesome Bosch! I think I can see the meaning of the light shining from the Islamic green and dispensing it. Forgive me if I miss the message hidden in your recent masterpiece. This is another that should go on your CafePress shop. I would also like the "End the War? End Jihad!" as a bumper sticker.Carry on.
Another masterful illustration, Bosch. One of your absolute best, and I mean that as a HUGE compliment of course considering that all of your art is flat out damn amazing! I am so psyched for The Infidel to debut, and with it ProPiganda. Great job as usual my friend.
Thanks, Godfrey, I just put up the 'End the War? End Jihad', bumper stickers at Cafepress.Mike, thank you and this is the year, finally.
I LIKE it! A lot.
Bosch,I was about to comment on the fear exuding from the Huffington Bilge, when I came across this: "Damn, I can smell the fear and it is sweet" - perfect!And I'm happy that reading your comment led me to your blog - powerful stuff.
Thank you, Marsha, good to know they actually posted it and great to know that Rand, her work, and its growing popularity is scaring the hell out of them. They have no answers, Rand does, and their only chance is to mischaracterize her to those who don't know, which is getting tougher by the day, since more and more people are interested in finding out for themselves.
You're dead-on, Bosch. As far as the numbers of people reading Atlas all of a sudden, I figure most of them read it long ago and the current situation is reminding them of it, so they're going back to it- yippee!And I'm actually excited that some of the conservatives are talking about "going Galt" (my husband says Glenn Reynolds wife created that phrase) and are actually talking about individual rights!
Wow. This is really moving and beautiful. I haven't felt this way about an image since I saw Batman on horseback in the original Dark Knight Falls issue of DK Returns.
Martha, good to hear about conservatives talking about individual rights while showing a respect for Rand and her work, it's happening more and more of late, even if some of them do so grudgingly, citing Rand's atheism as a problem, but clearly not enough to be a deal breaker for them. But the left just doesn't have it in them to give Rand her due, probably because the only characters they could relate to were the cowards and the villains.
XDPaul,The Dark Knight Returns is my favorite comic book story of all time, and I can see the image you're referring to well in my mind, thank you.
Fantastic stuff here. I've had your Israel "Against the World" picture on my blog for a while now, and I was delighted to discover that you're its author! The artwork and messages here are bold and superb. I've found me a new favorite blog to follow.~The Wayward Infidel
Thank you, Tinct, good to have you here.
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