comic: cage

comic: cage

I'm starting a new line of cartoons. I'm going to call them comics just to separate the two genres. My "cartoons" are going to mostly be "insider" cartoons with a religious and spiritual focus. My comics are going to be my "outsider" cartoons dealing with issues outside of the church, such as politics, the environment, culture, justice, etc. I'm simply categorizing these new ones as comics because my daily cartoon gets sent out by mail to all my newsletter members and I don't want to confuse things. I hope you like these too. I'm submitting this one as my Illustration Friday entry for the theme "cage". Often the cages we find ourselves in aren't really traps at all. They just feel like it. They might even look like it. But I have broken out of these imaginary cages many times. You get used to recognizing them after a while. And you learn how to break out of them too. Of course, breaking free of these cages introduces a new kind of fear... the fear of independence and freedom. But at least you are free. This man doesn't really need any help. He just needs to become aware. Click on the image for a larger picture. Buy a fine art print of this. Buy my fine art. I have an open image terms of use policy. Please join my newsletter.

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