This is the kind of artist I want to be

My free time’s going to be pretty limited for a while in the future. I’ve got tomorrow’s post in the queue, but after that I’m kind of winging it. I’ll keep up as much as I can, though, and hopefully I’ll be able to do something badass for my one-year anniversary.

Slylock Fox – September 18th, 2013

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Do you ever wonder what was going through an artist’s head when they worked? “Hmm… What if, instead of kissing the girl, the actor kissed her horse? Yes, her horse is plainly terrified and– oh! He’s doing it front of everyone, even some kid! Is this perverted enough? Does it need furry confusion?”

I’m kinda getting Dudley Do-Right flashbacks from this. Jay Ward was pretty screwed up, too.

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About Inkwell

Just your average girl surfing the web for kick-awesome cartoons and comics. I enjoy reading, writing, and listening to my head rattle.
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2 Responses to This is the kind of artist I want to be

  1. Ratiocinator says:

    Wait, if Max can’t afford a shirt, but his particular shade of pink pants are really expensive…he’s not buying anything but practically priceless pink pants, is he? If his spent a more reasonable amount of money on pants then he’d be able to afford a shirt and socks and underwear just fine, but he refuses to wear inferior pants. He wouldn’t be caught dead in a pair of those bright blue pants that Slylock wears. He has standards, dammit.

  2. $$$WESTVIEW ONCOLOGIST$$$ says:

    Hey relax, Inkwell. One of the advantages of the animal apocalypse is that horse beastiality is no longer pornography. It is haute couture to include a few horse romance scenes in your violent western melodrama. I’m pretty sure whatever species are running Cannes are praising this movie as we speak. (I dunno….maybe Frogs are running Cannes? Or would that just be a stereotypical assumption on my part?)

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