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Category Archives: How to Draw
Slylock Fox – April 13th, 2014 Slylock pushed the selfie story to his higher-ups, reeking of bizarre chemicals. After a careful investigation, the police pieced together this timeline: Dabney takes photo of Cassandra with the pin floating weirdly over her … Continue reading
Slylock Fox – April 6th, 2014 This is the society we live in: men are forced to live in houses barely bigger than they are, cramped together and fighting for territory. Public education is no more, and only the most … Continue reading
Slylock Fox – April 4th, 2014 You can draw comics year in and year out, but how do you know you’re truly reaching the children? When they start drawing beaming animals, feasting on each other’s flesh!
I’m home! It was a long party. Slylock Fox – March 30th, 2014 Oh, Slylock, you crazy fox, never stop projecting. “Well, clearly you were there to watch people pat their pockets, so you’d know who to rob, which isn’t … Continue reading
Slylock Fox – March 28th, 2014 “The sclera really is a pointless piece of anatomy, isn’t it? It only took a few hours of self-experimentation to rid myself of it completely. But then I thought: why stop there? All the … Continue reading
Slylock Fox – March 23rd, 2014 This is Slylock Fox. He’s a detective. He solves mysteries! Here he is shutting down a legitimate business based on a slip of the tongue. Here he’s not finding out horrifying type of business … Continue reading
Slylock Fox – March 21st, 2014 “H-hey there, Anime Girl…” “Oh! Hi, robot!”
Slylock Fox – March 16th, 2014 Slylock Fox has developed a weird mix of realism and ridiculousness. Testing the level of salt in the water would be a totally rational response from anyone other than a walking, talking fox-man. On … Continue reading
Slylock Fox – March 14th, 2014 My first draft of this post basically amounted to me knocking this sailor for his sick bell-bottoms. I did a little reading to make sure I got my outdated references right, and discovered that … Continue reading
Slylock Fox – March 9th, 2014 So, “hungry aliens interrupt a picnic between Slylock and his babes, who respond with varying levels of shock” is a recurring premise. I’m serious. Max and Melody take turns being shocked, Tiffany always holds … Continue reading
Slylock Fox – March 2nd, 2014 I find a couple issues with the set-up in this comic. Let me break it down: There is no indication that Slylock was in the taxi with the latest object of his ogling, and … Continue reading
Slylock Fox – February 28th, 2014 HOW TO DRAW a cowboy about to duel the ever-loving crap out of some li’l froggy, because that’s how they did it in the old west.
Sorry this one’s so late. I’ve barely been home today. Slylock Fox – February 23rd, 2014 This is a glimpse into the infinite, yet naive mind of Slylock Fox. Most of us would find a $50 bill and end our … Continue reading