FoXo Reardon’s splendid talent of perspectives is very evident from that signboard in the first strip, which is at a great angle to the observer. He lettered that board with his own hands.
The little tiles on the ground in the last panel of second strip is also noteworthy.
The third strip today has a beautiful detailed indoors scene with three dimensional depths and perspectives. See the last panel especially, where Bozo walks into the depth, away from the direction of you, the audience.
FoXo certainly had a great talent of perspective artwork, which is evident from the detailed scenes he draws in this comic. I don’t recalls anh other daily funnies which goes to this extent in giving such a full picture of the scenes with background depths and all. Not to mention the people, cars, or umbrella guy, there’s something always going on in the background in outdoor scenes.
And the great facial expressions and body language of characters, along with these detailed scenes, are the only things that convey the gags to the audience, no speeches between the characters, no words spoken, something that’s achievable by only a very gifted and talented cartoonist.
Bozo comics are the best drawn best funnies I’ve ever seen. Yes of course a big hand and a big applause for FoXo’s marvellous masterpiece, the picturesque pantomime called BOZO!