How to Draw Aliens, Mutants & Mysterious Creatures
War offers compelling subject matter for artists: life-or-death battles, conflict, bravery. For sixty years, war comics have attracted the biggest names in the industry, including Jack Kirby, Will Eisner, Harvey Kurtzman, and Wally Wood. Gung Ho! How to Draw Fantastic Military Comics offers an introduction to war comics, then goes on to page after page after page of essentials for drawing accurate military personnel (including infantry, Navy Seals, Green Berets, and more); military vehicles (jeeps to M1-A1 tanks and beyond), military planes (F-14s to stealth planes), military boats (rafts, submarines, aircraft carriers, more), and military armory (knives, pistols, antiaircraft guns, and many others). Featuring the work of a team of DC/Wildstorm comic-book top guns, Gung Ho! is essential for any artist who wants to be fully prepared for battle.
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