Resting, After Mauldin


Resting, after Mauldin

After a drawing by Bill Mauldin, using loose lines and an ink wash




3 Responses to “Resting, After Mauldin”

  1. 27 October 2009 at 10:37 pm

    Cool K. I just think you may have to darken a little more on the edgey side of the figure not on him but beside him to push him forward so he stands out. Maybe use a broader line pen to render your soldier so the wash doesn’t kill your SKILL!

  2. 27 October 2009 at 10:57 pm

    the shadow on the rocks. good job as usual

  3. 3 Jan
    6 July 2010 at 5:19 am

    Great sketch Kelly. I like the dent in his helmet!
    Well done.

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I'm an artist writing and drawing a graphic novel that takes place during the Second World War. On this blog I will display the sketches I do in researching and preparing for the book. Check out the about page if you'd like to learn more about me, or subscribe to the RSS feed if you'd like to receive updates.

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