04
Oct
11

J. T.

Real quick sketch of J.T. He may not have a drum kit handy as a soldier, but he manages...

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4 Responses to “J. T.”


  1. 18 October 2011 at 3:04 pm

    I don’t know what it is, but I REALLY like this style of drawing that you do. You say it is a “quick” sketch. For me, it says so much because there is movement captured in them. I like this. I can hear it.

  2. 2 kswann
    20 October 2011 at 7:50 am

    Thanks Leslie! I’ll try to do more like this, I’m still trying to find “the style.”

  3. 3 David Navarre
    23 November 2011 at 9:15 am

    I agree with Leslie, the sketch really does imply movement and, with the little caption, evokes what the soldier has left behind. I know I’m going to adore your book when it comes out.

  4. 4 kswann
    5 December 2011 at 9:07 am

    Thanks David; I’m glad so much is conveyed, that’s sure the intention so I’m glad it comes across, and I hope you do when it does!


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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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