A scarce--and fascinating--title in the Studio's excellent How to Draw series. First published in 1943, it was revised and reprinted in 1945 to incorporate the latest information.
From the publisher:
This British illustrator of both world wars shows you how to draw tanks with "vividness, realism, and [a] sense of environment". And this volume is filled with just that sort of illustration. The text is straightforward, lively and fun. Cuneo covers, among other things: "Construction and Perspective", "Study of Detail", "Action and Composition", "Battle Scenes", "Eye-Witness Drawings", and "The Illustrator".
Terence Cuneo (1907 - 1996) was a prolific English illustrator for magazines, books and periodicals, noted for his scenes of railways, horses and military actions. He was also the official artist for the Coronation of Queen Elizabeth II in 1953.