Any Wallace Wood fans in 1951 who just so happened to open Western Crime Busters #7 would be treated to a great splash panel with lots of Wood-style sex appeal. The trick would be in getting them to open the book and see the page. Trojan Magazines, which published Western Crime Busters wasn't known as an artists comic book company. The artwork in their titles is serviceable, without the flash and panache that Wood provided to even a tepid script like this episode of “Six-Gun Smith.”
The Grand Comics Database lists Wood as doing both pencils and inks. I see another hand in this strip. It could be the inking is by Wood collaborator Harry Harrison.