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Matthew Dunn is a Melbourne-based artist who constantly bounces between the realms of comics, exhibitions, design, and more. You can see more of his work at www.matthewdunnart.com
dark one dude, i like it!
Thanks man :-)
Stepping out of the shadows!! Ii love it mate – really very cool. I think this is my favourite.
If he had access to his tongue he’d be licking the blade. :)
hehe instead he’s left licking the inside of his mask….which would taste kinda nasty as he hasn’t taken it off for quite some time ;-)
That raises a good point. Are we likely to ever see Leroy’s face?
Yep, in LM3. Which I’ve just recently started plotting out, but I won’t start working on it in a proper sense until sometime next year :-)
Ah man, it must reek in there, once he takes it off he’ll have to have ominous, cheesy smelling vapours permeating the air. There’s a good comp there, design Leroys face. I remember a british horror comic entitled ‘Scream’ and the comics figure head was Ghastly McNasty – you never saw his face and the publshers ran a project throughout the whole series where readers would send in drawings of how they imagined him to look. It was cool. :)
I imagine when he takes the mask off the first thing you’ll see is a giant beard unravel down to his knees :-)
I like the colouring on this one too, like the fiery glow on his tee!
Thanks man. Normally when I look back on my own work I see little things here and there that I want to change, but that hasn’t happened with this one…..yet ;-)
There’s something so just – cool – about gas masks! Love you style of drawing too.