WHAT I DID ALONG THE WAY, WELL I WOULDN’T CARE TO SAY by Matthew Dunn
Ink and photoshop
A practice piece for an in-progress comic.
Title taken from “Hotel” by Mark Lanegan
matthew, dunn, matthewdunnart, comic, horror, gas mask, black, abstract, blue, white
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
A shadow of sorts, of the man he once was and the man he will soon become.
I hate sounding like the usual superficial rb commenter… but you make GREAT images. Beautifully rendered, perfect palette and interesting compositions as well as a sophisticated exploration of some of the darker corners of human existence. Great works.
Thanks a lot Incognita, I’m glad you appreciate all those elements. The colours are something I’m especially spending more and more time on, so it’s nice to know that they’re working :-)
Wonderful as usual :-)
fabulous as usual!
Thanks a lot!
Nice colours in this one :)
Thanks :-) I can’t get enough of that washed out blue, obviously, as it pops up in nearly everything I do hehe.
This is awesome!
Thanks a lot Paul
This is as they say “fully sic bro” :) beautiful work!(thats what I am like when I find out my results for maths exams)
hehe thanks Sarah :-)
oh wow. this is brilliant. one of those things i wish id done.
I consider that a huge compliment coming from you good sir
Thanks a lot Margo
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