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Matthew Dunn's LEROY by Simon Sherry

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You may have heard of him. I’d heard rumours, most of them far from substantiated… but this hung crooked on a concrete wall in a local back alley haunt… well, it made me think that something was coming

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fan art, leroy, matt dunn, shits and giggles

Raised on a diet of Doctor Who, Tolkien, Dungeons & Dragons and comic books, Simon Sherry has been making monsters from the moment he could put a crayon to a flat surface. Combining elements of post-apocalyptic science-fantasy, post-human horror and a black sense of humour; Simon’s work is preoccupied with notions of humankind’s ability to determine the course of its own fate in the face of forces larger than itself.

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  • matthewdunnart
    matthewdunnartabout 4 years ago

    That’s just too cool, bloody hammer and all :-)

  • Glad you dig him mate – started off as a bit of an illustrator doodle tonight, and kind of went from there. Saw your journal about the upcoming exhibition, and well… one thing kind of led to another ;o)

    – Simon Sherry

  • Zombie Rust
    Zombie Rustabout 4 years ago

    It’s great watching those two special forces of yours combined! Great done once again Simon!

  • Thanks mate – what can I say, gasmasks, zombies and a hammer – a winning combination in my book, and too hard to resist taking a crack at!

    – Simon Sherry

  • Sturstein
    Stursteinabout 4 years ago

    Bastard. Now I need to do one. I think I should hijack the comic character jam in ISoDIaWD when the monkey isn’t looking, and tell everyone to draw Leroy :D

  • Maybe we should set up a ‘character swap’ jam where everyone has to do their take on someone else’s character? Could be good for a laugh…

    – Simon Sherry

  • Sturstein
    Stursteinabout 4 years ago

    Definitely ;)

  • artisandelimage
    artisandelimageabout 4 years ago

  • Thanks :o)

    – Simon Sherry

  • Steven  Austin
    Steven Austinabout 4 years ago

    Bloody awesome mate, what a great tribute to a great character and artist.

  • Thanks mate – it was a fun little exercise, that’s for sure.

    – Simon Sherry

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