Dismissal could be called a friend. It wouldn’t be the first time. She wiped away the spit from her lips only to glaze them with a coarse tongue. It stood before her leering away as it would. Yet another thing she could resent. It continued to spit in a flurry of obscenities and hollow truths. … More Behavior
With a gentle crack, she fell face first into the ground. Her head was drenched in confusion as she attempted to comprehend the shapes and teeth around her. A warm and familiar embrace closed in around flesh, staining its surface with stale breath. She turned a sore neck to look up, to be greeted by … More Nurture
Times are changing over at Messy Miscreation. The online store has been a steady flow of support for creating more content and the prints over there have been a favorite for everybody. Unfortunately all good things must end and for some of the prints on the store the end is nigh. The three sets of … More Legacy Prints
That’s right people! In 2017 I came up with this crazy idea that I could raise some money for Mind with a group of artists selling our work online. What’s crazier still is that it actually worked and I gathered together a group of artists selling the work they love to create in the name … More Piece of Mind returns for 2018!
As I lay in bed last night it suddenly occurred to me that two years ago I was preparing to start a business with the help of the Princes Trust. Messy Miscreation began its life over the course of 2016 and if you had told me what I achieved in 2017, I would have laughed. … More Messy Miscreation: A reflection of 2017
That’s 2017’s Inktober completed! As I said I would, all 31 drawings will be posted here in high res in order of creation. This year was certainly fun and really kept my drawing technique on its toes. I’m really pleased with the outcome and it’s been great to see what all the illustrators online have … More Inktober 2017 Conclusion