According to everyone’s favourite website, google has told me today is the last day of Autism Awareness Week. Many of you probably saw my opinion on what this “celebration” has become as it is raising awareness for all the wrong reasons. Along my travels I have met many fellow autistic adults trying to find their … More Living a double life [Part artist, part dyer]
Life isn’t ever simple and the past 3 months are a perfect example. I started a new job, got to grips with said job and then began to fix up a few areas of Messy Miscreation before moving forward. Now in March of 2018 I have finally finished and collected up the work I created … More The Horsfall [An exhibition blog that may be later than expected]
For those with a sharp eye on my social media you may have noticed some incoming changes to the Messy Miscreation online store. It’s been too long since the dust was blown off the shelves and it’s time for a change. The favourites will remain in thier place with some updated photography so you can … More Shop Update Inbound!
2018 is here and like most people I have taken some time to sit and down and consider where I’m going. For the past seven months I’ve been looking for part time work to support myself alongside my girlfriend, which has been a struggle. As an autistic adult at the age of 25 with rather … More Feedback from you and moving forward
Creepy Christmas and Frames Whether you have been naughty or nice, Messy Miscreation doesn’t discriminate. Creepy Christmas is my way of thanking everyone for all the support this year by removing those pesky shipping costs on ALL prints on the online store. If you have your eye on a hand painted frame as a gift … More Christmas update at Messy Miscreation [Frames and free postage]
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
Towards the end of September I briefly glanced over my plans for Inktober. I’m currently up to date with my Inktober drawings but I haven’t been posting them as I have been bed ridden with the flu and wanted to state what my plan for the remaining sketches before uploading them. As I mentioned in … More Inktober 2017 “The Brief”
Last year I discovered a lovely little annual event that artists called Inktober and being an artist who works primarily in ink, I wanted in. For each day of October I posted an A5 drawing which ended up being a mistake because I was working in a very detailed style and would eat up most … More Inktober 2017!
He could feel it in the air. Heck, he could even taste it. That familiar ache that travelled around bones like a trapped nerve, persisting and pulsing. An ache that ascended during the day with a nag and a tug. As everything around him began to wilt he could feel himself doing the same. A … More September’s story
I recently asked for responses from the autistic online community for a future project about mental health on the spectrum. My original plan was to have this project start up in September and then have it completed and ready to show by October. Since the idea was put into place other opportunities have come up … More What’s my plan?