Things I Overheard While Exhibiting At MCM Manchester

"Like a Normandy beach of cosplay"

"He went full Sonic. Never go full Sonic"

"Mandrogynous"

"When I draw a fish it looks like a cloud" 

"Have you drawn these?" 

"Did you draw these?"

"You didn’t draw these did you?"

"This is the best booth in the place"
"No, there’s better ones over there"

"WOW I love your style!"
<walks away as fast as possible>

"This is what it’s about though, COMICS, it’s ‘comic’ con. You just like toys" 

"Fuck that primary-coloured fucboi!"

"So what are you gonna do after all this comic stuff?"

"Home Stuck? More like …SHIT Stuck!" 

"I know that Tardis!"

somethingsimpler7 asked:
Yo. I am the 'woo' chick from facebook. I've got a boy girl poster from 2012 and I was really mad at myself for forgetting to bring it back last year so I could ask you to sign it again so would it be cool if I brought it along on Saturday?

Hey, Woo Chick. Yup, that’s totally fine! I’m quite flattered you still have it. If there’s anything you want signed, just bring it by the table and I’ll sign it.

Assuming it’s like something I actually made, and not a photo of John Snow or whatever. 

I would totally sign that anyway.

"CULT. Seven young friends… art from below… an unholy union."

Back in April 2014 seven of us descended on to Orbtial Comics in London to put on a group show as GHOSTS, a collective of comic creators all working under one dark, rebellious theme.

The exhibition opened with a live event of music, painting and more. Then it ran, and ran some more as its initial run was extended to twice its length.

Above is the complete art and design work I produced for the exclusive program that was only available at the exhibition. Inspired by mysticism, magic and the stylings of the definitively British horror institution that is Hammer films.  

Those of you lucky enough to get hold of a copy at the event, keep it, there aren’t many in the wild.

If you want ALL the details, news, reviews and photos from the event you need to check this link here