GET OUT!

I love a good horror film, and Get Out really made me happy! It was different, well written, well acted and for me was the start of a trend for more thought provoking movies in this genre. It wasn't the usual blood soaked affair, with arms being lopped off every minute and knife wielding maniacs... Continue Reading →

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The Redhead

So, I don’t need to introduce myself by now do I? You all know me and what I do, right? You’ve read ‘First Thoughts’ and ‘Snooker Hall’ to understand my mindset: I am a 50% killer! And by that I mean I kill 50% of the population, ‘men’ to spell it out for you. The... Continue Reading →

13 Sturridge Street Part 5 of 5

The last of the guests finally leave after the house warming ends, Steve looks knackered as he lets out a big sigh, shutting the front door for the final time that night. He turns around smiling at Jane who looks horrified, “That went well love, didn’t it?” Steve proclaimed not registering his wife’s fear ridden... Continue Reading →

Banksy Pulp Fiction

I've gushed before about my love for Banksy, in my opinion he's one of the best. I went to the Tate Modern recently and it was full of 'art', if it can be classed as that! I like to call it turd! But Banksys art is actually good, it's interesting to look at, thought provoking... Continue Reading →

13 Sturridge Street Part 4 of 5

Jane looks out onto her back garden which is full of her family and friends, all drinking and eating the copious supplies of BBQ food and alcohol available. She smiles as her niece runs around chasing the other children with a huge insect, Jane’s niece was the definition of a tomboy which was just how... Continue Reading →

My very very first digital drawing

This was the very first digital drawing I ever did, it's of the most beautiful person I know! Even though I don't think this flatters her at all 😂 I think I'm getting better at digital drawings now though...slowly ☺️

13 Sturridge Street Part 3 of 5

A few days pass and Jane and Steve are sat in their newly decorated, bare living room which still reeked of fresh paint (Steve hated this smell, it always gave him a headache). The room although brightly painted felt very cold and empty with only a sofa, and a TV propped up on an empty... Continue Reading →

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