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Here’s some pages from my first published comic, Bend It Like Becket, which I made on behalf of the University of Dundee and Ink Pot Studios. The comic was written by Olivia Hicks and forms part of the girls comics anthology Wilma. It also features lots of medieval ladies, which were fun to draw.

Edinburgh has now got a brand new zine library and I made some posters and leaflets to advertise their launch event. I also made this informative zine about my cat Ted on the opening night. You can find out more about the zine library at https://edinburghzinelibrary.wordpress.com/

More designs and doodles from my ‘drawing a day’ project this month. I’m enjoying it so much I’m going to keep right on going through March and beyond! Here are days 11 – 20.

more images of the Space Girl design/ collage I completed recently... with a liberal sprinkling of gifs. yeah!

Here's a few designs I've just completed for an exhibition of my work, starting on 5 January at the Good Spirits co. in Glasgow (look 'em up!). The original drawings will be for sale, and I'll have prints on offer in my Etsy shop (look it up too!).

Here’s a few of the 21 images I produced for a children’s book on behalf of Roshni, a charity dedicated to working with children, young people and vulnerable adults within minority ethnic communities across Scotland.

The book is one of a series of nine, with each focusing on a different issue that would normally be difficult to discuss with young children. The subject of this particular book is neglect. The project was a collaborative effort with the charity, as I was provided the text for the story and given backgrounds for each of the characters.

Made a little print for my big brother and his wife - they got married this week! All the guests got a little cactus as a present.

I recently finished this piece for a love struck lobster who wanted an anniversary present for his lovely lady. Who says romance is dead?

Pa pa pa paaaaaa! My kitchen print is complete. Looking forward to getting this printed up, super size!

My copy of Poor Lass Zine arrived this morning! With a lovely thank you note in the back. Well chuffed.

First four designs based on traditional British biscuits. These have been quite popular so think I'm going to expand the collection.

A series of drafts created for a recent commission. The client wanted sea, sand and jellyfish!