Function AU: Leap

*SPOILER ALERT for original Function series! Also contains strong language and minor graphic scenes* Whether it was enough that Geoff had found her would boil down to this moment. Specifically, it would boil down to whether he had run fast enough from Copper, Wolf and Yeti to keep himself out of their line of sight. … Continue reading Function AU: Leap

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Function AU: Rail

*SPOILER ALERT for original Function series!* Also contains strong language. Janet took one look back at the trashed bus stops and trashier inhabitants, then a longer look at this bizarre device. She had been so long without a phone - and that had been for a reason. They, her, we had been the reason. But … Continue reading Function AU: Rail

Function AU: Well…

*SPOILER ALERT for original Function series!* Also contains scenes of a graphic nature. With ease, his vein-and-muscle minions wrestled Gordon's former brother into the mulch, and he listened to him quietly suffocating under the choking world. Strangely, he couldn't bring himself to eat his brother, or even retrieve the remains for later. It shouldn't have … Continue reading Function AU: Well…

#25yearsonearth: Jane (Cracked Pins/The Lifters) Short

"This is the year I stick around," Jane mused to herself. It was a promise she made herself every year around Christmas, though never the same date around Christmas and almost never on the day itself. Despite feeling the need of routine to prove her point, the rest of her existence had become utterly detached … Continue reading #25yearsonearth: Jane (Cracked Pins/The Lifters) Short

Jak Whitfield Creative in 2018

Hi there everyone, What a year. Life, physically and creatively, has continued to relentlessly surprise and challenge. I've met some amazing people in the process, both online and in-person; everlasting thanks goes to you who follow me on this site, as many of you are consistently reading and liking my bizarre writings and drawings, and … Continue reading Jak Whitfield Creative in 2018

Nanowrimo ‘17: Barry

Barry rubbed his face, smearing more of the soot away to reveal streaks of black and rusted metal. Upon closer inspection Geoff could also see the green of corroded copper in place of Barry’s left eye, though most of the covering had disappeared beneath the skin and later modifications. He chewed his lip, visibly stewing … Continue reading Nanowrimo ‘17: Barry

Nanowrimo ‘17: Scrapyard

Geoff contemplated what his own upgrade might look like. Never before had he considered becoming robotic, and even now it was purely from a desire to fit in, a survival instinct to conform. Percy and Matilda had chosen their adaptations for very practical reasons, yet all Geoff could think of was aesthetic - a scarier … Continue reading Nanowrimo ‘17: Scrapyard