Socar Myles (born in London, England) is an artist from Canada.
She has lived in Umeå, Sweden, and the area of Vancouver, Canada.
From the Second World Simulations website:
"My most recent work has been for Misguided Games (Children of the Sun) and Fantasy Flight Games (Dragonstar). About me and my art: if there's one thing I go for in my work, it's a sense of the bizarre. I like to create arresting images that make people stop and think...even if all they're thinking is "What the hell?". Often, I do this by putting rats in situations generally associated with human beings. I have an image of a rat staring forlornly into the sunset, for example, and one of a rat in a wedding dress. I combine the realistic with the stylized, the beautiful with the dark and frightening, and the ordinary with the extraordinary. My work has benefited from a lot of different influences--I have taken inspiration from Chinese prints, Japanese painting, traditional Italian and French academic painting, comic books, abstract expressionism, and the decorative and textile arts. In the end, however, whatever style I adopt, and whatever subject, I like to preserve a feeling of mystery, a sense of the odd and unimaginable."