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Favorite visual artistAnne TeubertFavorite moviesPrincess Mononoke and Final Fantasy: Advent ChildrenFavorite TV showsRight now it's Soul Eater, it was Full Metal Alchemist. You get the ideaFavorite bands / musical artistsFrom Allen Stone to Macklemore to The Sword to Black Keys. Latest artist bought was Modest Mouse.Favorite books'Malazan Empire' series, BY FAR, written by the legendary Steven Erikson. Favorite writersSTEVEN ERIKSON, followed closely by Glen Cook :)Favorite gamesSince I've discovered I like to draw, none. But I was playing WoW for a while, and now I just have D3 on the side. Anything RPG and fantasy.Favorite gaming platformPS3Tools of the TradePencils, paper, imagination, and a little box it all goes in :)Other InterestsI love to ride my DRZ400 SM. It's a beautiful bike, when it's not in pieces haha. I like school as well, gives me time to sketch :)
Started painting pottery for Christmas presents, since they're affordable and come to find out, fun. Now, due to a recommendation from a friend, I have my own sketch pad, some pencils, and colored pencils. I'm good with none of them, but I find solace and joy at the same time. They don't have to listen, nor understand, and sure as hell don't talk back. I find solace and joy both when I draw. The challenge of it all spurs me on to see art in other mediums. My math, english, and diesel classes all have some form of art. I help my buddy build kerf cabinets. Art is everywhere, it's just how you view it. And art is changing my views.