I like illustration and sequential arts and am mostly self-taught in both. However, I have an extensive background in the classic fine arts, ceramics, print making, jewelry smiting and more. Taught myself to make stuffed animals and dolls, sew clothes and accessories, crochet, embroider and more.
I like Science Fiction, Comedy, the hair metal movement, video games, science, every single animal
I love invertebrates as pets. I've always loved them and now I have SO MANY: Praying mantids, isopods, the mealworms and flies are a bonus. But if I could, I would probably have a large parrot and play with it all day every day. Or a ranch with cassowaries in Australia. I wish I could move to Australia. I'd even live in the outback, just to be there.
I like all kinds of music, but my favorite is what ever song I hear next that I've never heard before. But classic rock is usually a safe bet. Proto-punk and proto-metal and proto-goth. Hippy Dippy folk music, and really old (1900-1940) pop music is always a blast.
Okay, specifics: Tame Impala, MGNT, Electric Light Orchestra, T. Rex, Echo and the Bunnymen, The Gorillaz, Franz Ferdinand, Muse, Queens of the Stone Age, Arcade Fire, Sunset Rubdown, Crystal Castles, Neutral Milk Hotel,
My favorite tv shows are Rick and Morty, Steven Universe, The Good Place - shows so good I'll actually watch them on tv or on the network's streaming service. Big long time fan of Adult Swim as a mini-network.
If I'm in the mood for something more mainstream: Dateline and MTV Catfish
On netflix I like the new She-ra (the old one is good too, don't front), Hilda, Star Trek, Bojack Horseman, Aggretsuko, Neo Yokio, The Unbreakable Kimmy Schmidt,
I spend most my time watching youtube, though. Captain Disillusion, all the PBS channels, Teir Zoo. Stern Du Tube is just a bunch of cool video compilations, but it feels so good on my ADD and I watch like 3 hours of it a week.
Mirrormask has been my favorite movie for over a decade. Spirited Away is my other favorite movie and they're actually very similar, if you think about it.
also good -Dr. Horrible's Sing-Along Blog (2008) -No Country for Old Men -The Sixth Sense (1999) -The Adventures of Priscilla, Queen of the Desert (1994) -all the mad max movies but esp. the second one -Trick or Treat (1986) -Super Duper Alice Cooper -Contact (1997) -Hook (1991) -Little Monsters (1989) -Interview with the Vampire (1994) -The Little Vampire (2000) -Scooby-Doo (2002) (it's literally good though) -Ferngully -Atlantis: the lost Empire -Lilo and Stitch -Treasure Planet -Angel's Egg (1985) -Coco (2017) -Mune (2014) -Moon (2009) -Chappie (2015)
-Pokemon, Digimon, Tamagotchi -Niche: genetics survival game -Spore (Sequel when??) -Overwatch -Minecraft -Starbound -The Sims -Nintendogs -Cities: Skylines -Stardew Valley (Harvest moon but you're allowed to be gay) -Undertale - Hylics
-I'm very allergic to cat dander/saliva/poop, so anything made of fiber that came in contact/was kept/stored in the same area a cat had free roam isn't going to be something I can keep in my living area -positive affirmations and quotes -slime -those squishable things tbh -pink, but I understand that most people's stashes are kawaii/girly so I'm understanding -99% of all anime - I listed some that I like above -Christian stuff -Church of Scientology / ancient aliens stuff - symbols of colonialism and imperialism -I like punk and metal and rebel movement stuff a lot, but NO 'repurposed' nazi graphic designs / iconography and NO confederate flags: idk if I even need to say this so I will just to be sure, since a lot of Europeans don't know what the confederate flag represents and a lot of people in Asia (and British youth?) aren't familiar with nazi symbols. I'm talking the eagles, double lightening bolts, crosses, ect.
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