Welcome to my little corner of the world.
It's nothing great.
I'm still wondering why you would come here.
But as long as you ARE here...
A little about me:
I love football and hockey (if you couldn't already tell).
I would like to maybe be a pilot someday (again, stating the obvious).
I love music. I play the tenor saxophone, and I'm learning the guitar.
As far as listening to music goes, I'll listen to just about anything that comes my way, but I definitely prefer the rock/alternative/punk genres, as well as bands that stand out by doing something different, maybe because I'm nonconformist as well.
With regards to drawing, I know I have a long ways to go. I'm no where near as good as I'd like to be, but I like to think of my gallery as a work in progress.
I'm more into sketching people at the moment, and I have a sketch in the works as we speak. I love studying the features of the human face and how they function to convey emotions. It's honestly fascinating!
At the moment, I'm enrolled in college to likely study Studio Art with a minor concentration in Graphic Design.
I guess I'm open for requests... a few people have asked me to draw something for them over the past few years, and it was a lot of fun to have that sense of purpose behind my artwork. So if you'd like something drawn, leave a comment or note or message or however you do these things. I can be pretty slow sometimes, but ask away and I'll do my best!
Oh, and I have a blog.
Well, it's rock/punk/alternative song/band/album/video suggestions.
The link is below.
Tell all your friends please... spread the word!
Comments are always appreciated and very much welcomed.
*"Where do I belong? Where do I fit? Who are my people? Where do my loyalties lie? We all choose our tribe. It's that need to belong, to live within boundaries, 'cause it's scary on the outside, on the fringes. Some labels are forced on us. They mock us, set us apart 'til we're like ghosts, drifting through other people's lives. But only if we let the labels hold. You can piss your whole life away trying out who you might be. It's when you've worked out who you are that you can really start to live."