Current Residence: Houston, TX Favourite genre of music: Nu Metal. Favourite photographer: Perry Gallagher. Favourite style of art: Mixed Media. Operating System: Windows 7 on a Gateway FX MP3 player of choice: Windows Media Player. Shell of choice: Nautilus. Skin of choice: My lover's. Favourite cartoon character: Vash the Stampede. Personal Quote: "What man is a man who does not make the world better?" Balian - Kingdom of Heaven
Favourite Visual Artist
Kingdom of Heaven
Favourite Bands / Musical Artists
Band: Metallica. Musician: Harry Gregson Williams.
Poet: Edgar Allan Poe. Writer: Michael Crichton.
Final Fantasy VII.
Favourite Gaming Platform
Tools of the Trade
Microtip Pens, a Canon Powershot, PrismaColor pens and pencils, and PhotoImpression 4. Or a keyboard
Creative writing, art in general, music of most genres, eastern philosophy, martial arts, gaming.
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