Favourite genre of music: Rock (hard rock/funk rock), Thrash Metal Favourite style of art: Pixel art, probably. Operating System: Windows 7 Ultimate SP1 (x86/x64), Debian/Arch Linux feat. Openbox3 & tint2 MP3 player of choice: iTunes (OS X), WinAMP (Win), MOC (Linux) Personal Quote: "To avoid criticism, do nothing, say nothing, and be nothing." - Elbert Hubbard
Favourite Visual Artist
I can not give an honest answer to this anymore.
Favourite Bands / Musical Artists
Chris Hülsbeck, Ramones, The Doors, Jimi Hendrix, Led Zeppelin, Rush, Red Hot Chili Peppers
In a way I didn't want to write this because "Wow, that was from May 15, 2006?! That was nearly seven years ago! Holy fuck, I was only fifteen!"
But that kind of thing is holding me back lmfao (I constantly grasp at those years, even as recent as 2010, because I recall being way happier, trying to stop this... though 2008/2009 are two big ones too)
I'm just chiming in with why my output's so low, lately: Honestly, I have a lot of trouble enjoying DA these days. I stumble across old users, old things I liked, possibly random things I saved and thought "Hey, I wonder what this person's up to?" only to... well, see they've nuked everything / t
About Fractals: google 'fractal' and you will find many sites that provide programs where all you do is enter the peramitiers and a picture of the fractal sort of pops out. With practice, you can learn to control what comes out, combine fractals and then add artwork of your own. If you do not own an art program, download a good SAFE one: paint.net and GIMP. Just google them. With these two programs and the fractal program you choose, you are only limited by your imagination and time. akastardotstar (gregory).