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Gaming3dArtist

26 M Riverton, NJ

My Details

Last Online
Jul 27
Orientation
Straight
Ethnicity
White
Height
5′ 10″ (1.78m)
Body Type
Thin
Diet
Mostly vegetarian
Smokes
No
Drinks
Not at all
Drugs
Never
Religion
Atheism
Sign
Education
Graduated from university
Job
Other
Income
Relationship Status
Seeing Someone
Relationship Type
Offspring
Doesn’t have kids, but wants them
Pets
Likes dogs and likes cats
Speaks
English (Fluently), Spanish (Poorly)

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My self-summary
I'm an animator, humanist, and Nintendo fan. I love science, art, and learning. My best friends are people that love good art, regardless of the medium that it is presented on. (Film, literature, videogames, theater, comics, Fine Art, etc.) Small-mindedness toward any one makes me frumious. (Unfortunately, there are people that just refuse to attend a play, read a book, or experience a game... What an easy way to miss out on the great masterpieces of humanity.)

Even though I'm an artist, most of my heroes are science communicators like Carl Sagan. At root, I'm basically an education junkie, here to learn what I can.
What I’m doing with my life
Working full-time to pay off my student loans asap. (Nearly done!) Looking into applying for a design patent. I do really cool costumes on the side. You wouldn't even believe they're real! :D

My range in art has been very eclectic. I've done everything from portraits to theater, poetry to video editing, pixel art to web design, conceptual art, sculpture, origami, abstract art and performance art, etc. I'm not just a 3D artist/animator, so please excuse the slight misnomer. That was just my primary focus at Rutgers and career goal.
I’m really good at
Art and 3d animation. And Entmooting. Overusing parenthesis so I can expound on my my run-on thoughts and expect people to return to previous ones. Analytical thinking and problem solving are my idea of a good time.

My idea of a bad time is watching strangers play sports on television, with a few exceptions. I don't mind as much watching track-and-field or Olympics-type events sparingly. (I ran for all 12 seasons of high school, animators like watching people animate, and it's not so bad to watch the best in the world do what they do sometimes.)
The first things people usually notice about me
I tend to hear about my tulgey brown hair (when I let it grow out a bit) or my thin physique. I've got a runner's body even though I don't run much anymore.

I'm kind of academicky but also very informal. Even if I have a lot to say, I tend towards being a listening person. I'll talk about animals/dinosaurs, history, astronomy, philosophy/logic, superheroes or whatever the heck else my brain has retained information on... all day, if you don't try to stop me, however.
Favorite books, movies, shows, music, and food
Books: Hitchhikers Guide to the Galaxy, Micheal Crichton books, Batman: Year One, Animorphs, The Hobbit, The Lord of the Rings, Calvin and Hobbes, Max Brooks' zombie series, Harry Potter, JTHM, Squee, I Feel Sick, The Walking Dead, xkcd (Yes, I have it in book form!), Edgar Allan Poe-try, Jabberwocky (I ought to read Alice sometime... and some Verne... and Lovecraft... and this list will be a lot longer if I don't stop now.)

Films: Aliens, Night of the Living Dead, Jurassic Park, Who Framed Roger Rabbit, The Nightmare Before Christmas, Star Wars, Edward Scissorhands, Jaws, The Iron Giant, The Lord of the Rings, Terminator, Toy Story, Back to the Future, Pirates of the Caribbean, Wreck-It Ralph, Marvel Cinematic Universe series, Sunshine, Batman Returns, Nolan's Dark Knight series, Mask of the Phantasm, Groundhog Day, The Blair Witch Project, Bill and Ted's Excellent Adventure, Serenity, District 9, The Thing, Zombieland, Buried, Primer, Little Shop of Horrors, King of Kong, Garlan Hulse: Where Potential Lives, Indiana Jones

Shows: Firefly, Invader Zim, Cosmos: A Personal Voyage, Mythbusters, The Melancholy of Haruhi Suzumiya, Batman: The Animated Series, Justice League Unlimited, Face-Off, Teen Titans, Survivorman, documentaries, Nerdy Nummies, House, Bill Nye the Science Guy, Clone Wars, Young Justice, The Muppet Show, TEDtalks, Batman Beyond

Music: Koji Kondo, Weird Al, REM, Strawberry Flower, Dragonforce, Tim Minchin. I don't care much about genre, I just enjoy good music and lyrics. On some nights, 103.3 is the most frabjously surreal station on the radio.

Food: Bacon (bacon sundae, bacon pancakes, etc. but absolutely no other meats), ice cream, pancakes/waffles, funnel cake, Goldfish, soft pretzels, green tea.

Gaming: Super Smash Bros, Mario Kart, Metroid, Pikmin, Zelda, Cave Story, the Arkham series... More games than I care to sit here and list! The best ones are the most creative. (Don't forget the classics too! I've got a big library that my friends like to dig through.)
The six things I could never do without
Learning, teaching, society, the arts, the stuffs which keep you alive, and the fruits of science. (I could have just said "humanism" and gotten a few more choices, couldn't I?)

Did I forget my towel?
I spend a lot of time thinking about
Phylogeny. Running. Etymology. Zombie survival. Defenestration. Lines. Time-travel paradoxes. Puns. Super powers. Ethics. Knolling. The convergent evolution of wings. Portmanteaus. Historical chess variants. Things to put bacon or cinnamon in. What is acceptable to recycle or not. Climbing things. What art means. Museum-quality archival preservation of objects. How many more sounds I could make if I was a lyre bird. Locomotion. Philosophy. Hypotheticals. What different things look like in slow motion. Objectively discerned-morality and ethics. Creating analogies. Social norms and how to work around them. Why everyone wears blue jeans and not other colors. How to protect the environment when people do not care than do. Why don't people remake bad movies with potential instead of amazing ones that they can't hope to compete with?
On a typical Friday night I am
...trying to make the most of it.

And sometimes, I might even be successful!
The most private thing I’m willing to admit
I was terrible at math until Pokémon came out in the late 90s and love it now. Before then, numbers were abstract things that I couldn't really focus on. Now, I use my powers of geometry for the forces of animation!

You'd probably call me a picky eater and I categorically won't eat a lot of foods for absolutely superficial lifelong reasons. I try pretty hard to eat the healthiest that I'm able to, though. (Not that I'm in danger of either gaining weight or dieing from malnutrition in the foreseeable future or anything. Just trying to be responsible, you know? :D)

It's not a secret or anything, but I don't have any supernatural beliefs. (Ghosts, deities, psychics, etc.) In any case, I'm more interested in why people believe things than what they believe. Thusly, I end conversation at any type of presuppositionalism. I enjoy talking about this type of thing, but only if we can still be friends at the end of the day, ok?

I don't eat bacon as often as my profile might otherwise have you believe. If you watched me for a month or so, you'd likely conclude that I'm a vegetarian. It's my favorite food, but I'm aware that it isn't healthy or carbon-friendly. Not that I would ever pass it up, though...
I’m looking for
  • Girls who like guys
  • Ages 22–27
  • Near me
  • For new friends
You should message me if
...you should message me.
A tautophrase is a tautophrase.

You're a dependable geeky person who loves life and people. I love to hear about other people's passions. Most people are trained to restrain their elation over the things that drive them, but I'm a learner. I want to know what makes life worthwhile to others.