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Miggie_P

24 M Orlando, FL

I’m looking for

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  • Ages 19–26
  • Near me
  • Who are single
  • For new friends, long-term dating, short-term dating

My Details

Last Online
Today – 4:41pm
Orientation
Straight
Ethnicity
Hispanic / Latin, White
Height
6′ 0″ (1.83m)
Body Type
Average
Diet
Strictly anything
Smokes
No
Drinks
Socially
Drugs
Never
Religion
Sign
Cancer, and it’s fun to think about
Education
Working on university
Job
Student
Income
Relationship Status
Single
Relationship Type
Strictly monogamous
Offspring
Doesn’t have kids, but wants them
Pets
Likes dogs and likes cats
Speaks
English

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My self-summary
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I used to be IrateArtist on this site, but everyone kept asking why I was so angry. I'm not angry enough of a person to hold that in a title, so I'm starting fresh with this profile.

Hi!!!

My name is Miguel.
Im an artist.
Stroke survivor.
Lover of many things Japanese.
Originally from South Florida.
Essentially the male counterpart of the Crazy Cat Lady(If i could actually own them I would be in trouble.)
I enjoy the finer things in life like Star Trek, Godzilla, a good indie game, cartoons, anime, manga, comics and Sci-Fi.
FUN FACT: Every morning I wake up to Come on Eileen by Dexys midnight runners

I'm a big fan of nature and enjoy going on adventures with camera in hand to get shots of mother nature at her best.
I think its a healthy hobby for an artist to have especially when you are an illustrator that sits behind a desk for hours in a day. Going out shooting allows me to get out of my comfort zone and do some meditating. It also lets me fish for ideas and seek out that which inspires me.

I used to actually be more of a digital artist but after working my ass off for the 2014 UCF BFA show I wound up being left with a very empty feeling and actually found out that the further away from the computer the more relaxed I am. Now my creative process begins exclusively with a pencil, paper and some ink. I find it keeps my ideas pure and true to the original concept more than if I were to start on a computer. Now for coloring, I usually scan it in and do that digitally but thats a different story.
What I’m doing with my life
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Currently enrolled in SVAD at UCF in my last semester, getting my BFA in studio art with focus in illustration, After that I plan on interning or doing an apprenticeship at one of the many animation studios in California. I hope to move out there and work with the teams making the cartoons that wind up on Cartoon Network or Disney. I also wouldn't be against working on illustrations for children's books or helping with art direction in video games. I basically want to become an art mercenary working for the highest bidder.

Later on, after a few years of working in a secure job, I hope be able to work remotely from Washington State and live out in the woods with a personal studio that is separate from the house I live in. But thats a small window into my wishful thinking 10-15 year plan.

Outside of Illustration I am pursuing a huge interest in the art of printmaking, specifically woodblock printmaking. In the grouping of woodblock printmaking I am extremely interested in doing Japanese Ukiyo-e prints as a sort of extracurricular activity. It will be my wine and painting after a long day of work. I think way draws me to it is that the process of carving the block, making the paper and printing the work is a very physical and messy process that directly opposes the cleanliness of being an illustrator that works digitally.
I’m really good at
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Art, I'd be S.O.L. if I wasn't. Haha
I'm good at being the comedian, I am almost always cracking jokes and not dwelling on things too much. Being a complete nerd... Singing in Rockband because I suck at every other instrument :-p.
Car singing, or singing to whatever mundane activities I may be doing. Sometimes I drive around town with no destination just so I can sing in my car.
Finding quirky and interesting board games.
Im really good at being complete shit at cards against humanity.
The first things people usually notice about me
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My Wooden Teeth and peg-leg i suppose. I couldn't commit to the eye patch though.

In all seriousness they'd probably notice that I am looking them in the eyes when i talk, that I'm smiling because I have found optimism in this world, which has made me much happier of a person. Also, there may be a slight chance that my hands are stained with pigment from working on art.
Favorite books, movies, shows, music, and food
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Being a self proclaimed nerd I tend to buy into a lot of the Sci-Fi and fantasy media.

I'm not a big fan of books, I tend to stick with comics when it comes to finding a read. I like to read a lot of indie stuff by creators like Doug Tennapel, Jeff Smith, Bryan Lee O'mally and Justin Peterson. Fables and Walking Dead are the two series that I enjoy the most.

When it comes to movies I love way to many to list them all. I love watching them and will sit through just about anything. I love anything by Studio Ghibli or Hayao Miyazaki. I enjoy movies like Snatch, Seven Samurai, Predator, Tron, Pacific Rim, Godzilla movies, The Star Trek Movies (both new and old), Rocky, Serenity I can go on and on, my tastes are quite eclectic when it comes to movies but not as random as my music preferences. I love all music, from punk rock to electronic to folk music to rap. And before you ask me, yes I do love that song by (insert artist or band here).

I listen to a lot of instrumental scores that more so when im drawing but that habit has seeped into my everyday listening. I enjoy music creators like Joe Hisaishi, Koji Kondo, Austin Wintory, Peter McConnell, Disasterpiece, Jim Guthrie, Mogwai and the list goes on into obscurity.

Television shows are what I'm really into, I often put on old shows that I have seen a dozen times while I draw. Some of my favorites are Star Trek, both TOS and TNG (Kirk is my captain of choice but I love the way that episodes flow in TNG), Firefly, Twin Peaks, Game of Thrones, Always Sunny, Wilfred, and arrested development.

I also watch a lot of cartoons and anime. I enjoy Venture Bros., Metalocalypse, Adventure Time, the misadventures of Flapjack, Gravity Falls, any old cartoons like Ed, Edd, & Eddy and Ren & Stimpy. In the anime field I watch stuff like Cowboy Bebop, Gurren Lagann, Trigun(I'm big into the space western genre), Attack on Titan, Kill la Kill and FLCL.

Videogames(dating profile DLC):
I play a lot of old video games and indie games because, nostalgia. In all seriousness though, the AAA game industry today saddens me, I'm glad that the indie scene is getting more recognition because, it really deserves it. Indie developers actually pour their heart and soul into these games and I can appreciate that being a sort of indie artist myself. My top favorite video games(in no order) would be. The Shadow of the Colossus, The Legend of Zelda(nes), Metal Gear Solid, Silent Hill 1 and Mike Tyson's Punch Out. The Earthbound/Mother Series is a new and welcomed addition to my favorites list of games

As for indie games the list goes on and on, I haven't come across an indie game that I dislike yet. I really have a strong love for that video game company and their games Journey, Flow and Flora. I love anything by Double Fine Productions, same goes for Edmund Mcmillen and Team Meat, Im psyched for Binding of Isaac: Rebirth. I love FTL, Swords and Sworcery EP, VVVVVV, Lone Survivor, Fez, Cave Story, Braid I could go on and on, but Ill stop here.
I think what draws me towards indie developers is that I grew up in the same generation that they came from and I view to their games as love letters to that era of video games. Plus, they are the only creators willing to make anything interesting and different as apposed to the cookie cutter bullshit released nowadays.
The six things I could never do without
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1.)My ability to create art - If I couldn't express myself in this medium I would cease to exist and become a joyless husk.

2.)Family - Comes with being a hispanic, family is very important to me and whenever I'm in hard times they always have my back and will come to support me and the choices I make.

3.)Herbal Tea - Does the trick for relaxing me after a long day.

4.)Animals - Do I really need to explain, animals are the best, and they just add so many feels to any situation.

5.)Bananas - Best snack ever, you could say im Bananas for them.... Don't forget to tip you waiter. -_-

6.)My Ninja blender - For delicious breakfast fruit smoothies.
I spend a lot of time thinking about
Global warming, lunch, or your next vacation… it’s all fair game.
Why do people refuse to smile in photos?
On a typical Friday night I am
Netflix and takeout, or getting your party on — how do you let loose?
Doing school projects, sipping on herbal tea.
Because Im one responsible mofo.
That happens when you're a BFA student.

http://www.reddit.com/r/shittyfoodporn + Me = Dead
The most private thing I’m willing to admit
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I suffer from slight hemiparalysis on the left side of my body.

Whats hemiparalysis you ask? By definition it is paralysis on only one side of the body, which doesn't entirely explain my condition. The effect that it has on me is the same as if I had broken my hand. In fact 9 out of 10 people that I come into contact with think I broke my arm or something. That is pretty much what it has been like, my hemiparalysis pretty much means that Im a guy with a permanently broken hand that has a tendency to trip over air like a clutz. It has never stopped me from doing anything, I've played guitar, basketball, I still go running and bike riding on occasion. Ive lived with it for nearly my whole life so it is my normal. This condition developed after I had a stroke when I was three, which was a freak occurrence. I know most of my family and most of my close friends view it as a debilitating, negative thing but I see it in a completely opposite way. That stroke helped me develop and mature at a much younger age than most kids. It gave me an appreciation for life that most people I acquaint myself with don't have. Instead of dwelling on it and letting it drag me down, I just deal with it and continue living.

I get asked a lot about if I had the chance to do stem cell and fix it or have an opportunity for a fully functioning left arm or get a cyborg arm, Would I?

To answer that question, no I wouldn't. I've lived with this for so long that to get a quick fix would be like going through the struggle of climbing a mountain and at the 3/4 mark you find an elevator, that you can take up to the finish point making the entire first part of your journey all for naught. The way I see it, life put me on this path and Im gonna follow it through brah. Plus the idea of everything working as it should, no disabilities or handicaps, freaks me the fuck out. This is my normal, even though my normal is broken to the "normal person", Im used to it, changing up my routine because I now have a working arm would probably screw me up. However, I would totally get a cyborg arm, put all my tools in it and shit. USB Thumb drive thumb, can I get a hell yeah.... but It probably wouldn't work properly because its a brain thing not an arm thing so my theory is I'd wind up with a bugged out cyborg arm. lol

Well, I think Im done here, now that I have probably depressed you or scared you away, Have a great day.
You should message me if
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You root for team beard.
You have interests in things like anime or a nerdy disposition.
You understand the lifestyle of an artist.
IDK, you read this far, would it really hurt to shoot me a "Hey, Hows it going?"