You know, not all that good at simply approaching people. Not a problem 15 minutes after but the initial impact is always a bit frightening.
I'm interested in the military, medieval reenacting.
I play the guitar and I draw VERY occasionally, mostly anthro, for most of the time I work on 3d projects.
I like to smile. By smile, i mean try to see things optimistically. Life is short and generally doesn't spoil us, why ruin it with more sad?
I also suck at writing these descriptions, apparently :)
I don't like to hurry, even despite the fact some time might have been lost already.
Still, I'm happy that I finally found something that I'm good at and is a profitable perspective.
Speaking of 3d modelling, texturing and animation. It's something surly worth of studies, but even now people say I'm good. But yea, what they say and what i aspire for are two different worlds, isn't that right? Must self improve :)
People say I'm good at modeling and texturing, but anyone who puts as much time and heart into anything they get similar effects - still...
Let's leave it at that. Might try to convince you I'm good with empathy and caring for others, but I'd rather let it surface by practice rather than throw empty promises.
(quite convinient of me to just leave it like that in the open, sigh)
Don't spoil the joy of discovering by a description, find out.
As for movies?
Romantic-comedys are my favorite genre. I'm such a sucker for happy endings. As for specifics...Well, surly "Fox and Hound" (the first one) and "Forrest Gump", than again the latter is my little bridge between romantic-comedys and war movies. But all guys like war movies soo thats no biggie, yea?
And ofcourse "How to tame a dragon"! But that's for a longer conversation on how pixar tends to just hit the sweetspot with older male audience :)
Music. I used to like speed and symphonical metal when i was younger, now i enjoy basically everything with a mighty affinity for regular classic (orchestral or solo piano/violin) and classic rock (the "good 'ol" classic rock). Beatles, Led Zeppelin, Rolling Stones, Aerosmith, some Guns and Roses...
Oh and food ofcourse. I guess anything that ain't complex and too fancy. Simple meals.
Logic to know what to do.
Computers to keep me occupied.
Coffee to keep me awake.
Air for good company.
Peace, becouse without peace life would be violent and all would be lost.
I really like to stroll down the memory lane, when i was too short to press the buttons in the elevator :)
I think i'm more optimistic about the past than the future though. Future is something uncertain, you don't know how nice the pats will be or how painfull the blows, the past is easier.
Future seems secure only when you hope it will repeate the past, imagining yourself living through all the fleeting good moments again :)
Bah, there i go on my little tangent...
All by myself,
No one to walk with,
But I'm happy on the shelf
I'm savin' my love for you"
Can't say I don't enjoy parties, I just never hurrled myself into them too often soo I don't really know much.
Heh, yea. Figured i might aswell do some more work since i'm not giving myself away for that special someone.
Thus I work a lot on my hobbies and projects to fill that spare time I'm not giving away.
But for fridays specifically, it's either going early to sleep for morning saturday work or staying up late to fix some additional projects.
Would also solve the problem that we are not simple beings and tend to have complex concepts of what is private .
If you went through this far, i guess you allready made up your mind :)
If you haven't and would rather settle for a simple one-liner to convince you to talk to me anyways... Than i'm sorry but i cannot deliver that. Some things just aren't simple and require time and effort :)
Still, please do write. I mean, what there to lose? How much there is to be discovered or learned?