High 20's, Male, Christian, Introverted, creative, gamer, programmer
My main hobby is videogaming, though I've lately been branching into anime/movies/television to catch up on what I've been missing. Pretty particular with my likes, but in general I like Nintendo's work and the superhero genre. Creative, like games of all kinds and have made my own simple board/computer/card games, or had ideas for them, or modified existing ones with ideas to make it better or more interesting.
I have been wanting for awhile to improve my drawing skills. Mainly doodled cartoons in the past, but wanting to move to drawing videogame/anime type comics in a more manga art style. I'm still pretty rough, but I figure the best way to get better is to practice and start drawing and posting the art. We'll see if I can keep up with it amongst my other to-do's.
I plan on starting with drawing some comics of the Disney Movie, Frozen. I enjoyed the movie, and additionally I feel like there's room in the movie to add comics to 'explain' the story more or clarify the details. After watching it not too long ago, my friends agreed that different questions remained unanswered such as "What was Elsa doing in her room all that time?". I think exploring that would be a fun place to start my comics, keeping a light and semi-serious tone throughout. I plan on answering such questions in a believable fashion and taking different liberties with the story, I'm sure the hardcore enthusiast would question the decision of some of the story arcs, but say it's like an alternative universe or a what-if? kind of scenario. Or something, just be forewarned that it likely won't agree with everyone or ~totally make sense Some of it will include or imply to spoiler content, but since I'll be deviating from the original story in some cases, it won't be 100% accurate spoilers. Or maybe it will. You've been forewarned.
Current Residence: US
Movies: Jackie Chan, Kids animated, superhero
Music: Anime/Videogame, Vocaloid, Christian worship/contemporary/hymns, Christmas