Hello, welcome to my art gallery.
You can find lots of pics here. I'm a hobbiest, with a lot of interests. My top most favorite role-playing game is a wacky, old-school post-apocalyptic science fantasy called Gamma World. I'm also into the "retro-clone" movement, which is when someone takes an old game that is no longer published, and make a new new version that maintains the spirit of the original game. This is do in large part with the newer editions of Dungeons & Dragons, which sucks on all levels! (a lot of people dont even see that game as a true version of D&D) After years of sucky editions of Gamma World, someone made a "retro-clone" called Mutant Future - it well produced for a game you can download for free, and it is so awesome!
I'm also a fan of the Sword & Sorcery genre. A lot fantasy novels that was made lately have been a type of generic pseudo-Tolkien, High-fantasy dreck, that has been wearing thin on me for some time. The sucky pseudo-Tolkien, family-friendly, post-Gygaxian years of AD&D did not help much ether! Then I found the works of Edgar Rice Burroughs and Robert E. Howard. Their heroes are larger then life, and they done hit you over your head with modernized moral values. The works of Bob Howard is awesome - even his poetry is ballzy!
And finally, I'm a fan of the "real robot" giant-robot/mecha war fiction genre. I hate mecha that looks like polished, aerodynamic race cars, with super-tech that makes them omnipotent in battle. I like to see mecha & vehicles that looks realistic and war-torn - armed with weapons and equipment that are feasible. Hell, I also like mecha & vehicles that are utility or logistical in nature - like mine-sweepers, transport/recovery vehicles, electronic-warfare platforms, and so on.
Favourite genre of music: Hard-Rock, alternative, classical
Shell of choice: Turritellidae
Wallpaper of choice: I go though them like socks!
Favourite cartoon character: Mandy, Brock Samson, Wanda Maximoff (from Evolution)
Personal Quote: Their mybe no "I" in "TEAM", but you will still find "ME"!