Hello, guys! (And girls!)
I'm something of an animator, so most of my Deviations will be Computer Animated Models. I've also released some animated short films here: [link]
Despite being good at Animating with Google Sketchup, I want to be more of a writer and director. Not too hard, I've got loads of scripts ready to try to become movies. My animation skills are just my first step.
Okay, aside from movie-making, my interests include:
*Wall-E. Anyone who says anything negative about the movie, (With the exception of "If a spaceship generates it's own gravity and turns to the side, how does everything fall to the side?" Which is a fair argument,) give yourself a time-out.
*Daft Punk. Robots. In leather jackets. With guitars. The definition of epic.
*Firefly/Serenity. I hate it when people ask me my favorite TV show, because it's an unfair question. With old-west planets and sinister governments and cannibals and Blue Sun, Firefly would be my favorite TV show if it were allowed to last for more than 15 episodes. Which means my second choice has to be...
*Doctor Who. Tardis, Sonic Screwdriver, EX-TER-MIN-ATE!, Captain Jack Harkness, but David Tennant will always be my favorite Doctor.
*Kingdom Hearts. How can you go wrong with a young boy with a weapon that's a fusion between a Key and a Sword who travels to hundreds of planets that are really Disney Movies mixed with Final Fantasy characters, with Donald and Goofy as his allies in a bid to save the universe?
*CoopCrowd. Seriously, how can two brothers glitch a custom Portal 2 map so badly so often? Check out CoBros for CoopCrowd art.
*Pendragon. No, not Arthur, Bobby. Mark Dimond, Courtney Chetwynde, Uncle Press, "Hobey Ho, Let's Go, Spader!" Saint Dane, it's epic. Check out Pendragon for Pendragon art.
*Homestar Runner. "Welcome to Homestar Runner .net!" "...It's .com." "Oh, right. Homestar Runner .net. It's .com!"
*Mystery Science Theater 3000. Cambot! Gypsy! Tom Servo! Croooow! (Joel's my favorite)
*Star Trek: The Next Generation. I am probably one of the only people here who actually likes Wesley Crusher, but not the only person who loves Lieutenant Commander Data. (DAY-tah, not DAH-tah.)
*Disneyland. I'm a thrill seeker, so you'd usually find me on one of the more intense attractions: Space Mountain, Tower of Terror, Temple of the Forbidden Eye, Star Tours II (Though I do miss Captain Rex), California Screamin', Radiator Springs Racers, and so on.
*Star Wars. A New Hope, classic. DON'T CHANGE IT. Empire Strikes Back, one of the few sequels BETTER than the origional. Return of the Jedi, eh, pretty good. (But now, every time someone mentions Princess Leia... well, you get the idea.) Phantom Menace... wow. Really? REALLY? Jar Jar Binks, there's your problem right there! Attack of the Clones, okay, getting better. A decent flick, and Yoda fighting was epic. Revenge of the Sith, definitley the best of the prequels. Episode 7... good luck.
*Doctor Horrible's Sing-Along Blog. (Sing it with me) It's a Brand New Day, and the sun is high, all the birds are singing that you're gonna die! How I hesitated, now I wonder why it's a Brand New Day!
*The Avengers. Okay. I think everyone on the planet agrees. "That man is playing Galaga!" "Doth Mother know you weareth her drapes?" "Let us know if REAL power wants a magazine or something." Also, world record: First movie where the Hulk doesn't suck!
*X-Men. If you could have the power of any of the Mutants, good or evil, who would it be? I'd pick Magneto.
*Fantastic Four. Super Heroes plus Science equals Spectacular.
*Spider-Man. My favorite Super Hero. Ultimate Spider-Man is the best, and the movie trilogy was great (Aside from Spider-Man 3, which sucked), but I'm skeptical about the new movie because I prefer Tobey Macguire over this new guy. Shouldn't he be dating Mary Jane instead of Gwen Stacy, anyway? Let's face it, Gwen, we all know what's going to happen.
*LEGO. Is there anything these blocks can't do?
*Inception. I mean, WEAPONIZING THE PENROSE STAIRS for crying out loud. A dream within a dream within a dream within a dream.
...(sighs in relief.) Okay, so that about wraps up everything about me. See you later!