I'm a recent graduate with a PhD in Geology from University of Auckland, New Zealand. I'm going to fill this up with random musings about food, video games, science, politics, and whatever else is bugging me.
Nan Desu Kan provided a very busy weekend of geeky activity. We have already posted some of our photos and the first of our interviews. Watch this space for additional interviews, articles, and panel recordings. For this week’s article, I’m going to concentrate on my geeky life outside of the convention world.
I wrote a bit about my geeky week, including watching lots of anime and having an unreasonible number of StreetPasses with my 3DS last weekend.
I’ve made a tag for all the presentations, workshops, panels, walkthroughs and timelapse videos I’ve made, so you can browse them whenever you’re looking for inspiration or heady conceptual exercises or a soothing narration about watercolour pigments. Click here to see them all!
In my other life I’m a professional illustrator, and I do panels, give workshops and post walkthroughs of that and other such stuff on my illustration blog. Now I’ve collected them all into one place, for anyone who’s interested to browse easily!
Hello everyone! This past weekend we tried to have a bit of a geeky garage sale. This kept me away from writing my article last week, but unfortunately was not terribly successful from a monetary point of view. Anyways, since the last time that we talked, I finished watching a series, and decided to pick up my DS for further turn-based adventures