|The piece of art that I put the largest amount of work into. I hope you like it|
A mix of allsorts can be found within!
Transport Photography (with many, many trains!)
More pictures! (Bridges! Signs! Cute Cat ! )
Fantasy Writing for Roleplay games and from my meandering imagination
Learner Level Art
|Pictures or Stories that make me smile, laugh, think, go "Wow" or all of the above!|
Sometime Scribbler (Trying to learn to draw properly!)
Sometime Swordsman (Grade 3 Epee)
Sometime Book Reviewer (Unound)
Sometime Martial Artist(Go Kan Ryu)
Full Time Creative (R Florida can get stuffed though)
Full Time Eccentric
Full Time Fun Lover
Full Time Railway Enthusiast
Full Time Tea Drinker
Full Time Sci Fi fan
Full Time Monty Python Fan
Full Time Friendly (If Tea Drinker requirement fulfilled)
Former Chemist (A-Level C)
Former Biologist (A-Level B)
Former Graphic Artist (GCSE E. Nuff' Said)
Former Transport Development Officer (1 cool year at LCC)
Former Actor (Too long, sadly missed )
Former Student (Geography and Transport)
Favorite Quotes (to be developed!):
"No other product of man's mind has ever exercised such a compelling hold upon the public's imagination as the steam locomotive. No other machine in its day has been a more faithful friend to mankind nor has contributed more to the growth of industry in this, the land of its birth and indeed throughout the whole world. Those who have lived in the steam age of railways will carry the most nostalgic memories right to the end."
The words of R.F. Hanks, Chairman of the Western Area Board of British Railways at a ceremony in Swindon Works on 18th March 1960, marking the end of steam locomotive construction in the UK with the completion and naming of 9F 2-10-0 No 92220 "Evening Star".
Current Residence: The Big Smoke
MP3 player of choice: My Phone- Now I've got it working!
Favourite cartoon character: Florence Ambrose