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November 17, 1992
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Crazy mole >:)
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Gosh, this guy is so creepy. I'll probably see him in my nightmares tonight You know, i have some little visual headcanons about him. I think that Flowey can stretch and move his stalk like a snake (quite interesting to try animating it) and sharpen his petals, especially in his creepy mode.
Favorite visual artistStanislav Plutenko, Escher, Wojtek Siudmak, Dali and hundreds of other amazingly talented peopleFavorite moviesTim Burton movies, Disney and Pixar animationFavorite TV showsSteven Universe, My little pony, Over the garden wall, Adventure time, Gravity fallsFavorite bands / musical artistsThe Birthday Massacre, Infected Mushroom, L'ame Immortelle, IAMX, Renegade Five, Steam powered giraffe, Otto DixFavorite booksEarthsea series (Ursula K. Le Guin), Discworld series (Terry Pratchett), Warm bodies ( Isaac Marion), Howl's Moving Castle (Diana Wynne Jones)Favorite writersAzimov, Saimak, Terry Pratchett, Maria Semenova, Ursula Le GuinFavorite gamesTelltale games, Mass Effect, HOMM 3, 4, RPG maker gamesFavorite gaming platformPCOther Interestsarchitecture, drawing, animation, sculpture, boring people with my noisy nature and scepticism