Author has written 13 stories for Silverwing, Happy Feet, Portal, and Kung Fu Panda.
I am a 20-year-old University student, currently enrolled in Software Engineering, who enjoys programming, writing, singing, piano, chess, video games, and bending the world to my will. When I'm not busy with school or work, I generally split my time between creative writing projects and software development projects (which include a self-made first-person shooter). I like to think of myself as funny, smart, and attractive, but I'm really only ever two of those things at any one time—which two are in the eyes of the beholder.
I've recently re-watched, and subsequently fallen back in love with, the Kung Fu Panda franchise, which has given me a whole host of ideas for potential stories. Due to a lack of available free time, however, it could be quite a while before these stories are realized. School, work, family problems, and my competing programming hobby are all fighting for my attention at the moment, but I hope to get some new stories up soon.
In the mean time, I came across a few Legends of Awesomeness episodes on Youtube. Being a big Kung Fu Panda fan, I was originally quite excited to watch them, as I had never seen the show before. Expecting some more great adventures involving my favourite characters from the movies, I watched a few episodes only to be greatly disappointed by what I saw: The characters were pale imitations of themselves, the writing was shoddy at best, and I always finished each episode feeling as though I had wasted a great deal of time.
This experience has served as the foundation for my Realistic Reconstructions series, which aims to take these episodes and improve them through heavy doses of sarcasm and other humorous devices. I've already written parodies for The Bride of Po and The Way of The Prawn, and I've had so much fun with them that I may just write a few more, even at the cost of having to watch some of those terrible episodes again. In particular, I was thinking The Midnight Stranger had a lot of parody potential.
When I get bored with that, I plan to move on to a few more serious stories I have planned. One of these is a longer, full-length fiction, which introduces a new villain and a new moral dilemma for Po, and the rest are shorter stories that simply expand on some small thought that struck me one day (or, more commonly, at night while I was trying to sleep).
Besides the Kung Fu Panda stories, I was debating whether to flesh out a Starclimber sequel I've been playing with or to return to my Wheatley's Broadcasts story and turn it into a proper, full-length piece. Both are interesting ideas to me, but I'm currently leaning a bit towards the latter option after having so much fun with the Realistic Reconstructions (which are also humorous in nature).