Author has written 2 stories for Batman Begins/Dark Knight, and Avengers.
Hello everybody!! :)
To start off, writing and reading fan fiction is a huge inspiration for me. However, I'm an artist and definitely no professional writer by any means, so it is my belief that you can only get better at what you do. And that's all I have to say about that. :)
So let's get on with the good stuff. :) :) :)
p.s. A big thanks to redflamingfire on DeviantArt for the Hatsune Miku avatar :)
Things that I draw inspiration from:
Thor (2011), Batman: The Dark Knight (2008), Taken (2011), Disney, Moulin Rouge (the 2004 movie), The Phantom of the Opera (novel and 2004 movie), Cartoon Network's old Primetime cartoons (late 90's - early 2000), Batman the cartoon (from the 90's), anime/manga, other artists/writers, Michelle Phan, makeup, models (like Candice Swanepoel and Alessandra Ambrosio), Marilyn Monroe, pieces of artwork by various artists (both famous and non famous), music from different cultures/genres (I never stick to one), love/romance, and my life. :)
Moving right along, everyone has their favorite characters... here are some of mine.
Favorite Heroes/Main Characters:
- Christian (Moulin Rouge 2004)
Why? Because he's honest, loyal and very pure hearted. His character gives you something positive to believe in.
- Thor (Thor 2011)
Why? Because he's Thor, duh. Haha, kidding aside, his story is amazing and teaches a great lesson about being prideful as well as what jealousy can do to a person. As well as having stunning visuals.
- Spiderman (from anywhere)
Why? Kinda funny, he isn't inspirational for me, but he's always been one of my favorites.
- Momo (Peach Girl - manga)
Why? She was a girl given a very unique set of circumstances and in the end, made the best of it. She even became friends with the girl who tried on multiple occasions to ruin her life.
- Elizabeth Bennett (Pride & Predjudice 2005)
Why? She's bold, smart, sweet and witty. She does not depend on others to do things for her and she fights for true love, despite pressures from her family to do otherwise.
- Irene Adler (Sherlock Holmes 2011)
Why? Again, she's a smart, bold and very ladylike woman. She tends to just do the simplest things and is always adding to the bigger picture somehow.
- Rapunzel (Tangled 2011)
Why? She's cute, fun, bubbly and loves life. She goes for her dreams and finds her own way, although everyone else claims to know what's best for her.
- The Joker (Batman 90's cartoon)
Why? He's hilarious and deadly, but mostly hilarious. He had the best jokes, the best tricks and that unforgettable, infectious laughter.
- The Joker (The Dark Knight 2008)
Why? Probably the best performance I've ever seen in my short existance. He was everything you expected the real life Joker to be and more. He doesn't even want power, he just wants chaos surrounding him - how do you even try to beat that? Very charming, very insane and through all of that, so sickening he's almost likable.
- Jean Grey as The Phoenix (X-Men)
Why? Lots of controversy for some people over the movie she was in, as well as The Phoenix character herself. Personally, I enjoyed this character. She had a great amount of power, yet she lacked control over it. I think if she were to have had learned to control it and were given more purpose rather than just being super-cool she would have had more depth.
- Sae Kashiwagi (Peach Girl - manga)
Why? Completely mean and jealous of every girl who can fit in socially, Sae proves herself to be one of the best thought out antagonists of all time. Yet, her character grows throughout the series and becomes, in fact, likable by the end of the series. As you read, you start to realize that hey, she's just a person with a past too.
- Ursula (The Little Mermaid 1989)
Why? She's fat, power hungry and humorous. Ursula just goes to show that people who use other people are usually up to just one thing - getting power. Yet, with her sarcastic and nearly likable self, she'll always be one of my favorites.
- Yzma (The Emperor's New Groove 2000)
Why? She's skinny, power hungry and humorous. Hmm... sounds almost familiar... BUT, whereas, Ursula was killed off because of her pure evil, Yzma still has some good somewhere in there (...maybe) and she - although in the body of a cat - lives on in the end.
- Shere Khan (The Jungle Book 1967)
Why? There will never be a more smooth talking tiger to take his place. Shere Khan was the much better Scar (although Scar was also very cool). He is extremely intimidating, having absolutely no remorse for going after a human - a boy no less - with the sole purpose of killing him.
So there you have it, some of my favorites.
I'd also like to mention that I love doing odd romances, sometimes crossovers, but mostly odd. Especially where the villain likes the girl, it adds a certain flavor to the story and changes things up a bit.
Final note, my writing style varies from movie script to full on story telling, however the story in my head is told.
Moving right along again... this is where my upcoming list will be.
The Devil's Waltz -- Status: Work in Progress
Scenario:The Joker breaks out of Arkham Asylum for the first time since his attacks on Gotham. In the meantime, Bruce Wayne receives an unexpected visit from his twenty-four year old almost niece (Annalise Dawes) who, under the insistence of her parents, is there for reasons unexplained. What happens when the Joker kidnaps Anna? Read on as The Joker's insanity and mad obsession unfolds into something even he didn't expect. (Crime/Drama/Romance) [Joker/OC - Annalise Dawes]
The Avengers: Mount Olympus -- Status: In the Works