|The many moods... and outfits to match.|
In Oddly Shoes, pt 2It was the most awkward moment for both cybermessenger and human boy to come to the conclusion that they have switched sides with each other; the first realisation of which was how each one was suddenly struggling to adjust to their external bodies, their new hosts due to the unexpected glitch from the Print-o-Scan. The fact that Nick now had to deal with being the host of his cybermessenger friend’s body (in fact, Nick himself felt that every inch from Twipsy’s previous asymmetrical arms, and in a sense, even innards, was definitely not his own; the same was arguably said about Twipsy now having to deal with occupying Nick’s human form, and especially now coming to terms with what it early means to live as a human) made him a little more uncomfortable with his current predicament. Both of them were already walking along the kerb of cyberspace’s most busiest highways, now left to wonder how to deal with the situation.In Oddly Shoes, pt 2 by RabidLeroy
“This is unbearable,” Nick manif
In Oddly Shoes, pt 1Gadgetry came and went, in this day and age, but Albert Barkhorn, the genius of the group, made for an excellent technician and programmer for a 12 year old boy, and the trusty neighbour of the other two children he befriended - Nick, the 13 year old boy who’d much rather play the fields than hit the books, and Lissie, the 8 year old girl, who had grown a successful blog as an agony aunt, responding to online people’s worries and concerns. How they united together came from something so unexpected. Looking back to the day when an argument accidentally caused a power short (and surprisingly a mysterious force catapulted Nick to a parallel universe deep within the network of the Internet), came Nick’s surprising discovery... The computer game Albert supposedly developed was actually a portal he inadvertently developed, and it was from the precise moment that they successfully met Twipsy - a cybernetic creature, recognisable with his large turquoise nose, dark masked demIn Oddly Shoes, pt 1 by RabidLeroy
|A sampler of some of RL's artwork, stories and everything else. From some of RL's humble beginnings at DA all the way through what's next, you'll never know what you might find.|
Pleased to meet you. I have joined the site on the Christmas of 2006 when the web was probably less "social network" and "go see some content". The YouTube channel was taking shape, and when MySpace was still the social networking go-to site.
Why RABID LEROY?
Initially in the L&S fandom, I developed a persona in the form of a virulent Leroy clone as an identity symbol. Character development states that he is the odd clone out – not very evil, but as admitted, anything from a considerable jerk, a procrastinator, and maybe a perv... for all the wrong reasons) as you can tell. An emotional mirror image of my personality self which still remains part of my identity.
In recent years, I have also expanded my interests to lend a paw (a hand in human terms) to establish an online shrine project, Wonders of Life Eterna, for any visitor needing info on the extinct Epcot attraction.
Here are some things from my pre-2010 Interests page that didn't get integrated in the new edit:
Current Residence: Melbourne, VIC, Australia.
Print preference: sorry, I don't do prints.
Favourite genre of music: (Too many to mention!)
Favourite style of art: I'm currently taking up *anime styled* art!
Operating System: Microsoft Windows XP through to Windows 7, Apple iOS.
MP3 player of choice: I own an iPod (who doesn't like 'em?)
Skin of choice: 'iPod skin' for Windows Media Player!
Favourite cartoon character: Leroy, Stitch & his cousins, Veemon, Kimba, Wildmutt, Ditto, Eve, Buzzy, etc.