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bio website behance.net/mDunfield
location Ottawa, Canada
age 22
visits member for 3 years, 5 months
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I ain't neva' going back to gnome prison!

Hello everyone!

I'm a recent graduate of 'Interactive Multimedia'. Towards the end of my studies I took a strong interest in motion design and animation. So hopefully I'll be able to starting digging my way into the field soon!

Here's my portfolio

Personal:

  • I'm an avid gamer, recently playing a lot of casual and indie games.
  • I also studied music for many years when I was younger, but I find creating cohesive music to be very stressful, which is unfortunate. That said, here are some of my dabblings.
  • Longtime user of gaming.stackexchange.com (now 'Arqade').

Sometimes I just sits and thinks, and sometimes I just sits.


LOL BYE BITCH


Mar
20
revised Did people ever use the word “cock” as a euphemism for “God”?
We're all adults here.
Mar
20
suggested suggested edit on Did people ever use the word “cock” as a euphemism for “God”?
Feb
17
awarded  Famous Question
Sep
19
comment what is the name or term for someone with a faulty way of arguing?
How about 'wrong'? ;]
Aug
12
awarded  Talkative
Dec
27
comment What should I call someone addicted to mobile appliances?
'Vidiot' (Portmanteau of 'Video' and 'Idiot') maybe? I dunno, I'm not sure there's a real word for this.
Feb
25
awarded  Notable Question
Jan
7
awarded  Yearling
Oct
19
comment If someone says “Do not pass go” to you, what do they mean?
Maybe it's just me, but I don't think this phrase actually has anything specifically to do with failure. For example, "Come straight home after school, do not pass go, do not collect $200".
Oct
6
awarded  Commentator
Oct
6
comment Is there honour among thieves or not?
I may be completely wrong, but I always assumed that one of these was a proverb, and that the other had simply come as a result of the original being lost in translation, or forgotten.
Sep
9
comment A single word that means “to push yourself”
+1 for strive.
Aug
25
awarded  Nice Question
Aug
7
awarded  Teacher
Aug
7
awarded  Scholar
Aug
7
accepted Is there a specific name for a portmanteau of two alternative spellings?
Aug
7
answered A word like “hundreds” but for multiples of 10
Jul
25
awarded  Popular Question
Apr
26
suggested suggested edit on What we've gelost — why doesn't English use the prefix “ge-”?
Feb
17
comment Is there a specific name for a portmanteau of two alternative spellings?
I don't get the impression that he was likely to make that kind of mistake from his site, but I suppose it's possible. For reference: timbral.dhs.nu