Hello, my name is Luke McHenry.
I am currently 16 years old and want to be an Animator or Artist when I grow up. It's all I've ever wanted to. It's all I've ever done. Just draw and draw. However, I still have a long way to go. I am in no way ready to become a professional artist, and I accept that. I have much to improve on, but no matter what I do, I will never, ever be perfect.
I am a very artistic person. I love any kind of art, like music, acting, etc. I'm a very polite person and am very grateful for what I have. I am very responsible and mature. I am also gluten-free, and have been for nearly 3 years now. I am very introverted, too. I prefer to be alone %90 of the time, and that's just the way I live. I am also a very sensitive person. I don't like Horror, gore, surprises, excessive profanity, fighting or yelling, or just an unpleasant atmosphere. I am very supportive of diversity and gay marriage, and I am bi-curious. I just don't see why people can't accept people for who they are. This world is filled with hatred and violence. It makes me sad that it's the 21st century, and people are being picked on or bullied because they are different. It's not right.
I adore art. Any kind of art. New or old, simplistic or detailed, pencil or paint brush. I love drawing cartoons, listening to music and occasionally take part in acting, or even writing. I am in love with the past. I love old music, TVs shows, old technology. I just love retro and old fashioned stuff. I feel that nobody really appreciates it nowadays. They are all too focused on their new computers or new clothes to fully appreciate their roots. It's a shame, really.... Art helps me express myself, because I have trouble expressing myself socially. I am horrible at talking face to face to people. I have a phobia of eye-contact and my face isn't very "emotive". I usually just have a blank look on my face when I talk to people, which, I guess, turns them off a bit. But, I'm okay with that. I am very introverted, and prefer to be alone a lot of the time. Besides, my generation isn't exactly "kind". It kind of disgusts me how people treat one-another. It's awful. I would even want to be friends with most people at my school. They've been brought up thinking that difference is wrong, which causes a lot of judging and exclusion.
So... Um... Yeah.