BakudaMember Since 25 Oct 2010
Offline Last Active Sep 15 2016 07:23 PM
I've been following the sea3on comic for a little while and finally decided to come check out the forum. I've been a sonic fan ever since I can remember...waking up saturday mornings to watch all of my favorites, among which was Sonic the Hedgehog. Well...the years have gone by and I have grown and been on my own little adventures. Not too long ago I started looking up my old favorites. I've always been an animation fan (some things you can never grow out of) and will always appreciate a good cartoon. Being now in my mid-twenties, I could see the childishness of many of those old cartoons, yet they can still make me laugh. Sonic SatAM, however, was much different. Yes, it does have it's "childish" moments, and why not, it was for children. Yet beneath it all was something deeper, something stronger. And that's where the little sleeping sonic in me awoke again after a long nap. Of course, as we all know, the series was cancelled (blasted power rangers!) and me as well as many other fans were left unfulfilled. Of course there is the wonderful thing we call fanfiction, talented fans who come up with there own ending. Those can be entertaining, but to me it's just a story of what COULD have happened and not what WHOULD have. I soon began to study the background of the story and grew a deep appreciation for Ben Hurst who, after all these years, still feels strongly about the series. It was ironic that he died just after my little awakening. In my search I also discovered the wonderful gem we know as Sea3on. That's what led me here. This is not just some fanfic or fan comic. This is a serious project designed to finish the story as it should've ended. That's why I'm here today, to finally finish what was started in my childhood.
As for myself...I am a freelance composer. I primarily write music for independent games. You can view my work at my soundcloud page.
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