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Hey there, I'm Fell--but you can call me Broad if you like! I am a traditional artist as well a beginner in photography. I use a Canon EOS REBEL T3 for my photography, and my favorite medium in art is ink. I currently own five birds: four zebra finches and one green cheek conure. I love birds and fantasy, and I am also a fan of J.R.R. Tolkien's world of Middle-earth. I am interested in falconry and am currently a pre-apprentice falconer. I like to hunt with a few of my falconer friends and their raptors, especially rabbit hunting. My favorite birds of prey are the buteos--red-tail hawks, red-shouldered hawks, Harris hawks, and the likes.
Favorite visual artistFrank BeebeFavorite moviesThe Lord of the Rings trilogyFavorite TV showsNinjago, House Hunters, Love It or List It, Million Dollar Rooms, Extreme HomesFavorite bands / musical artistsTwo Steps From HellFavorite booksThe Mage Wars series, Warriors, Fell, Guardians of Ga'Hoole, The Lord of the RingsFavorite writersErin Hunter, Kathryn Lasky, David Clement-Davies, Mercedes Lackey, J.R.R. TolkienFavorite gamesTemple Run, Doodle Jump, Air Wings, LEGO Wii gamesFavorite gaming platformThe WiiTools of the TradeIndia ink, brushes, and water.Other InterestsFalconry, role playing, birds, wildlife rehabilitation