Hello. A little bit about myself... I've been drawing for about 5 years. I attend speech tournaments and have a total of 11 trophies sitting on my desk (1 of them is from volleyball; first place). I have been playing the piano for 2 years, but I'm not that good, and I get lazy and don't want to practice. I'm going to majoring in Biochemistry and Molecular Biology, so I cannot draw artworks for a long time during the school year. I like calculus only when I understand, and I got frustrated almost everytime I do the homework for that class. I really like cell biology and molecular genetics. I like science so much, I'm that kid watching Nova on weekday nights, listening about String Theory, Newton's theories that were never introduced to the world, or Evolution. Whatever is on that is interesting. Even when I visited Hong Kong, my brother and I watched National Geographic and the Discovery channel every single night, and we would stay up late until 11 pm because we really wanted to watch the documentary. I wish we had those channels at home. We would watch it even now, if there is something more interesting than watching grass grow. We don't watch grass grow. Hopefully, in a couple of years, I will be a researcher and try to find cures for diseases. Though, it's horrible to think that I have to give up art for science. I won't be able to draw that much during my studies, and I'm going as far as deleting all my artworks and accounts online so I will not be tempted to do more artwork. =( Good night. I'll always be that frustrated Calculus student staying up late to try to figure out the answer to problem 3. -_- On a random note, did you know that Newton was the "inventor" of calculus? Darn Newton.