I'm Marrub, also known as Graham`, or マブマブ. My real name is Graham Sanderson. I prefer to identify as non-binary, though I don't really care what pronouns people use. I somewhat prefer feminine pronouns, though.
My birthday is May 9, Soviet reunion day. Send me your sacrifices and offerings of peace on this day or I shall unravel my true power upon the world and curse your bloodline for 3 generations.
I'm interested in programming, drawing, photography, music and language and have been self-taught in all of these fields due to issues dealing with school. Some more specific areas of interest of mine in programming include game engines, reverse engineering, and compilers. I also like emulation a lot, though I don't think I'll ever write a fully working emulator.
I enjoy web development even though I hate actually working with such technologies and ecosystems. The Internet is one of the most vital parts of my life, so being able to simply create anything I want on it is wonderful.
What I enjoy more, though, is writing code for games, being able to craft an entire experience from the ground up is a task that is both difficult and fun to me. I don't really play videogames that often, but making them is something I try to do often.
You can find my projects on the main page.
Making this page's text be rainbows was a pain in the ass, so I'm not removing it even if it is a bit hard to read.
I suck at drawing. I wish I were good at it, though.
I probably suck at photography, too, but I do really enjoy taking pictures of things. Especially nature, I want to share and have nice memories of our beautiful earth.
I love listening to music. I'm almost always listening to something, normal or avant-garde, I have to have something playing to be productive at anything.
I also sometimes mess around with making music. I suck though.
Learning and understanding language, foreign and native, and the history of language is something I do consciously and unconsciously. I didn't learn much history in school, but the history of language can teach you a lot about the history of the world without trying.
I've studied English (of course,) Old Irish, Russian, Greek, Japanese, Middle English, and Ancient Egyptian. Of those, I know how to write (but not read) Ogham, read Russian cyrillic, read and write the Greek alphabet, and I can to some extent read, write and speak Japanese.
Of course, my native language is English. Apparently I learned some backwards southern dialect which I've been trying to get out of me for years now. I also seem to misspell a lot of common words which is disturbing to me.