So, with a bit of planning, I've worked out how this site will be arranged. It's now organized into two categories: Pictures and Video Games (yeah, tons of diversity). But it should work.

I'm Mark, by the way, if you didn't guess by the title of the page. Those of you who know me in real life probably call me just that... or Marcus Aurelius or something. If you know me through the internet, I might be Marth to you. Or even something completely different. But either way, welcome to my humble site! :) Enjoy the pictures and stuff.
Mark's Site Thingy (OLD)
About the picture: It's my 3-D Marvin the Martian, one of my newest (and favourite) projects!
I thought it would look kind of cool fading into a wireframe, so that's what I did.
The background? That's just taken out of another project, to fill out the picture and add random value..
August 25, 2009 Evan and Zack: The drawings should be up by 12:10 today. Sorry it took so long. Look in the pictures section of the new site.

August 18, 2009
Mark's Site Thingy has been transferred to Zymic. The new address is Although this Geocities site will remain functional for a while, I recommend going to the new site, as it is already up and running.

March 23, 2009

two new pages to the Video Games section, both full of geeky goodness.
One lists the
polygon counts in various games (mostly N64). Is Pokemon Stadium really that smooth,
or is it actually a little sloppy? How much worse do your favourite Nintendo characters look when they
fight in
Super Smash Bros., a game that sacrificed graphical detail so it could maintain a high framerate?
Speaking of which, that's the other page: a
framerate chart. Put those "30fps or 60?" arguments to rest
with this handy list. Does
Super Smash Bros. really run more smoothly than, say, LittleBigPlanet?
The Lord of the Rings: The Two Towers perform better on PS2 or on GameCube? Find out now!
...Do you even care? Well, that's up to you.