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Elizabeth Young
Artist | Student | Film & Animation
United States
Hi! I'm E.Y. I make stuff.

I'm an animator/general artist with a B.A. in animation. My portfolio website is at www.eyoungart.com, though if you'd like to see my animations I'd recommend a look at my Vimeo page first.

I love animals, sunsets, rainbows, and epic explosions. As for art, I work with pencils, charcoal, paper, paint, polymer clay, pipe cleaners, Photoshop, Maya, and AfterEffects. My subjects almost always involve animals with a little weirdness thrown in for seasoning.

I love getting comments (both good and bad, as long as they're constructive). If you'd like a commission, feel free to ask, just know that I prefer to keep my art PG-rated and generally don't do fan art (not that I have any problems with it, original characters are just more fun to make). So, feel free to look around. Hope one of my pictures brightens your day.
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pinkythepink Featured By Owner Jul 19, 2016  Professional Artisan Crafter
:love: Thank you for the favorites, it really means ever so much to me that you enjoy my artwork! I invite you to add me to your watch so that you can see all the future beaded and stitched pieces I have planned! :blowkiss: Just think of the sparkles... :squee:
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EYproductions Featured By Owner Jul 20, 2016  Student Filmographer
You're welcome.  Cross stitching is a hobby of mine, and I'm always glad to find someone making quality patterns. Keep up the good work!
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pinkythepink Featured By Owner Jul 21, 2016  Professional Artisan Crafter
Ahhhhh moar cross-stitchers! :la: I shall shamelessly point you at the stitchingpirates group then if you're not already there, we have cross-stitching contests and all.
:iconrubcheeksplz: Thank you so much for adding me to your watch! :squee: It really brings a smile to my face which is more than I could've asked for. :D I hope that I can continue to impress with my future pieces! :heart:
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Supach Featured By Owner Feb 13, 2016  Hobbyist General Artist
Thanks for the Llama badge there´s one on the way back to youllamacopter 
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byzho Featured By Owner Sep 17, 2015  Professional Artist
Happy Birthday! Have your cake and eat it too
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EYproductions Featured By Owner Sep 17, 2015  Student Filmographer
Thank you! :)
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cricketumpire Featured By Owner Jul 21, 2015  Hobbyist Photographer
"Precision flying..." gives a whole new meaning to 'in flight' refuelling  flying on the spot :flowerdread: 

Thanks so much for faving it Elizabeth    highfive   
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EYproductions Featured By Owner Jul 21, 2015  Student Filmographer
You're welcome :)
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cricketumpire Featured By Owner Jun 24, 2015  Hobbyist Photographer
Leaving aside the debate of whether the robin is deserving and suitable of being the national bird  :argue:  we can agree it's a cheeky and beautiful little fellow!
Thank you so much for the fave Elizabeth...   Jump and Huggles Emote

(Sorry for delayed reply, we're travelling to Spain and don't always get internet)
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EYproductions Featured By Owner Jun 24, 2015  Student Filmographer
You're welcome :)

I wasn't previously aware there was a poll going for Britain's national bird (despite my efforts to stay informed, I'm still and oblivious American. :blushes:)  That being said, if someone were to challenge me to name 5 birds from Britain, robin would be my first answer (followed by a long pause while I try to think of the second).

Fun fact: Did you know Ben Franklin wanted the U.S. national bird to be the turkey?  Imagine putting one of those on the Great Seal! (someone should draw that some time. Would the turkey hold an olive branch, or a clawfull of rosemary...?) :laughing:
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