Current Residence: Michigan
Favourite genre of music: eh. I'll listen to just about anything if the right mood hits.
Operating System: Toshiba
Personal Quote: "It's only slightly busted, but if you give me a crowbar I can finish breaking it for you."
Time for some STAMPS!!!
Ship It Like FedEx:
What does your username mean? Story time children! I was described as "cat-like" quite frequently in college (I get super lethargic when it rains, will kneed soft blankets or pillows with my fingers when browsing through them in store aisles, and, if I am wearing a jacket or hoodie with drawstrings, I will play with them endlessly without really noticing that I am doing it). A friend studying Japanese in college called me neko-san every now and again as a result- neko-san meaning Miss Cat in Japanese. "Liz" came from the fact that I was not willing to put my real name in my screen name anywhere online but thought that my username here needed to be more than just Neko. Liz is an incredibly common name, and so it got thrown in as a placeholder/joke and then just kinda stuck. And now it confuses everyone because they think that my name is actually Liz. It's not, clearly, but you all can keep calling me that if you like.
Describe yourself in three words. Singing cynical daydreamer
Are you left or right handed? Primarily right handed, but there are a couple random things that I inexplicably do left handed. Like mini golf and putting my belt on for work. *shrugs*
What is your favourite type of art to create? Pencil/pen sketches, which, ironically, is also the type of art I do that I get the most frustrated with. Hence why there is so little of it in my gallery here.
If you could instantly master a different art style, what would it be? Vectors. They fascinate me endlessly but the mechanics of doing anything beyond the most basic of steps usually eludes me.
What was your first favourite? I'm actually not sure. I've edited my Favorites library so many times that my first ever Fav is probably not even in there anymore.
What type of art do you tend to favourite the most? Anything fantasy related, really. And pony related stuff, but that's kind of a given.
Who is your all-time favourite deviant artist? tracyjb I discovered her back when I was much shorter than I am now and a regular visitor to the now defunct furry art site Yerf. I absolutely love her sense of humor, her gorgeous artwork, and the fact that she is a fellow MST3K fan.
If you could meet anyone on DeviantArt in person, who would it be? Ooo, hard question, dA! I'm not sure. Too many to narrow it down. There are multiple people on dA, however, that I can easily say that I wish I saw more often. Shout out to my ladies! LunaMusings orangecranestudios kuroitenshi13 lilly-peacecraft
How has a fellow deviant impacted your life? Absolutely! See my aforementioned ladies. Also, every single one of my epically amazing watchers of awesomeness. I love you all! And let's not forget all of the people who have used my tutorials or sought me out for advice on getting into the magical world of pony customs. I am humbled and honored by all of you guys, truly. Thank you so much!!!
What are your preferred tools to create art? Music. Any music. The tunes have to be playing or the art does not get produced. If I ever lost my iTunes library or my collection of concert DVDs, the apocalypse would surely come. (Little know fact, there are actually FIVE horsemen of the apocalypse- War, Death, Famine, Pestilence, and iTunes-System-Crash.)
What is the most inspirational place for you to create art? Hmmm...I don't know that I really have a place, per say. I tend to get inspired at really odd (and usually inconvenient) times and places. I do, however, tend to have a big spike in the number of pieces I produce immediately after returning home from either A) a concert or B) being out of town for several days.
What is your favourite DeviantArt memory? After I posted my rendition of Snowdrop
from the Silly Filly Studios animated short, I was contacted by one of the artists that help bring that animation to life and was told how much she loved the piece and that she thought I'd done a beautiful job. ...I think I may have fallen out of my computer chair from the massive amount of flailing I did. I regret nothing!!!