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Balloon Animal artist lauren makes cool stuff!

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kellyurs: It should come to no surprise that my passions are video games and balloon animals. So why not combine the two by creating video game character balloon animal creations? Sounds stellar to me!

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kellyurs saved this page on 04/15/2014 06:11am

It should come to no surprise that my passions are video games and balloon animals. So why not combine the two by creating video game character balloon animal creations? Sounds stellar to me!

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Ten years of balloon artistry and balloon twisting under my belt (okay, more like under my balloon animal apron) paired with 20 years of video game engagement (okay, more like video game infatuation) has granted me the ability to create 2D video game characters into 3D tangible objects.

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Video games have evolved a lot since then, and my passion for gaming has followed suit. In fact, when I’m not making balloon animals for YTE Events in Tampa, I work at Artix Entertainment, an independent video game company with over 175 million users, as Senior Content Writer and Marketing Coordinator. I help create video games! I am responsible for writing game storylines, item descriptions, character dialogue, monster details, zone storyboards, and cinematic scripts, all of which get implemented into game on a weekly basis. Translation: I get paid to be a video game nerd! Whoohoo!

kerryflavour saved this page on 07/25/2014 10:49am

Ever since I got my Super Nintendo on the glorious morning of Christmas 1994, I knew video games would be a major part of my life. Most of my childhood memories involve tangled gray controllers, cutting-edge 32-bit graphics, repetitive sound tracks, blowing on dusty cartridges, and sitting waaaaay too close to the TV despite Mom’s persistent (and ineffective) warnings.

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