I know this would have been around the time I announced my convention appearances but this year, I’ve decided to take a break since I have personal commitments to take care of. If you truly know me, you already know how excited I am about it. #VagueBlogging 😜
Hello all! I am finally ready for this weekend’s Awesome Con! You can find me in Artist Alley at Table i-8 with some new work. I will be selling prints and drawing commissions for fans! I love this convention because I see my DC area friends again. Hope to see everyone soon!
The Atlantic City Boardwalk Con took place this past weekend on May 13th – May 15th. I went with my hubby on Sunday to have some geeky fun! I didn’t have a table so I enjoyed walking around the show floor. We picked up two adorable shirts from Tee Turtle. They really fit our favorite hobby. I had lots of fun talking to creators like Pat Shand, Sorah Suhng and Mike Capprotti. Artist’s Alley is always my favorite place at comic conventions because I end up making new friends! Here are some photos I managed to get while I was there.
Now, I have to get ready for Awesome Con! See you all soon! 🙂
Hello! It’s 18 days into the new year, so of course I have to catch up with a blog post!
New Work in Progress & My First Convention of 2016
This Arya Stark piece was started in 2015 and I’m still not done. 😦 Life gets in the way and more discipline is needed to finish during the weekends. Since I commute a long way to and from my day job, it’s a little tough to be in front of a another computer right after a 8-9 hour day. After Arya, I will have a Danaerys and maybe a Jon Snow in time for the Game of Thrones premiere.
The Great Philadelphia Comic Con will be my first convention of 2016. I’m not entirely sure of the other events I want to catch, but most likely will try to get to the ones from last year. I will still look out for new places I can travel to.
The Amazing Jay Justice! Click photo for her Cosplay Page!
I had a wonderful time at Wizard World Philadelphia! This year, I was a spectator instead of in Artist Alley. I helped out my job who had a booth at the convention. My job also hosted a post-con party with Wizard World at The Field House. I only had time for 1 drink since I had to catch a train. 😦
The Great Philadelphia Comic Con has come and gone! It was a local convention for me during the weekend of April 3rd-5th. It was great to be at a convention so close to home! I’m glad I went since I met my friends again and possibly made more!
More photos and my review of the con are after the jump!
This past weekend was spent visiting The Great Allentown Comic Con. I was excited to meet Nichelle Nichols of Star Trek! This was my first time attending the con, so I decided to stop by as a visitor to see potential for exhibiting there for next year.
I’m taking a break from Elsa. She’s hard for me to do right now and I don’t have lots of time from now until the next con. I have to think more on how I can make it stand out from the rest of the Elsa pieces. Soooooo, I’m hoping to have this Wonder Woman done by the end of the week, finish up another piece and maybe get back to Elsa. Enjoy!
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