Over the weekend, I exhibited my work at Uncanny in the King of Prussia Mall during Free Comic Book Day. I was excited to do this once again since the last time I participated during Free Comic Book Day was in 2012. Surprisingly, this event was more successful than The Great Philadelphia Comic Con from the week before. It was a great day for the customers and staff.
Last weekend, I returned to The Great Philadelphia Comic Con’s Artist Alley. I had taken a year off from exhibiting in 2017 since I was planning my wedding. 😁 I had fun during the show and also seeing my friends. My favorite part about comic conventions is connecting with fellow nerds and artists.
The title says it all… I have a new job! I actually started a few weeks ago and I wanted to get some things under control before blogging about it. I am happy about where I am right now and also very pleased to have a shorter commute and a bigger salary. 🙂
Welp, last week I was let go from my full-time job. I’ll give you a little hint of what I did: I was in charge of production at an independent comic book company. I was let go because my former company needed to make some budget cuts, so my position was eliminated. I’m okay now… at first I was of course upset that I was let go unexpectedly. Especially since I was never written up for anything. Gotta love at-will employment. 😆
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 😜
Hey everyone! So sorry for not posting in a while! I took a bit of a Winter break and went to catch Paint The Revolution at the Philadelphia Museum of Art. It was a snowy day but I’m very happy that I got to see this amazing exhibit! Romantic, Political, Colorful, and everything in between. I went to Paint The Revolution on the final weekend and I also became a member of the Art Museum. I pushed myself to go despite the weather because I actually missed the Frida Kahlo exhibit when I used to live at a nearby campus. I think I made up for it this time!
See the special and regular exhibition pics after the jump! Which ones were your favorite?
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It was a great experience at New York Comic Con! This convention was an interesting one since it was my first time back after 9 years. Here are some pictures and a review from my geeky weekend:
If you’re into pumpkins and/or pumpkin spice, I hope this can help.
Awesome Con has come and gone! This past weekend was my third time exhibiting my artwork and I had lots of fun! This year was just as exciting as the last and I wish I had taken more photos! Read more after the jump!
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! 🙂
The Great Philadelphia Comic Con has come and gone! It was my second appearance for me and it went down this past weekend! (4/22-4/24). Once again, it was a very fun convention! Saw lots of new and familiar faces! I want to thank everyone who stopped by my table. I truly appreciate it! Visit my Online Store if you weren’t able to stop by this weekend!
More photos and my review of the con are after the jump!