It's been an intense two weeks of travel for me, as I bipped off to the other side of the country and back to attend Baltimore Comic-Con and Rose City Comic-Con for DeviantArt! Working back-to-back cons are exhausting, hats off to all you pros who do it on a regular basis! I am apparently very allergic to the gorgeous city of Portland, and very nearly came home with bronchitis as a souvenir.
That said, it was so amazing to get to hang out with the community in person, to meet so many awesome people, amazing cosplayers and inspiring artists. Thank you to everyone who came by our booth, said hello and put up with my severely lacking voice toward the end of the con.
Special thanks to all the guys who worked the booth with me, you guys rocked, to RTNightmare
for hanging out, and to tracyjb
who put up with my fangirling over Lackadaisy. I just love those cats.
I am so inspired, I'm honestly having a hard time focusing on my current project, because I want to build all the cosplays, write all the things and plan all the video games.
Why is time so finite and why can't I just do everything at once?
I'm slowly catching up on comments, journals, etc, that I missed while I was away. Allow me to distract you with some con photos!
Are you in any of these pics? Please give me a shout! I have a pile of business cards I need to pull out and sort through still.
Also, for you Mistborn fans, check out this awesome photo set
of me fighting Kelsier!
Did we chat or hang out? Please give me a shout, like I said, whole pile of business cards still...
I'm so happy to be home and to be getting some much-needed kitty snuggles. Opie forgave me pretty quickly, Jareth still isn't entirely sure this isn't a trick.
How have you all been? What's new and exciting in your lives? What projects are you working on? Have you been to, or are you planning to attend any cons? Tell me all about it~
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