All the Cons!

4 conventions in ONE month! I really don’t think much about conventions when I first sign up for them. My first instinct is to sign up for as many as I can find. It’s only until days before an event, I start to realize the gravity of what needs to be done to be ready for one. In this case I felt it a lot. 4 cons in one month, 3 of them back to back. This was the busiest month of my art career so far ( a good problem to have). On top of the conventions, I needed to also focus on commissions, my shop and website. But it was all worth it. From the places I traveled to, to the people I met, makes it all worth it! I met so many awesome people, that I wanted personally thank everyone who has supported me, and continues to do so. I always get excited when a convention comes up, because I know I’m always going to have a story, and meet awesome people.

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First Post!

First Blog entry of hopefully a consistent blog. First I want to thank you for checking out my website and work! I plan on using this platform to showcase past works of my progression, and to show up and coming works and ideas.

Deciding to attend more comic conventions has been life changing. I have learned so much, traveled and grown in my art. For people trying to get there artwork out there, I do HIGHLY recommend applying for several conventions. There incredibly hard in terms of planning, preparing, and long hours of standing, but it is certainly rewarding work at the end of the day.

The hardest part is always starting out, but doing one little thing at a time in a timely fashion, it becomes almost second nature. I don’t see myself slowing down anytime soon.

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