..And being my first-ever convention with a table, goodness, was it invigorating! After a year of preparation and 6 months of non-stop, sleep-deprived work-a-holicism, it’s crazy to believe that May 28th through 31st of 2015 has actually already come and passed! My main website’s been completed, product’s been produced, future events are being listed, my contacts are growing, collaborative projects are collecting and all the hard work is finally paying off.
Phoenix Comicon 2015 was my first-ever Convention with a table, and may I state, being behind the table is a far different experience than being in front. I met so many awesome people, conversed with fellow photographers, artists, comicbook producers, writers, illustrators, designers, coders; met and drew for people from all over the country; shared illustration & design tips and philosophy with a number of inspired and fellow clearly-driven creatives; shared my work with countless individuals and art-appreciators; and can’t for the life of me help but wait eagerly for next year’s downtown event. I have two primary art series’ that are already in the works specifically for the ocassion, am looking deep into producing far
more than just Art Prints for this next time around, and am already in high preparation for Phoenix Comicon 2016.1
For all of which who wished to further contact and collaborate with me, do feel free to either click the envelope button to your right or select the Contact Form above for the fastest means to a reply. During the event I was asked quite often if I yet have a Webstore. At present, I fear I do not, but know that this experience has dramatically inspired me to make it a top priority. To all those who said they’d be framing my work, know that I would be more than grateful to receive pictures, once mounted! And a note to all Post-Con Commissioners, thank you for all of your orders, awesomeness and flexibility! Your original character art will be either delivered or mailed out before the week is out! Thanks for being awesome!
In conclusion, Phoenix Comicon 2015 may finally be over, but life does not stop! No time for hesitation. Must never cease moving. Onto the next big project...2