I spent the month before Further Confusion (or FurCon for short) cutting out vinyl decals of catgirls.
Dozens and dozens of catgirls. Dozens of different types of catgirls. Some of them were generic catgirls with no history. Some of them were famous catgirls from TV, games, or comics.
I had one particular catgirl that I thought was going to sell like crazy.
I was working on a set of catgirls from an imaginary high school for girls called Nekogawa (Cat River) high school. I created a dozen different students - a spectrum ranging from bookworm to athlete, tabby, siamese, etc.
Then I had an idea that I thought was going to be just pure aweso
Yesterday morning (freakishly early), I managed to limp home after attending Project A-Kon 23 in Dallas. It was my second anime convention in as many weeks and I was pretty much fried.
The convention itself was great. I knew less than a dozen people at the con because it had been about a decade since I last attended A-Kon. Fortunately, one of the people I did know was on staff, so I had crash space, a dealer's room badge and about two feet of table space to try to make some money.
It turned out that nobody at Akon sold cut-vinyl decals, so I made a surprising amount of sales, selling out of several designs. I got some great feedback from at