Lucky me, UKPONYCON so happens to land on the week that is half term break, so I am happy to say I am still able to attend (though I was going to go anyway regardless of schedule clash). I'll be flying down on the 11th and staying until the 16th. While at the convention I will be vending, and doing a panel, the panel I wished to do last year but had to switch to a Q n A session instead as I was sadly rather ill the entire weekend. Also, I will be attending the convention with an assistant this year, as this convention took me by surprise with how busy I got with people coming to see me and other commitments I made while there. It's awesom
Hello everyone. I wanted to give you all an update on what I have been up to since Bronycon. First up though is some sad news for some of you who have been enquiring about placing a commission order. Due to starting college again, planning my move to USA, planning my wedding and other committments, I have decided NOT to open for commissions this Winter. I'd like to focus on college and get the commission orders I currently have done before taking on any more new orders. My schedule is pretty packed now, leaving me very little time for much else.
I have also decided NOT to vend at conventions next year unless I am specifically invited to
It’s no secret that I am a huge Disney Hercules fan, and with rumours flying around that my favorite animated movie is getting the live action remake treatment, I am turning my face away from that and looking instead to the news of a stage musical. This was announced back in February of 2019, and we finally have some decent footage of the show. Though Hercules isn’t getting the broadway treatment like Frozen and Aladdin, its instead in the Public Theatre’s outdoor production and has a cast of over 200 New Yorkers. But why now? Why 20 years later? Should I complain? Not really, but I will anyway because that’s what I