I didn't think I would, but I did!
NYAF came and went, and it was so, so much fun; even more so than last year! Prepping for it was a pain in the ass. But instead of scrambling at the last minute and scraping everything together on the day before the con, I managed to get everything done two days before the con. I think that's a personal record. There were a couple of prints I wanted to get done, but didn't have time - next year!
Anyway, I love the people at that con. Had great table neighbors, got to see some good buddies again. Even ran into an old friend from high school, Andrea, who also had a table! Saw a bunch of people from Otakon an
Wow, thanks!! + Help with recommendations, please!
Holy crap! ryuuha (https://www.deviantart.com/ryuuha), thanks so much for suggesting my train piece as a DD, and Thiefoworld (https://www.deviantart.com/thiefoworld), thanks for the feature! What an awesome thing to log on and see; so cool of you, seriously. And thanks, everyone, for the feedback - I really appreciate and love reading your comments, and it makes me happy that a lot of others feel the same way about train rides. Many of the New Yorkers I encounter there seem bitter about it (although during rush hour in the summer, it's understandable). Thanks, guys. <3
Also! It would be awesome if you could help me on this:
I work at my computer for the majority of the day, and am always listening to so
Artists never stop. They draw for themselves, draw for a career, do it for another website, maybe their friends. Weem's stuff shows up on Reddit sometimes (the Orange piece in particular, it's hilarious) and I'm always reminded of what an amazingly talented person she is.