In case you didn’t know, I love seeing other artists’ work process and recordings. So it would wrong of me not to share my own?
The featured are is ‘Spring is Coming‘ . I got my inspiration from spring finally coming to NY and I sketch I drew in the NY Subway. I’ve mostly been working in the behind scenes with freelance and some nice projects that I hope to launch Fall 2015.
This summer has passed by so fast! so many ups and a lot of downs. I’m scrambling to make my school payment to the last min. Lots of things I wish I did, some things I wish I did differently. Live and learn, right?
I haven’t had time to post new work, but I have been working on commissions behind the scenes. Plus, with school work, I’ll have a lot to post before the end of the year.
AFO is the last con I’ll be tabling at and one more one day show at a library (well, still debating, depending on work). My inventory is dwindling down and the rest I’ll sell to my school store. So if there was anything you’d like, now’s the time to get them at my shop.
< Con art work, not sure if its for the guide book.
I’ve been doing cons since 2006, mostly anime cons but some comic cons, multi cons and local small shows. So to end on a good note and pass on what I’ve learned, I’ll be hosting a panel/chat "Artist alley, why do you do it?" at AFO.
Anyone attending, please come by with any questions or share your thoughts and experiences. Even if you’re not tabling, or not even an artist but love to buy stuff from AA, there’s still some info that would be of interest. I have an outline but I’m open to let the audience steer the direction of the talk.
Its my last year of school, and I’d say, it’s looking positive. Life is not without stress, but I have hope to be able to overcome them.
So glad the term is over. I thought it was just me, but found out a lot of my peers were really under pressure this term. I know its junior year but the extent of busy that happened (and life) was just unexpected. Last year was too slow for me, this year, well wow.
So I have a lot of posting updating that I haven’t gotten too. I haven’t even posted all the commissions I’ve done for NYCC and plent of class work to post. I’m going to revamp this site soon too. I’d like to stream the look and fuction more as a portfolio then a catch all. I"ll also be updating the shop, orginizing the blog and get working on Oeclair.
Before all that though, I stil have some commissions to finish up, need to update my resume and linkedin profile. This doesn’t include prepping for a gallery show and my submission to surtex.
So here’s just a few of my illustrations I’ve done for classes.
For those of you who care for a more business orientated reflection of otakon, read my long post here on Tumber.
Thanks to everyone who stopped by and supported my art. To my commissioners, I”m glad that you found my style so appealing. My table mate Mayshing was fun to chat with and really helped me out at getting this table. Read her cute comic post con post. Though if I was to do this all over again, I would have registured for 2 full tables.
I’m still shocked that someone spend $4100 on something at the art auction. The city of baltimore was one of the most safe cities I’ve ever walked at 1am in the morning. The city of baltimore really hates giving out free internet.
The artist alley was awesome in some spots, but over cooked in other areas. Dealer’s room was bla (well, never one for caring about dealer’s room. I buy all my stuff online for less). It was annoying to find anything since there was no markers for the aisles (which I don’t get why not).
School’s in 2 weeks, still looking up apartments to rent. I”m going to NYCC, but I”m pretty much prepared with a few more bags to finish making and comissions to mail out.