Greetings one and all,

Another weekend well spent at the Geek Media Expo (GMX). As it turns out this was a pretty special event for me this time around. Where last year I mainly just walked around showing my artwork and talking to other artists/vendors/fellow geeks, this year I was surprised to find myself sitting at my own table in the dealer room.

A huge thanks to my buddy (and con-proxy) Chris and his buddy Marcus who let me take over the empty space after the previous vendor sold out of their stock and decided to pack up and leave. Sadly I don’t have any pictures of the table, but no one’s missing much as I had to make an impromptu sign to help out with presentation. I wasn’t expecting to be sitting in the middle of the con, I was just looking for a place to sit down and get some artwork done so needless to say I was happy with the outcome.

Lots of great feed back from visitors, sold a few prints, ran out of business cards. On top of that I made a great deal of headway on the Top Cow talent hunt project, so wins all around. No sneak peaks on that just yet as I want to get a bit further before revealing anything else now that a lot of people have gotten a taste. As always I snapped shots randomly as I traversed the hallways, though not nearly as many as some people take. I only grab shots of the stuff that really impresses me, I don’t want to be one of those people who sees the entire show through a camera lens.

By far my favorite out of the cos-players was the Lady Avengers in the 40’s style get-ups, both classy and classic at the same time. The picture of me and The Dude in the Millennium Falcon was a no-brainer, a perfect kludge of geek culture.

So, now sadly it’s back to reality and the hum-drum of the work week. Going to pull as many hours after work as I can on the Top Cow project, I got a lot done over the weekend but not as much as I wanted so I’ve got to really put peddle to the metal. More to come, Stay Tooned!

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