I'm back from CONduit. The full report begins here, and includes photos and artwork. Don't miss it !
I'm exhausted. It was a great 'Con, but I spent most of my time either in panels or drawing pictures for people, so I didn't get to see much. I walked through the art show once, missed the entire Dealers' Room, and got into the Con Suite long enough to post a bulletin. My hand hurts, and the buffer has AGAIN dropped below ten. In fact, as of this writing, I think it's at FIVE.
This wouldn't be so bad, except that about a week from now I need to jump in the minivan with the rest of the family and go to California for a week. If I can draw, color, and upload two weeks of Schlock between now and then, I'll get home from family vacation with just THREE DAYS of comics in the buffer. The goal, therefore, is three weeks of comics in seven calendar days.
In short, I need to get my game on.
I also need to learn how to hold the pen. Stupid hand.
July 13-17: Comic-Con 2005, San Diego, CA. (tentative... this one's pricey)
September 30-Oct 2: Linucon 2.0, Austin, TX. (tentative)
October 8-9: Revoluticon, Asheville, NC
February 16-18, 2006 Life, The Universe, and Everything, BYU, Provo, Utah
Are you interested in having me come to your city? Your convention? Your HOUSE? Pay my way and pay my stay, and we can make it happen. The BEST way is to convince the convention organizers that I'm worthy of "GoH" status, but there are alternatives. Email me if you've got an event in mind.