I am happy to say that MoccaFest was a terrific experience. This being my first event of this type (on the other side of the table) I didn't totally know what to expect, but it was great. I was able to meet some people and sell some things and just generally get my work out there a little. I also drew my first convention sketch for someone (a little girl, who told me my sketch was amazing... big smile). Thank you to Allison, Collin, Brian, Sophia and Jean for making the table experience fun and successful. I hope we all can do this again sometime and somewhere.
So, as people were taking my business card from MoccaFest I realized that they may be actually going to 25footclown.com, and that I should actually kinda make a page for them to see. So I kinda did. Previously the address took you to this very blog, but now it takes you to a page that is essentially a collection of links to the places my stuff resides all over the internet... or a "hub" if you will. I just like the word hub.
And finally, a couple days ago my first streamo collection arrived from the printer! I am excited, it turned out well. It contains over 300 streamo comics, every one ever created through 2008. I have a limited supply that I'll be selling in person at events or wherever, and soon it will be available for sale online as well. I'll keep everyone informed as to the specifics soon. Have a good one, I'm off to bed.
Tuesday, June 2, 2009
MoccaFest is this weekend, and I'll be exhibiting! This is my first time having a table at a comic convention, so I'm pretty jazzed. I'll have my usual stuff like buttons, stickers, prints and what not.... but if the gods be willing I'll have some comics to sell too (and snazzy business cards). There have been some shipping issues, but everything should make it in just under the wire. I'll be sharing the table with some very talented people:
- Allison Braun, comic creator and printmaker.
- Maria Calderone, illustator and printmaker.
- Brian Rubin, writer of Coptopus comic.
- Collin David, artist of Coptopus comic.
If you happen to be in the New York City area this weekend you should stop in and say hi and have a gander. All the info is on the card above.