Ok, so here's some pics from comic-con, which was absolutely awesome. I am definitely planning on going back next year, although I will not be staying at the same crap hotel out in the middle of nowhere. I think that Lyndsey and I are going to make comics and t-shirts and be exhibitors next year though. I met some really awesome people, such as Chris Sanders, Louie Del Carmen, Doug TenNapel, and David Colman. I went to panel discussions on pitching an animated series, Kung Fu movies, and on Foster's Home For Imaginary Friends. I saw lots of storm troopers, including Elvis. Spiderman was seen texting and making important calls. I think everyone needs to go to comic-con at least once in their life if they are interested in anything related to comics, film, animation, video games, toys, etc. It's grrrrrrrreat!
Wednesday, July 19, 2006
Monday, July 17, 2006
I am so excited right now. I am completely exhausted from working three double shifts in a row, but it's all for a good cause. I am going to Comic-con. It might change my life. I really think that in the future, post-Comic-con, I will have to refer to all my life experiences on a scale of 1-10, 1 being lame and 10 being COMIC-CON!! The best part about it is its a two fold experience, I am going to try and get some folks to see my portfolio and do some networking, AND I get to laugh at the people in costumes. Oh snap, there's a third part. I get to check out cool art and film stuff and maybe buy some more books. Oh man.... I am not sure if my heart will hold out for the entire time. The masquerade show with all the extreme hardcore fans? PLEASE. I am going to have to wear adult diapers. I need to go to bed now, but trust me, I will be dreaming of one of two things; a) Comic-con b) That I am on a capsizing boat looking for the emergency escape hatch and people are asking me for tabasco.