Me, Charmingly Geeky, Tristan, loads of art, books and a mighty cunning hat…
It has been a very long weekend down in Richmond at the first two-day Virginia Comic Con, not long as in bad, just long as in good with a very busy weekend for me. The convention was held in the Old Dominion Building on the Richmond International Raceway – which for a popular racetrack is really badly sign posted!!! Continue reading →
Here we go… The very last show of the year and we are going to finish it off at the FIRST EVER TWO DAY Virginia Comic Con this weekend in the Old Dominion Building at the Richmond International Raceway. Continue reading →
Start the show with a little Captain Morgan Confidence
Phew… It is done… All the prep… All the anticipation… Came down to two days at Baltimore Comic con 2013, it was fun, it was hectic, I would have liked to see more of the convention, but I was pinned to my little corner of the hall again. It was a good couple of days, all the advance work played off and I am happy with the mild-success, and recognition we got at this show.
Now I’ve got your attention… It has been a long day, but the first day at a Baltimore Comic Con always is, been a blast meeting you all at my Artist Alley Booth A45 and look forward to seeing you tomorrow. I still have a few copies of my Teddy Bear Tale comic Tristan & the Cuddly Defenders, the illustrated A Teddy Bear Tales books and my other Alt-World books… Plus you can check out loads of Original art, the Cuddly Sketch Cards and the Geeky Nerd Jewelery of Charmingly Geeky… All this is waiting for you at Artist Alley Booth A45. A couple of highlights from day after the jump. Continue reading →
Alexia Jean Grey with Tristan the Teddy Bear at Baltimore Comic Con
We are about 48 hours away from Baltimore Comic Con 2013, our preparations are almost complete and in this March on Baltimore Comic Comic Con update I invite all attending Cosplayers to visit us at my Artist Alley Booth A45 to get your picture with Tristan the Teddy Bear, or if you prefer Wilma Bunny. Continue reading →