[su_note note_color=”#64a88c” text_color=”#ffffff” radius=”5″]Note: These are archived blog posts from my old website. Many have been edited out because the content was removed from my portfolio, or not available on other websites anymore. The breaks in time do not represent the posting schedule.[/su_note]
On the weekend for September 12th, a friend and I went to the Montreal Comic Con with our art merchandise. I’ve been planning for this for over a year. I had 2 original comics, 4 different prints in varying sizes, a collaborative comic. I didn’t set my expectations very high – business-wise, I only really wanted my table fee back in profit. I was really worried I wouldn’t sell a single comic, let alone print, but I’m happy to say I sold plenty and lots of people showed interest! I also had a couple commissions, and talked to a few new artists when I had a chance. The unfortunate thing is that it is so busy, it is next to impossible to network and you have to be in customer service mode 100% of the time. Depending on whether or not I am accepted, I plan on going to TCAF next year and having new material.
Some of the artwork in the foreground is by Natasha Petras, who was my table-mate.