Posts Tagged ‘anime conventions’

Otakon 2018 — And We Were So Optimistic, Too

Man, listening to the last couple of episodes before the trip to Otakon are rather jarring in hindsight, don’t you think? I couldn’t quite explain it, personally, regardless of how much I look back on it, but I was jacked for Otakon more so than prior years.

Zenkaikon 2018 – Pain is Just Normalcy Leaving the Body

It’s almost unheard of for a convention to cause me actual physical pain, but that’s precisely the theme of the convention this weekend. Not that it was entirely my fault…

AnimeNEXT 2015 — Premature Jubilation

I like to consider myself a professional when it comes to things like reporting, even if it’s on something as “low” as anime conventions and their derivatives. Therefore it may come as a surprise that I pulled the trigger comparatively early when going to AnimeNEXT this year. Maybe it was because my convention appearances weren’t […]

Katsucon 2015 – It’s Too Cold; Let’s Chop Up the Gazebo for Firewood

When it gets as infuriatingly cold in the winter as it has been, you look for just about anything to break the monotony, especially when it looks like cabin fever is about to set in. Now I’m definitely not saying that an anime convention would be the one thing that keeps me from going completely […]

Presenting Another Artist’s Work When Asking for Commissions

Cosplayer and recent podcast guest, Luna Lady of Light, writes about etiquette when it comes to cosplay commissions.   Recently there have been growing incidents of people asking for someone to exactly replicate another artist’s work for less money. I wanted to explain exactly why most commissioners/artists will give a bristly response on this subject. […]

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