So this weekend I'll be at Daisho Con in the Wisconsin Dells. I've done this convention every year since its inception, and I'm happy to be going there again.
Like the last few years, I'll be attempting to sell my wares in the artist alley, so if you want your chance to get a copy of an UnCONventional or Crosarth book straight from me, this is one of your best chances -- as this is my last con until 2015.
I'm still sorting out my schedule for 2015.
I'm still getting my stuff together for the convention - I have my actual merchandise packed, but I haven't printed signage yet nor really thought about my table layout. That's stuff I need to do before I load the car and hit the road.
Of course, I'll also be doing a live episode of Nerd & Tie with Pher and Nick, so that promises to be a good time. Other than that I've decided to not really do any other panels this year because, frankly, I didn't feel like preparing anything. Mostly I want to go to this convention, sell my stuff, hang out with friends, and have a good time.
We could all use a good time.
Yesterday was the 30th birthday of UnCONventional's Lynn Baxter -- and while you may think it's strange to mention the real world birthday of a fictional character, I... don't? Apparently? This is the person I am now.
Anyway, I posted a collection of Lynn art spanning 11 years (as she predates UnCONventional as a character), so you might find that interesting. The current storyline is a bit bleak over in the real comic, I know - but I've been really happy with the way it has been turning out (and with the response its generated).
That's where things are right now. To cap things off, here's one of the aforementioned pieces of Lynn art for really no good reason besides the current weather out my window: