For the first time EVER. I will be selling 11x17 prints of my artwork at an Artist Alley. Personally, I wish conventions like these were closer to home on Long Island. It get's tiring having to drive 4+ hours just to showcase your stuff. The New York Area really sucks for "middle ground" artists like me to showcase. NYCC wants $500 bucks for a table and seem to prefer comic industry types over amatuer artists. That's why I kinda lament the loss of NYAF since it allowed the little guys a chance to shine, even if it was put in the "corner" left to rot away from the important big American comic industry.
Enough of the ranting. DrawCon is a different kind of convention. A con that is focused on Western Animation. It is a first year con, so I'm nervous and optimistic at the same time. It's pretty inexpensive to go, only $45 bucks and goes on from Nov 1-2 in Nashua, NH. Nausha just across the border of New Hampshire and Massachusetts, so if you want to buy stuff, remember everything is tax FREE! (Technically, you're supposed to report the taxes come tax time, but does anyone do that?)
My art print quantities are EXTREMELY LIMITED, so don't hesitate to make a decision to buy. Of course, my original children's picture book series Maddie Mckenszie will also be on sale.