We’re entering con season again (con season is basically all year long, but I pretend like it starts in March), and there are a bunch of shows I’m going to coming up! I’ll have copies of Play Ball, Never Not Drawing (my new sketchbook), some buttons, some prints, and maybe even a few minis. I’ll be doing commissions at any con where I’m tabling, as well as selling original art (including pages fromPlay Ball!).
So! The cons I’ll be attending:
Fluke in Athens, GA (April 6)
I love this con because it’s small, friendly, and (best of all) takes place in a bar. It’s easy to talk to writers and artists, and the stuff that people make is awesome. The admission fee is super cheap, too.
221b Con in Atlanta, GA (April 13-14)
This is the kickoff year for 221b Con! It’ll be a con focused on all things Sherlock Holmes (with a concentration on the successful BBC series). I’ll have a table here, and I’ll also be on a Sherlock Fanart panel, which should be really fun. I’m really looking forward to answering questions and talking to other artists!
Free Comic Book Day at Heroes Aren’t Hard to Find in Charlotte, NC (May 4)
Not technically a con, but definitely one of my favorite events of the year. The folks at Heroes Aren’t Hard to Find are some of my favorite comics bros, and I always have an awesome time at Shelton’s shop on FCBD. I’ll be there all day, doing free sketches and chatting about comics. Come out and see some amazing artists and get some awesome art and buy some super awesome comics!
Hands down, Heroes is my favorite con of the year. Run by the excellent people at Heroes Aren’t Hard to Find, this con has so much talent that I feel lucky to basically consider this my “home show” (even though it’s four hours away from Atlanta but whatever). The artists and writers are super friendly, the mood is relaxed, and everyone leaves this con already talking about next year’s Heroes. Love.
Other cons I might be attending:
Dragon Con in Atlanta, GA (August 30-September 2)
Rose City Comic Con in Portland, OR (Sept 21-22)