Sunday, April 12, 2020

Self-Promotion Sunday!

Hello my fellow readers! I hope everyone is staying safe and healthy during this holiday season. Whether you celebrate Easter, Passover, or anything else, I hope you are doing well. As I write this, I am still unsure what is happening with many of my conventions, just like many of my fellow artists. The next show is supposed to be Hudson Valley Comic Con, which was one of the first cons I did outside of a pony convention. I have a feeling it may not happen when it's supposed to, but I will keep you all posted. Next week, I will post a list again of my conventions and their dates. 

In the meantime, just like many of you, I am cooped up at home. I was hoping that I might be able to do some more artwork, but I am finding that I may not be to do so. Since I am a teacher, I am having to try and keep ahead of my students, which means I have been making a lot of videos and examples. Not exactly the easiest thing to do, trying to keep ahead of at least 10 grade levels worth of classes. So, after I finish up the current pieces I am working on, I will be closing commissions and not making anything new until summer starts, and I move into my new place. 


Yup, you read that right. I will be moving once the school year is over! I will be moving in with my significant other and the move should be finished right before I would head off to ConnectiCon. This would hopefully mean I would have enough stock before that con and TrotCon as well. I am hoping at least that I'll have a few new figurines in time for that. 

In the meantime, I have at least a few new pieces I have finished, and will hopefully be up on Etsy within the week. There should be some new ones for next week as well. I am also working on some new designs for keychains, and have new designs on my Redbubble and TeePublic pages. Make sure you check those out!





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