My third convention of the year!
Anime California is a first-year convention and while I do not know how well it did, I had a fairly good time at their artist alley.
Hello! Over a month ago, I attended another anime convention’s artist alley after Ninja-con.
Participating in anime expo’s artist alley seemed like a pipe dream a few years ago, but last year I made up my mind and paid for the table for 2014.
Despite the myriad of issues that cropped up during registration (it left a really bitter taste), I generally had a enjoyable first time at Anime Expo’s artist alley. Like the previous convention, I tabled with Le Mishie! Since we tabled together, we signed our studio name as Pastel Crown.
As a warning, I may update and/or correct this report at any time. I finished writing up this report well over a month since the event, so I may have forgotten or even disorganized some details. Furthermore, I’m sorely lacking in additional pictures that would further add depth to my report. In the mean time, however, I can only share my experience nearly entirely in text form.
Hi!! It’s that time of year and this time, I took the preemptive to make plans to participate in several artist alleys this year.
Ninja-con happens to be my first convention this year, and I shared my table with the lovely Le Mishie! This was her first artist alley, and I’m pleased to hear that she had a great time. If you’re interested, feel free to read her perspective!
We also established a circle website called Pastel Crown. This website makes it easier to publicize ourselves without struggling to choose whose website to apply to the application among other matters, haha.
Without further ado, I would like to begin briefly describing my experience at Ninja-con.
Ahaha oops.. this is nearly two months late LOL.
Compared to my previous loot report.. I have more pictures to share. Granted, 75% are just free things from company booths, but they’re still something. XD