I got to see so many old friends, colleagues, and artists whom I've gotten to known through the internet-in which I finally got to meet in person and they are all so sweet- Kelly Light, Renee Kurilla, and Casey Girard. Had some fun folks right across the aisle like Dave Roman and Ryan Sias. And many more friendly faces. Hello!
And this is why I thought about participating in MoCCA in the first place. I got my comic story, If You Lived Here, printed through Ka-Blam. Things were a little stressful as the books were shipped last minute to the hotel. I didn't get to see these until the morning of the show. But Ka-Blam came through and everything worked out. Whew! It was exciting to see that people browsing through it and I even sold some copies.
Lastly, I made this display sign for my evil robot and super cat buttons. A scoreboard to keep track of the battle. In the beginning, Super Cat was doing well but unfortunately Evil Robot took over. Final score in the end, 20 to 26. Evil Robot wins, for now!
It was truly a wonderful time and the MoCCA crowd is a supportive and friendly group, which gave me all the energy I needed to do more art. Until next year!