Hoshicon was super awesome this year! I definitely think the staff made the right decision to move the convention to Charlotte, NC rather than keeping it in Winston-Salem, NC. The convention definitely grew in attendance and knowledge and was so glad to see so many familiar faces as well as new ones! Looking forward to the convention next year!
With the wrap-up of Hoshicon, I actually will have a month break from conventions. So what does this mean for me? There's a strong possiblity that I will be working on a personal project of mine, taking a few commissions and still working on new stuff for the next convention ^^ Since the start of my convention year, I really haven't had any break but don't get me wrong - I LOVE attending conventions!
I am currently working on a commission for VoltronZ1
that I hope to have wrapped up by next week and I will move to the next person in my waitlist. Speaking of commissions though, there will be a slight increase in my pricing for the the commissions - if I quoted you the old pricing though, I will still honor it. I will also stop taking full body commissions and will only be doing full body commissions for my enjoyment from now on.
My next convention is on September 6th called Kantaicon! It's a one day anime convention in South Carolina that is actually held in an air craft carrier! How exciting is that? Since I know this convention is definitely military oriented, I will be putting aside my current chibi projects to work on chibis from the franchise, Kantai Collection (KanColle)! So I am very excited to be doing chibis of this franchise as well as attending this convention for many reasons ^^