The Anime Conji Recap.

Trish and I had a total BLAST at Anime Conji! What a fun con! Hello to all those who dropped by our table and thanks for picking up our prints! I didn’t have much of a chance to wander the con due to both being busy at the table and the weather being a bit unruly. Regardless of the rain, Anime Conji put on a great convention and I really hope to return to it again next year. 

Here are a few photos I snapped of the weekend:

Our Pretty Table set up! 

Trish’s Side

My Side.

Trish and I. Yes, I’m totally wearing my awesome horror movie icon retro Apron from Boojboo. I take any excuse to wear that.

I wanted to also give some shout outs really quickly to a few awesome folks at Anime Conji. We were fortunate enough to sit beside two fabulous ladies.  Tirrivee Creations does fantastic fangirl scarves and knitted plushies (The Soot Dust Balls being my favorite) and Shenanigan Monsters does adorable plush monsters and hats.  Across the room from us was RosaleenDhu Designs who had the cutest Cthulu scarf EVAR!  And of course it’s not an Anime con unless I pick up a food ring., which I did from Royally Divine. ADORABLE Jewelry!

Also met a fellow gamer nerd who runs EPIC! The RPG Blog. We talked a ton about gamer stuff. Check out his blog if you’re an RPG nerd like me.

Oh, and Trish bought a Sea Slug.


I took a couple of commissions and this time I remembered to snap a photo of them before I gave them away. I’m getting better at this whole camera thing.

A postcard commission. She asked for a sketch of her big brother holding a cute little kitten.  I really loved doing this one.

And a sketch of two characters from the Anime Familiar of Zero. It looked intriguing so I may hunt that one down later.

My Friend Noelle had her Moogle model the dollfie dragon horns for my camera. They actually worked quite well for the little plushie.

Overall, Anime Conji was a blast. If you ever get the chance to check it all out, I highly recommend it. It’s a small con now but it looks like its growing into something pretty spectacular. I can’t wait to return next year!

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