awww..... it was so crowded this year that there were only 10,000 ticket spots! thankfully i got mine early... i dont know how it works for buyers center ppl though... anyway hope too see you next year!
Unfortunately there is way more demand than there are artist tables available, so Otakon's been running a lottery to accept AA applicants for the past several years. The odds of getting in have been about 1 in 3. I was lucky to get picked via lottery three years in a row, but I guess that winning streak had to end eventually.
I piece together simple shapes to make a more complex shape. Like the leg is a teardrop shape joined to a circle, and an arm is a teardrop shape joined to a cylinder. Obviously, there are extra steps like cutting in fingers and toes, but everything is based off of basic shapes.
Hey. I've got kind of a weird question. Every time I go to convention, I try and fix whats wrong with my booth. I cannot seem to find any sort of acrylic or plastic stand that RISES upward to store my dragons and save space. What are you using here? ?