Being prepped on the friday was a good way to prepare for the Saturday, because it was Insane! Locked in place for the day there was no let up. Sketch followed Sketch, each different and diverse yet equally challenging.
There were a few of the regular requests, Optimus Prime, Spider-man, Venom, but I was kept in check with some of the sketches that were asked for.
Wether it be Cat-woman on Red:
MOVIE FrenZY "Not G1!"
Or even a portrait of a quirky young lady with the'EYE of SAURON' on her head. :)
Yep I sketched it all.
This Event seems to get bigger and better with every show and the cosplay has now become such an integral part, it now also seems to be filtering into my sketches. I guess the show now just would not be the same without it.
Okay, what do I say about this last weekend? Well, I had a lot of fun :)
A big part of which was down to the great people that attend these shows. Opposite is The Scooby Gang from Mystery Inc. that helped look after my wears while I went on a secret mission.
Shhh can't tell you, it's a secret.
What I can tell you about is the show. I decided to travel down and attend the friday as it had an early opening from 2-7. Straight away I was sketching, and one of the early sketches set the tone for the weekend. Hulk vs. Steam-punk Chicken on a burning train. Ok' I can do that.
As seen below :D
The JOKER holding a sock puppet.
COSPLAYING WITH ATTITUDE.
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