During May 18-19th I had the pleasure to come out to Ontario California for it's 3rd annual Comic Con Revolution. I was pleasantly surprised how much I enjoyed my experience, considering my prior two (unrelated conventions) were not the best in memory. My table mates were courteous, helpful, and energetic. The conversations I had with guests were engaging, but the best thing I could ever hope for was to see how the audience reacted to my work, and actually see patterns to apply in the future! It felt like what i'd imagined my first exhibitor would've been like.
I first want to thank my readers for being incredibly supportive and patient during my hiatus on Wild Pack. It's been radio silent here for some time as I have never constituted my healing progress or WIP as a worthy update. But that's were my fault lies.
I took a 3 month hiatus for my hand to heal. Over an extensive period of time, without realizing, I developed Arthritis or "Degenerative Arthritis", causing inflammation and pain though my joints. It killed me to be away so long from drawing and being less-involved with readers.
With more insight on how to manage my pain and taking frequent breaks from drawing, Wild Pack will resume on May 20th! Until then, i'll be preparing for Comic Con Revolution's Artist Alley.
I hope you're enjoying the season as much as I am. There's nothing like listening to classic horror movie, feeling the fresh breeze, and enjoying a slice of pumpkin pie to get me in the mood to drawing.