Clovercon is a small anime convention great for both new and veteran attendees. Like last year and the years previous, the 2018 convention took place in the 4-H Center in Somerset New Jersey. I attended as a vendor in artist alley. I started vending in January and although I’m newer to the vending scene,… Continue reading Clovercon 2018: Artist Alley Review
I know this blog is usually catered to an anime fan audience, but was in the mood to put together a book post! Let me know if you want to see some more of these posts in the future. The original tag is here
There was a massive reveal on yesterday’s Steven Universe episode. For those who are unfamiliar, Steven Universe is a Cartoon Network show which focuses on the titular character, Steven, along his caretakers and guardians who are personified gems. Steven is a half human-half gem hybrid, who’s mother is the rebellious gem, Rose Quartz. This blog… Continue reading The Problem with Rose Quartz
Over the weekend I attended Zenkaikon, which took place in The Marriott and Atlantic City Convention Center in Lancaster, Pennsylvania. The con is on the smaller scale, with five-thousand attendees, making it easy to meet new faces and see some old friends! I’m going to divide this review into sections for easy reading.
I came back from a convention the other day and wanted to do a piece on this topic.
Although I have been a vendor at one smaller event so far, I learned a lot from this event and decided to put together a few tips when it comes to artist alleys. I hope this helps some of my art friends, as well as others.
It is a rare find to come across a full fledged bakery inside of a mall. At Sweetly Chique, there’s treats made for people who have a bit of a sweet tooth. The sweets are not just delicious, they also look adorable, as well! My friend had tried one of their red velvet brownies, which… Continue reading The Mall Bakery: Sweetly Chique Review