For those of you that are here after obtaining one of my misspelled business cards at Katsucon, welcome! If you want to check out some of my art and photogarphy, I’ve got some up on my deviantart account: http://radiant-cadenza.deviantart.com/
It’s updated SLIGHTLY more often than this website, and is in need of some re-organization, but it’s got a sampling of some of the stuff I do. It’ll be a week or two before I get the Katsucon photos online, but for those of you that got cards from me and are looking for your photos, drop me an e-mail and I’ll send you your shots ASAP.
For me, it was a pretty awesome weekend, even though I skipped out on a lot of convention-y things. Didn’t go to any panels, enter any game tournaments, or even buy much of anything in the dealers room. I just walked up and down the hallways taking pictures and interviews of people. As such, I met some pretty awesome people, got hundreds of photographs and and left the con actually feeling productive. To top it off, thanks to the art show I left the convention with a profit. It’s nice for these things to NOT be a drain on the wallet, AND using it for homework.
In my media production class, we’re required to post all of our work publicly online to a blog. The goal is to make a blog that stands decently on it’s own, so that also means all of our photos and video we take for the class have to revolve around the same topic or theme. Me, being… well… me, am doing mine on art and creativity from a nerd culture point of view. So I’m filling it with things like game reviews, artist interviews and Cosplay pictures. You can check it out here: http://artisticade.wordpress.com/ For those of you paying attention, yes, it shares the same name as my online store. Because they both have the same “art and nerd culture” angle, and also increasing my footprint in Google searches. Hooray for SEO!
It’s kinda interesting doing that sort of blog for class. A lot of my posts wind up being kinda rushed to get them done on time for class, but that also forces me to keep a regular update schedule, which is something I’ve always been pretty bad at. Hopefully that’ll become habit forming.