Am I taking on too many things to do? Maybe, I just might be on the cusp of being in over my head.
Recently I have gotten back into freelance mode for design work. I got on a great paying gig and an awesome pro-bono gig with Hal-Con! Which is great really, I need more stuff for my portfolio. So that has been/will be taking up my time after my full time day job.
But on top of that, I have also been focusing on my illustration work and have applied to sell at numerous events that are coming up (some coming up rather quickly).
I've also have taken on a cool project with two good friends, and we'll be making a short story comic book based on some of Poe's work. We hope to have it out and ready for reading for Hal-Con (November).
I am also being a part of a reality web series for an Arcade shop. 3 artists are going head to head in a revamp competition. We have 2 episodes shot, and some filler clips. A few more and it will be aired!! Check out the site to get all of the latest info. Arcade Revamp.
And now I decided to take part in an upcoming gallery exhibit. So yea.
I might be biting off more than I can chew. But I love it. I love working under pressure. I find I do my best work because of it. So weird right?
SO with that all said, here is a list of the events I will be participating in.
NEStalgia - Video game art show - Opening night March 21st at the Dart Gallery.
Spring Geekquinox - March 22-23rd at the Halifax Forum
Aubcon - April 26 at the Auburn Drive High School (small con like event)
East Coast Comic Expo - May 17th at the Crossman Community Center (Moncton)
Maybe DCAF - More info to come if accepted. *fingerscrossed*
Hal-Con - November 7-9 at the World Trade Center.
And that's it so far. I'm hoping I'll be accepted into DCAF. Now that they are so popular, they are taking comic artists over just artists, But with a comic book in the works, I hope they will take that into consideration.
I hoping that's it. ahaha, Though I do have a tendecy of applying to other events on a whim, but luckily for me, my bf brings me back to reality. Most of the time.