The joys of signing : finding space at a Con

Lack of space? Finding space in a Comic Con

Yes, every comic con has its hassles ! All artists compete for the “prime space lots” and, at the TCAF, for any signing space. (I did not get in this year, so may be in May 2015. The upbeat is that I will have graphic novels out.)

This inspired me this page, well retouched with Manga Studio, and a slight wink to Canadian astronaut Chris Hadfield, the ISS commanding officer.

For the science fiction afficionados (especially those who saw Gravity!) there are at least 25 totally irrealist or unexact things, besides kiosk 63 frail “bubble”: among them, the Canadarm has changed from 2004 (the new version here), and the Space shuttles were replaced by Soyouz ships…

Moreover, you can see a lot of obsolete art material floating around the signing table! Those who can spot my Ames Lettering Guide will be reward by a cordial salute at the next Con. Where? If you missed me in the TCAF crowd, I will be at the Image collections Comic shop, for the Bread and Honey festival of Streetsville (Saturday June 7th).



One response to “The joys of signing : finding space at a Con

  1. Fantastic Drawing M….and gotta LOVE all the LINKS you provide with your postings!…. Where is that B&H thing again?…all we get through that link is a LAME pitiful website….oh, wait, it looks slightly familiar… :o)

    See you @ B&Honey 2014!!!…..


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