Otakon print update:
Instead of rushing some bullshit prints into an online printing service last month so I could receive them in time, I went and bought ink cartridges for my old photo printer so I can print things when I get them done.
Those ink carts only had enough juice for twelve 8x11” prints and I don’t have $50 for another set of ink carts.
I’m printing a few more copies of my stuff on standard photo paper at my workplace (their printer doesn’t support the thick fancy matte paper I bought for the prints), but not too much because I don’t want to drain company resources like that.
The office-printed stuff will have a white border like shown because that is the farthest to the edge it prints.
The semi-gloss prints from my original printer will be sold on a first-come, first-serve basis. I have four Tetris Attack, three Transistor, two Highly Experimental, and one Mushroom Go (the Pikmin print was left over from last year). All letter-sized prints will go at $10 a piece regardless of how it printed, though if anyone wants the fourth Transistor print with the mis-printed leg, I’ll discount that one. It’s printed on canvas texture paper
I will also have markers and mixed media paper on hand for character commissions and will be drawing up some marker doodles of HiEx, Evo, and Immortal Fool characters over the next week. Maybe some Kirby and Link Between Worlds as well
I may have one more letter-sized print whipped up over the weekend.
If sales at Otakon amount to at least half of what I’ve spent in prep, I’ll get some more ink after the con and set up a Storenvy
To people finding this post via Otakon/Artist Alley tags:
My name is Cammi. I will be at Otakon 2014, listed under Studio Squishbag which is a webcomic collective and game dork channel. I author a scifi school webcomic called Highly Experimental and a Super Mario villain webcomic called Immortal Fool. Soon i will have a magic adventure comic called EvoRelution.
Most of my fan art revolves around Nintendo. Nice to meet you.