table at swarm con in savannah, ga
Chloe and I shared a table at the con.

Chloe and I were also extra prepared – we brought a large package of bottled waters, scissors, and tape, which are absolute must-haves if you intend on having a table at a convention.

It also helps if you have business cards, which I FORGOT the first day of the convention. Because I’m a derp.

However, I did meet a ton of cool people at the con, and I even snagged a TON of new comics to read. (Expect the return of Review Day Tuesday to cover all these awesome works!)

The first day, Saturday, was even busier than I expected, but that was because of 2 things:

  1. There was a thunderstorm outside, which led to,
  2. The Sidewalk Arts Festival being cancelled and making everyone who WOULD go to the festival, come inside for the con.

Since it was my first time in Georgia, I didn’t realize that thunderstorms in the area were as common as fleas on a dog. But hey, you live and you learn.

So because of the thunderstorm, Saturday was the busiest day. But Sunday still went well, too.

In fact, both days, I was busy making commissions for folks (which I wasn’t expecting. So…thank you!).

In fact, here are some pictures of the commissions I made for attendees, along with the attendees posing with their new works.

swarm con commissions and models SwarmCon_Commish_4 SwarmCon_Commish_9 SwarmCon_Commish_12 SwarmCon_Commish_8 SwarmCon_Commish_6 SwarmCon_Commish_14 SwarmCon_Commish_13

I missed a few pictures, like I forgot to take closer pictures of Brienne from Game of Thrones, Grandpa JoeStar from Jojo’s Bizarre Adventure (an anime I REALLY want to get back into because it has all the things I love in an anime, like muscles), and Figaro from Pinocchio (he was a sketch card commission).

Still, it was a lot of fun to be at this convention, and I hope I get to come back next year!

Thans for reading!

You. Are. Awesome.