What an honor to spend some time with legendary animation and comics artist Keith Tucker.
Joel Adams displaying some of his incredible work from King of the Hill.
We were a little jealous of Floyd Sumner's sweet Copic Multiliner case.
Rebecca was thrilled to meet comic artist Jeff Johnson, best known for his work on Marvel Comics’ Wonder Man, as well as The Amazing Spider-Man, Green Lantern, and Weapon X.
Check out Erin Derrick's custom Copic marker case, built for her by her grandfather. How cool!
Savannah Glitschka dazzled us with this dragon.
We loved this piece by Richard McConochie’s color blending on his whimsical robot landscape piece.
Magic Wheelchair is a fantastic nonprofit organization that puts smiles on the faces of deserving kidds in wheelchairs by creating custom costumes for them at no expense to their families. We were fortunate enough to catch the reveal of their latest creation - a Star Wars Star Destroyer! Check out their website and how you can get involved - they have teams working on costumes all over the country.
And the cosplay was great, too…
Special shout out to Cosplay Characters for Kindness, a volunteer group who enjoy costuming and put that hobby to good use by doing events for charity fundraising. They were there raising money for The Magic Wheelchair.
We were mesmerized by Toby Wayne's Original Horror Creations. Matt picked up one sculpture, nicknamed "Frank."
Annie M. Pasquinelli was there with her new book, Stronger: A Fearless Nine Story.
And, of course, we said hi to our friends at Blue Moon Books in Eugene, OR!