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    j-smuv
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    Baltimore Comic-Con Pictures

    Post by j-smuv on 2010-08-28, 15:38

    I went for the comics, but I stayed for the indie artists. Those guys were amazing. In fact, Seaniusmaximus from the forums was there "pimpin' his wares." A great time, all around. If you haven't checked out his Robot Friends I highly recommend it.








    Costumes are another reason to go to Comic-Con. Here are some of my favorites of the day. . .











    If you haven't ever been before, it's a great chance to rub elbows with established comic professionals and up-and-coming professionals as well! I hope you all get a chance to go this weekend!



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    Re: Baltimore Comic-Con Pictures

    Post by Imperator on 2010-08-28, 16:10

    I'm all for setting up a charitable fund to get you photography lessons. Very Happy Well, at least you have pictures for those of us who didn't make it. Thanks.
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    Re: Baltimore Comic-Con Pictures

    Post by j-smuv on 2010-08-29, 23:24

    Ha! That would be charity. . .

    I just need to remember to actually bring a camera instead of using the crappy camera on my phone Crying or Very sad
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    Re: Baltimore Comic-Con Pictures

    Post by lastcallcomic on 2010-09-04, 22:33

    This year was the first year my husband and I went as regular attendees. Last year we had a table in the Artist's Alley, and absolutely loved it. ...Not so much this year. We didn't realize the Baltimore Con was so vendor-heavy. We walked through the con in about a half-hour, and didn't feel we got our money's worth. ...Though there could have been seminars upstairs that I didn't realize were going on.

    Anyway, next year we're definitely having another Artist Alley table, if only to have a place to sit and observe the costumed folk. Smile

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