It's over and I'm kinda sad (yet happy to be doing this post from the floor of my living room) - home is a nice to place to be after all.
Today, day 3, the con opened at 11 to everyone and it was rather busy.
We had a small list left to accomplish.
CT wanted a Green Lantern & HT wanted a Flash.
We did a lot of wandering on Day 3.
We stopped by Sanford Greene but he was too far behind on commissions to even do a quick sketch for HT like he did last year.
We found some neat art that caught this eye. CT asked Andy Belanger for a Batman. He said it would take about 20-30 minutes and to come back. When we did, WOW! He did a seriously amazing job! He drew Batman and filled the black in with actual painter's ink and was cool to watch. It's on of my favorite sketches. It's just so B&W. He was with a group and they have a comic series called "Kill Shakespeare". We bought a single issue and they guys signed it for us. I, personally, have not read it yet, but i plan to and hubby says the trade would be a good read.
|The guy in the hat, that's Andy, who did the sketch for CT.|
While walking around, we decided to make sure we saw Bill Meiggs (we saw him on twitter). HT asked for a sketch of the Hulk and he did a very nice one and rather quickly.
The boys had kind of had enough of the con by noon-ish on Day 3. We had spent more than we had wanted already so going and buying some pre-done artwork (like the stuff I wanted from Jamie Cosley) just was not in this year's budget. Tom picked up a Transformers trade and HT got another action figure (Iceman). We did one last lap around and we headed out, happily fulfilled.