There was no doubt the event was great. The Puerto Rico Comic Con have nothing to envy from the other conventions celebrated inside the US territory. Is the third edition I am proud to be part off, and all I can see in the near future, is nothing but bigger and better things. I take my hat off for the PRCC Staff and Crew.
- Over 12,000 people visited the 2 day event.
Experience and hard work has made the event a more mature and enjoyable experience. More people, more stuff to do and a lot loving was spread all around the floor. From the staff, the staring guests, vendors and/or exhibitors all you received in exchange was a huge smile and great complements for the whole two day extravaganza. Hopefully, this reaction and or effect on them will make more business people interested in the event and trust the success it could bring to their products.
A Marvel, DC, or even Image booth is almost around the corner for the interest inside their artists is already there. Bloogers from the US that were there will surely spread the word. I mean, was not to like? You take 2 days to celebrate what you do and love and then you take a few inside an incredible paradise which Puerto Rico is. This year, not even the rain could dismiss the great spectacle that the PRCC came to be.
As an Artist I had the opportunity to exchange some words to many who one way or another follow my work. Some say they saw my work in Facebook, others in DeviantArt, and from there their reaction to my work and all the positive vibes. I almost didn't make the cut as an exhibitor this year, so I thank God and my family (who lend a hand with the costs) for letting me experience the joy of what the event was. Did I mention that even Mr. Ruben Blades stop by the table an exchange some words?
- The great Ruben Blades not only took the pic with me, but gave some loving taking Violet Descend & Tainted for a later read!!!
From the event, some new faces and friends. Some new exciting proposals and an electrical energy that can only be extinguished with some Coffee and Bristol Boards. Because of the PRCC experience, I now love more what I do and hate to work as a Graphic & Web Designer even more. The first monday after the event was a killer, I kept doodling everything everywhere, hardly getting any focus on what was needed to be done.
I can wait for 2012...is going to be awesome.
More to come...need more coffee...
Listening to: EMINEM and DMX
Reading: Nothing at all...
Watching: The man in the mirror
Playing: with a dream coming true?
Eating: Inspiration as a sponge from NYCC
Drinking: TRIPPLE SHOT COFFEE BABY!