I wish I could be buried beneath a mountain of salt and vinegar chips right now, and then just eat my way out of it. I always go through these food phases, where I can't get enough of one thing for a month or so, and then I get tired of it and move on. Although, I haven't been able to kick this chip habit, and it's been about 3 months now.

Like, if it wasn't crazy, I'd go up the street to the convenience store right now at 12:20am just to get a bag. But it is a bit crazy, and so I won't.


Just added a couple of the originals left over from MoCCA to my etsy.

Meet My Robot Parrot

If you ask her, Victoria is certainly due for her moment to shine amongst her high societal social circles. And now, thanks to a certain mad scientist whose services she sought out, her very own robot parrot will be sure to grab her some attention at the next cotillion. That Margorie and her silly talking dog won't know what hit them.

Bird. Donut. Birdnut.
Few things are grander to a small bluebird than the prospect of devouring an entire strawberry frosted donut. Once the initial confusion wears off.


Bags, bags, where to get bags...

I need some bags done up before I go out to San Diego for Comic Con.... enough people come to the tables and buy something and then look around haplessly for a bag to put their item in, that I need to do something. I wonder where I can get some with a logo printed, cheap. Or maybe the way to go is just get some plain bags, and then have stickers printed and slap 'em on the bag?

Stuff to ponder.


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Added this to etsy the other day; all the little robots were popular at TCAF and MoCCA.... these are prints up on etsy; I actually did the original while sitting around at TCAF last month.


Yeti Shirt from Squid Fire

I got the cutest shirt at MoCCA last weekend....

Agh, so cute. The company is called Squid Fire. Stuff seems to be on sale, so go check it out; I love their designs.




Well, I officially hate my camera. That's what I learned at MoCCA.

My scanner completely and ultimately pooped out on me, and so I wasn't scanning pieces as they were finished, and being that I have a craptastic little Sony point and shoot, I didn't really get any snaps of them at home. It occurred to me once the pieces actually started selling that I didn't have record of them. Duh.

So, utilizing the awful lighting in the Armory, I took some blurry photos of the table.

Not many really turned out too well. Bah.

In this one, I put little asterisks (...which you can't actually see unless you click on the image. ha.) on the ones that I still have, and didn't sell. I actually brought even more in on Sunday, and sold out of all the new items. So out of the 20 or so that I made, the ones you see with the asterisks are all that's left, and going onto etsy in the next day or so.

And quite frankly? I can't decide whether to be upset or glad that this one didn't sell. It's my favorite one. I did it at TCAF and it didn't sell there either. Seriously, people; it's a bird and a donut. How can you turn your back on a bird and a donut? I will probably make a print of this just to have for myself in the event that the original sells either via the blog or etsy.

This was something else I liked, and it sold pretty much right off the bat. A guy pointed at it, and asked his friend if someone would like it, and the friend was like, "If you don't get it for her, I'm going to get it". So that was pretty cool.

The Armory was hotter Sunday than it was Saturday, I think, and a prolonged lunch up the street was most welcome. I then came back and melted awhile. I didn't really get to walk around like I promised myself, except to buy Meredith Gran's excellent third volume of Octopus Pie.

All in all, MoCCA was a fair success. I am looking forward to Comic Con in San Diego, though I know I'll have the opposite issue with the temperature; I will freeze my butt off and run outside for brief moments where I can sit in the sunshine... and watch dudes joust on the terrace.