Friday, December 31, 2010

New Year!

Hey there everyone!

I've decided to start posting more of my insightful, tutorial-based posts because the new season of conventions and sleepless nights has started. Get ready for a tornado of raptors.

Sometimes in the off season of conventions, I feel like I forget what we've accomplished that year. 2010 was an awesome year. I got the best group of friends to help me make the best costumes I could, in one last space-explosion at the comic con masquerade. We did it, better than I'd ever hoped for, and in the process I got a lot of new friends, supporters, compliments, and a random part in a major motion picture. Speaking of which, my plans for 2011 are going to be revolving around making new costumes, promoting Crabcat, waiting for Comic Con Episode 4: A Fan's Hope to come out so that I can see how ridiculous I look on the big screen, and then not-so-patiently waiting for ME3 and the conclusion of Shepard's story (DIE REAPERS DIE).

If anything, this year has changed me a lot. In what I want to do with my life, and what I want to do to give people something they will remember. Bringing games to life like we did really made a difference, I think, and gave people something else to escape reality with.

But either way, we have a saying that comic con gets better every year, and hopefully that stands true this year as well. So thanks to everyone that donated, and that became a part of this awesome new costume-creating group of awesomeness.

Awesome. (again)



Artelios Rosewater said...

Loved your ME2 costumes. Keep up the good work and can't wait to see what you produce this year!


Anonymous said...

You Still Helping to make the Samara Costume?

caio_cantarin said...

i live and brazil..
mass effect isn't popular here, But this costumes that you make ? no one ill ever see one of those around here. I just saw on youtube !!! WOW !!
congratilations , really nice job

Eleni said...

It was a very exciting year for you (at least, what bits of your year I glimpsed on your blog were awesome). I hope 2011 brings you even more excitement and opportunities, and I very much look forward to Comic Con Episode 4: A Fan's Hope, as well as Mass Effect 3, Dragon Age 2, and Star Wars: The Old Republic, of course :)

Brent said...

Good post.

"Bringing games to life like we did really made a difference, I think, and gave people something else to escape reality with."

Well said.