Brony con in Baltimore or baltimare, it was fun, being in Road Island where I real I'm the only brony there,being almost over whelmed with bronys and pony merchandise was so wonderful, thank you all for brightening up my year an I the only one here who went to bronycon?
I went to two actually. I went to a convention called Otakufest in Cebu where I live and another one called Medieval Day.
Otakufest was pretty fun (kinda). I was by myself most of the time so I didn't know any of the people. There were some artists there but I was shy talking to them cause they either looked really busy or didn't understand English (which is a damn shame cause I can only speak English).
Medieval Day was a bit of a downer. It was fun because someone made an Iron Throne replica and the Game of Throne art there was bloody fantastic. But only problem is that there were freaking anime cosplayers. I have nothing against cosplaying, but please leave your school girl/maid outfits at home. I wanted to see suits of armor...not your super kawii outfit
earlier this year i went to the War is Over exhibition by Yoko Ono at the Museum of Contemporary Art! needless to say, it was very interesting. i went a few weeks ago to a local gallery since there was local environmental art competition. i got into the exhibition since i made a bag
I went to a place a couple states over, and we were at the masquerade and my best friend won! She was a zombie bride. She put on the makeup in our hotel room, because they lived locally and hadn't gotten one, and they didn't want to mess up their car with fake blood. We never got the stains out of that towel... Anyhow, I had one of the least noticable costumes there. Last year I won my division for an awesome Zita the Spacegirl costume. This year it was Annabeth Chase. I had the necklace, the shirt, and the fake dagger, but there was a zombie bride, and Link from Legend of Zelda, and multiple superheros, and characters from Candyland with real candy on their costumes, and it was epic! I went to a fiction writing class, too, and it wasn't that good. It was alright, but it used a form of plotting that I don't like...
I went to the GOMA (Gallery of Modern Art), in Brisbane. That was pretty cool because Cai Guo-Qiang's "Falling Back to Earth" exhibition was on and all his work was incredible. Here's a link to some photos of the show if anyone would like to see his art, it's very good! www.yatzer.com/Falling-Back-to…