.......and I survived May. The big mural project was finished. I may have to do some touch ups here there but its done. Another nail in the coffin. ARTY Crafty went well. Kinda. My booth received moderate success in term of audience. A lot of kids seem to really like my works (probably because there were Adventure Time & Rise of The Guardians involved). I was honored to have ~KazuLivingstone
visiting my little booth. To be honest, my booth wasn't all that fancy schmancy like the others. I don't have anything to sell to be displayed on my table nor that I was fully prepared on decorating it. All I had to offer at booth was free stickers and a live pixel art demonstration. My booth placement were kinda secluded from others (because I needed the plug points to power up my equipments) probably the factors why my booth did receive much audience. I couldn't say that I was dissappointed, I was very pleased at my moderate success. It was my first ever mini-showcase and live demonstration that I ever did and I'm pleased enough to see people loving my works. Also, thanks to this little event, I now have a paid commission work project. Also, someone bought my prints after the event (he bought my Ezio illustration which was done during the live demo). Twas a glorious day.
Now, June ensues. The battle was not over yet. It was just the beginning. Now, I'm catching up on my assignments, I just scrapped my idea for my animation final projects (but that animation will still be done since I wanted to do an animation web-series), doing the said commission work, and began doing my final projects. This month won't be so merciful as the previous. Wish me luck.