The last two days of IlluxCon were hectic. With the showcase, the weekend salon and the main show all at once, it was kinda hard to try to keep up.
That being said, I kept meeting very interesting people and managing to find time to actually chat with them.
It also was a great time for me to step back and reflect on what I wanted to do with my budding carreer and really reflect on HOW and WHERE I should put my efforts.
Zoë Robinson (from Fantasy Flights Games) helped me a lot by sending me back to square one, taking me by the shoulders and re-aligning me on my true path. It was impressive, humbling and exhilarating at the same time.
Meeting him for the first time, Dorian Vallejo took the time to give me some very profound, artist-to-artist advice. I don't know if I'll ever be able to thank him enough but he has been one of those very bright stars you only see one or twice in a lifetime.
So yeah... all in all, great Con.
Pictured: I tried to do some urban sketching but was forced to abandon my watercolor halfway through.