"It's time to see what I can do, to test the limits and break through"
One human being tired of the heat, reporting for duty! Well, to those of you living in the warmer areas of the world 25-30 degrees Celcius is probably nothing but pleasant warmth, but yours truly always gets sick during the warmest time of the year (was once again down with fever, as I am almost every single year in July) and I absolutely hate temperatures above 25 degrees, it's nothing but constant discomfort day in day out (except in the middle of the night, when I have to be sleeping anyway so I cannot enjoy the coolness) and my skin's extremely irritated from the constant sweatiness. Autumn, come soon, I miss you.
Heat does not suit me at all! One good thing about all this is that swimming by the nearby river feels heavenly and it's a very quiet, secluded place away from the more popular swimming places, so that's the one great thing about the current heat.
Apart from that, my summer seems to be full of fangirling and other pleasantries. I'm head over heels in love with the new Sailor Moon anime (fkdsafgjdsfs MERCURYYYY) and plan to make some tribute fanart for the next cons, I started rereading the manga once again, I've been replaying FF8 recently and reliving all the good memories and getting drawing ideas, and my head's filled to bursting with ideas for The Hobbit and especially the Reverse Big Bang event starting at Tumblr. So many fandom things recently, what a time to be alive!
and I managed to get ourselves a table from Tracon after a pause of several years, so we will be working hard to make the con a fun experience. As you might know already, Tracon is open overnight as well so artists can keep their tables open at whichever hours suit them best - convenient for us, since we're usually not the earliest risers and don't show up at the crack of the dawn like some morning people do. Personally, Tracon is and has been for many years my favourite annual con so I'm very glad to be selling there again after such a long pause.
Hope it's going to be a good one!