No matter how tired your feet are by what is actually Day 5 of Comic-Con, counting Preview Night, no matter how exhausted your body and empty your wallet, there's always a bit of sadness in the air when the last few hours of Comic-Con wind down.
In the deviantART booth, we witnessed something a little magical when the voice came over the loudspeaker to announce that Comic-Con was closed at 5:00 pm sharp, the remaining straggling attendees and exhibitors packing up stopped what they were doing and burst into applause. It was a mixture of relief, pride, and fulfillment of a successful convention.
Someone yelled, "See you in 365 days!" and there was a true moment of community with everyone in earshot. Sure, it's a sad sentiment, but it gives us all something to look forward to, and the months ahead will be filled with the happy memories of all we accomplished over the past week. Friends met that stop by every year, new friends, new properties to become fans of, new comic books to read and prints to hang on walls. It was truly an honor to have shared the past 5 days with everyone who stopped by our booth and anyone who wasn't able to make it but who have been following us on social media to share these special moments with us in the best way they can.
Thanks to everyone for making this week such a special, magical thing to be a part of. Until next year, everyone!
How many fandoms can you spot?
Creating spectacular art on our Wacom tablets.
Khaleesi and her Unsullied guards.
captivate and terrify passing deviants.
Our dear Ayame-Kenoshi
stops by to lend a helping hand and a warm smile.
Just a terrifying Spider Queen from the makeup booth several rows down. No big deal.
Creating some crossover fan art, perhaps?
Full-contact art can have you breaking into a sweat. Creativity is serious business!
Sexy Sonic and Amy Rose! Only at deviantART, man!
Thanks again for sharing our time at Comic-Con with us, even if you only visited via these Journals.