Eternal Con was a success! Except that I got turned around on the Long Island bus system and got there a half hour after show hours started. But I've traveled enough to remain calm and knew I'd get there eventually, and figured not many people would be there right in the morning. Wrong! There were so many people! I give credit to the people who organized this convention - they had a phenomenal turnout for it being the first show of its kind. I did well and was sketching a lot. I want to post pics, but I have a feeling I'm getting too busy with other work nowadays to spend so much time on recapping.
Oh yes, and the Aviation Museum seemed cool, even though I only saw like a corner of it. But the skylight windows were burning up me and my table. Luckily, I had a mini bottle of sunblock with me (or I'd get burned within 20 minutes). I was saved that day, but not on the next for Make It On Myrtle, where got burned while outside all day talking to people about the work shops. It was bound to happen eventually.