Tucson Comic Con 2019 Basic Action Figure Photography

November 26th, 2019

Want to Increase your like and follows, make new friends and play with toys! Check out this informative panel by Max Ellentuck
 
 
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We had a great time at Tucson Comic Con 2019! please check out more of the con with the panels we streamed on Twitch  at https://www.twitch.tv/creativeplayandpodcast

And all our podcast episodes from past and present Tucson Comic cons at https://creativeplayandpodcastnetwork.podbean.com/category/tucson-comic-con/

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Tucson Comic Con 2019 Gearing up for Steampunk

November 19th, 2019

This Tucson Comic con  panel is for those overwhelmed by the possibilities at the heart of Steampunk costuming, Madame Askew and Temperance are both delighted to be your tour guides and good will ambassadors for this new costuming adventure.

See more of Madame Askew at https://www.facebook.com/MadameAskew/ and https://www.patreon.com/MadameAskew

We had a great time at Tucson Comic Con 2019! please check out more of the con with the panels we streamed on Twitch  at https://www.twitch.tv/creativeplayandpodcast

And all our podcast episodes from past and present Tucson Comic cons at https://creativeplayandpodcastnetwork.podbean.com/category/tucson-comic-con/

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Tucson Comic Con 2019 Cosplay as a Job

November 19th, 2019

Have you ever wanted to turn your cosplay hobby into a profession? Enjoy this insider look and panel by Superheroes Unlimited discusses how to operate as a cosplay business at a professional level, and get tip on important things such as personal marketing, social media, industry networking, booking conventions, etc.

Check out more about this awesome Cosplay group at:

https://www.facebook.com/SuperHerosUnlimited/

https://www.instagram.com/SuperHeroesUnlimited/

https://www.superheroesunlimited.com/

We had a great time at Tucson Comic Con 2019! please check out more of the con with the panels we streamed on Twitch  at https://www.twitch.tv/creativeplayandpodcast

And all our podcast episodes from pastand present Tucson Comic cons at https://creativeplayandpodcastnetwork.podbean.com/category/tucson-comic-con/

See more at http://creativeplayandpodcastnetwork.com/
Our other podcast https://creativeplayandpodcastnetwork.podbean.com/
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Tucson Comic Con 2019 The History of Cosplay

November 11th, 2019

Join the awesome panelists of Jinx Cosplay and ThermoCosplay as they hosted agreat panel on the journey of cosplay!
From the first "costumed player" in 1939 to the cosplay industry of 2019, let's chat about the history of cosplay!
 
Check our more of the amazingness that is ThermoCosplay at https://www.thermocosplay.com/
and Jinx Coxplay at https://www.jinxcosplay.com/
 

We had a great time at Tucson Comic Con 2019! please check out more of the con with the panels we streamed on Twitch  at https://www.twitch.tv/creativeplayandpodcast

And all our podcast episodes from pastand present Tucson Comic cons at https://creativeplayandpodcastnetwork.podbean.com/category/tucson-comic-con/

See more at http://creativeplayandpodcastnetwork.com/
Our other podcast https://creativeplayandpodcastnetwork.podbean.com/
And please listen and support us at https://www.patreon.com/cppn

 
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Tucson Comic Con 2019 Panel Balancing Creative Work and a Busy Life

November 5th, 2019

I know I definitely wanted to share this Panel from Tucson Comic Con this year as soon as I saw it posted as all Costumers, Gamers, Makers and Cosplayers know Work Life balance can be really hard!

Can you do all the things in life and still have time and energy for creative work? You bet! Come hear three professionals discuss the importance of habits, goals, rewards, community, time management, and more.

The Wonderful panelists:

Jennifer Bushroe
KJ Kabza
Janni Lee Simner

We had a great time at Tucson Comic Con 2019! please check out more of the con with the panels we streamed on Twitch  at https://www.twitch.tv/creativeplayandpodcast

And all our podcast episodes from pastand present Tucson Comic cons at https://creativeplayandpodcastnetwork.podbean.com/category/tucson-comic-con/

See more at http://creativeplayandpodcastnetwork.com/
Our other podcast https://creativeplayandpodcastnetwork.podbean.com/
And please listen and support us at https://www.patreon.com/cppn

 

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Interview with Ed, Gaming Manager at Tucson Comic-Con

October 29th, 2019

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Were looking forward to a fun weekend this Nov 1st. 2nd and 3rd so I wanted to talk to Ed the Game Manager of Tucson Comic-Con about the fun weekend of gaming coming up this weekend!
 
Well be getting our GAME ON at #TCC! Join us for hours of fun and excitement in our game room with RPGs , tabletop games and the free Arcade games!
 
Join in the Pop Culture For All at #TucsonComicConNov. 1-3, 2019 at the Tucson Convention Center
To host a Game atTucsonComic-Con go to tinyurl.com/tcc19game or
https://register.growtix.com/games/submission/Tucson_Comic_Con_2019
 
This year the Cons Game room is open from:
Fri 3pm-10pm
Sat 10am-midnight
Sun 10am-5pm
 
"WE ARE MILITANTY ENCLUSIVE"
 
Find everything Tucson Comic-Con here at https://www.tucsoncomic-con.com/
Thank you Bookmans for sponsoring the gaming room: https://bookmans.com/
Thank youAmazing Descovries for letting us record at your store  https://www.amazingmtg.com/
Please check out Extra Life at https://www.extra-life.org/
Our favorite Gaming Con RinCon: http://rincongames.com/
 
Join in the Pop Culture For All at #TucsonComicCon
Nov. 1-3, 2019 at the Tucson Convention Center
To host a Game atTucsonComic-Con go to tinyurl.com/tcc19game or
https://register.growtix.com/games/submission/Tucson_Comic_Con_2019
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CoKoCon 2019 Panel Death or Fabric

September 23rd, 2019

CoKoCon 2019 Panel Death or Fabric

Recorded Saturday at CoKoCon 2019,

Costuming, Steampunk CoKoCon CoKoCon2019 #CoKoCon #CoKoCon2019 #Steampunk #Costuming

Join Madame Askew and Temrance for a thrilling discussion of lethal fabrics as we have all quipped about suffering for fashion, and many of us may have paid a painful price for a costuming mishap or poorly fitting shoes. But Leave it to those delightful denizens of the 19th century to take this commitment to fashion to another level! With the rise of industrialization, synthetic dyes and new techniques and demands in fashion, to bring about deadlier consequences for those killer fashions. Join Madame Askew for a thrilling discussion of lethal fabrics.

Madame Askew is a time traveling tea aficionado, obsessed with fantastical, historical fashion and the proper uses for headgear. When Madame is not preoccupied with tea, she operates a small atelier where she creates fanciful bespoke garments, underpinnings and hats for delightful humans from the Steampunk set. Perhaps best known for her whimsical tea adventures with her partner, the Grand Arbiter, Madame is also delighted to teach sewing workshops and to host regular live sewing teatorials with her dear friend Temperance.

 

See more of Madame Askew at https://www.facebook.com/MadameAskew/

 

Find out more about CoKoCon here at http://www.cokocon.org/2020/index.html

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CoKoCon 2019 Panel Unwrapping the Victorian Lady

September 19th, 2019

CoKoCon 2019 Panel Unwrapping the Victorian Lady
 
Friday night at CoKoCon 2019, NSFW and 18+, Costuming, Steampunk

Join Madame Askew and Kellie Springer as Madame Askew as she demystifies and defrocks the Victorian lady! Take her guided tour through the many layers of frocks, frills and foibles as she unveils the undergarments that make big bustle dreams come true.
 
Madame Askew is a time traveling tea aficionado, obsessed with fantastical, historical fashion and the proper uses for headgear. When Madame is not preoccupied with tea, she operates a small atelier where she creates fanciful bespoke garments, underpinnings and hats for delightful humans from the Steampunk set. Perhaps best known for her whimsical tea adventures with her partner, the Grand Arbiter, Madame is also delighted to teach sewing workshops and to host regular live sewing teatorials with her dear friend Temperance.
 
See more of Madame Askew at https://www.facebook.com/MadameAskew/
 
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CoKoCon 2019 Panel Writing and Gaming How RPGs and Video Games Influence Your Writing

September 19th, 2019

CoKoCon 2019 Panel Writing and Gaming How RPGs and Video Games Influence Your Writing

 

Recorded live at CoKoCon 2019

Join our panelists Beth Cato, Diana Terrill Clark, Floyd Getchell, Stephanie Weippert as they discuss how gaming from Dungeons and Dragons to Final Fantasy has inspired their writing.

 

Beth Cato

She's the author of The Clockwork Dagger (a 2015 Locus Award finalist for First Novel) and The Clockwork Crown (an RT Reviewers' Choice Finalist) from Harper Voyager. Her novella Wings of Sorrow and Bone was a 2016 Nebula nominee. Her new alt-history steampunk series began with Breath of Earth and continues with Call of Fire and Roar of Sky.

Follow her at BethCato.com and on Twitter at @BethCato.

 

Diana Terrill Clark

Diana Terrill Clark was born in Oregon, grew up in California, and lived in many other places before settling in Arizona. She and her co-writer, D. S. Harders, have two books in the Chloe's Story series: Cause and Effect and Ice and Fire. The third in the series, Life and Death, is coming soon. She has two poetry blogs, and is published in several poetry volumes. She loves Dreadpunk and Steampunk and has a Dreadpunk page on Facebook, Dreadpunk = Gothic Horror. She lives in Old Town Scottsdale and enjoys, in no particular order, dark chocolate, coffee and Jamesons.,

 

Floyd Getchell

Floyd refers to himself as a novelist because that is all he writes: novels. Floyd is retired from the U. S. Army, being a veteran of both the Afghanistan and Iraq Wars. Floyd has written several novels about alien invasion, a sequel to H. G. Wells’s The War of the Worlds and a nearly finished trilogy about cowboys in space, the Pilgrim's Trail saga.

Floyd has a BA in History and travels the world to visit historic sites. Floyd is currently working on his novels and researching ancient mariners' travels around the world. Floyd is also a resilience trainer and grief counselor, helping those dealing with loss. Floyd lives in Casa Grande with his young son when not traveling. He’s more likely to be found at Worldcons, so let him know if you plan to attend one.

 

Stephanie Weippert

My writing began with a slug. Let me explain. Several years ago, a local sci-fi convention sent out a call for short stories for an anthology, and since their mascot was a slug, every story had to have a slug, either as an important character, or an important plot element. The idea tickled my funny bone, so I wrote my first story to send out for approval. It wasn't accepted of course, but the writing bug bit and with the help of my tolerant, wonderful husband, I've been writing ever since.

Our moderator Tony Padegimas writer of Go Action Fun Time RPG

 

Find out more about CoKoCon here at http://www.cokocon.org/2020/index.html

 

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Meet the Guests of CoKoCon 2019

September 19th, 2019

Meet the Guests of CoKoCon 2019

 

Join the gests of CoKoCon 2019: Alexander James Adams, Dee Astell, Mark Boniece, Emily Devenport, Gilead, Professor Sparks

Here's a chance to meet all of CoKoCons our GoHs in one place, at one time.

Alexander James Adams

A professional musician of over forty years, Alec has always used magic in his performances to transform and inspire his listeners into states of being and realms of desire that leave them changed for the better. Using stories and songs of Antiquity, he creates places where the audience can find their unspoken secrets and address them with new inspiration.

With twenty albums, a few spoken word stories and many collaborations with other musicians, Alexander applies transformational magic to his music in hopes of changing things that need to be changed.

Heir to the music and legend of Heather Alexander, Alec performs her music and his own with a style that goes beyond reality and into the imagined.

 

Dee Astell

Dee Astell co-founded and co-runs the Arizona Penny Dreadfuls. She’s the Fashion Manager for Wild Wild West Steampunk Convention, ran the steampunk track at Phoenix Comicon and has been Steampunk Coordinator for many others. She runs maker workshops across the southwest. She chaired Westercon 70, serves on the board at LepreCon, Inc. and is a member of CASFS and WesternSFA

 

Mark Boniece

Mark has chaired 16 conventions in the Phoenix area and has lost count of the times he has volunteered in all areas of con running. He was Dealer Liaison and Hotel Liaison for Westercon 70.

He's currently Chairman of CASFS and Vice President of WesternSFA. He has also served as a director and officer for several other fan groups in Arizona.

 

Emily Devenport

Nine of her novels were published in the U.S. by NAL/Penguin/Roc, under three pen names. She has also been published in the U.K., Italy, and Israel. Her novels are Shade, Larissa, Scorpianne, EggHeads, The Kronos Condition, GodHeads, Broken Time (which was nominated for the Philip K. Dick Award), Belarus and Enemies. Her ebooks, The Night Shifters and Spirits of Glory are available from Amazon. Her most recent novels are from Tor: Medusa Uploaded and Medusa in the Graveyard.

Her short stories were published in Asimov's SF Magazine, the Full Spectrum anthology, The Mammoth Book of Kaiju, Uncanny, Cicada, Science Fiction World, Alfred Hitchcock, Clarkesworld, Longshot Island and Aboriginal SF, whose readers voted HER a Boomerang Award. She blogs at emsjoiedeweird.com.

 

Gilead 

Growing up in the magical fairyland of Prescott, AZ—located in the Bradshaw Mountain range just west of Cimmeria, east of Barsoom and near the mines of Moria—Gilead spent his youth sketching the dragons, goblins and fairies who always surrounded him but whom, sadly, most other people couldn't see.

He continues to travel between worlds to draw and paint on location in such places as Narnia, Hyborea and Central Arizona, usually after convincing the most beautiful women of those realms to take their clothes off for him. It's a tough gig.

"Fantasy and science fiction are so strongly associated with the illustration of books that it confuses people to meet a fantasy artist who isn't an illustrator, but I got my fill of commercial art in the sign business. My style is realism with a heavy dose of whimsy. It's all in good fun. I don't take myself too seriously; I just like to make cool pictures."

Now a retired sign painter and something of an environmentalist, Gilead likes to paint on recycled materials such as lumber, cabinet doors and old signs. "What I do take seriously is the environment and ways to make it better. My current focus is mostly on the social and environmental impact of making art with recycled materials."

See more at https://www.facebook.com/GileadArt

 

Professor Sparks

Professor Sparks presents unique and spectacular high voltage shows, demonstrating some of the rare and unique electrical artifacts and apparatus he has been collecting for decades.

By day a safety expert training OSHA compliance officers all across the U.S., Professor Sparks presents spectacular visual displays of high voltage arcs, sparks and bolts of electricity with a 500,000 volt Tesla coil and equipment from Ken Strickfaden's set for the 1931 Frankenstein, including the Cosmic Ray Diffuser, the Digital Disputer and the Nebularium, not to forget the 75,000 volt lightning screen.

Find out more about CoKoCon here at http://www.cokocon.org/2020/index.html

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