Whiew! It’s been a crazy time preparing for Anime Boston 2018 and then navigating the inevitable chaos that is selling in an Artist Alley, but it was a whole lot of fun. I got to meet and chat with some really fantastic artists this year, as well as say hello to some old friends. And the folks who visited my booth were awesome! I’m so grateful to have the chance to meet so many wonderful people.Continue reading →
Anime Boston 2018 is just 9 days away, and I’m hard at work trying to get as many creatures ready for adoption at the show as I can. Along with a few litters of pipe fox spirits, baby raptors and dragons, I also have an extra special batch of companions that will be available for sale for the first time ever at Anime Boston: Baby T-Rex poseable art dolls!Continue reading →
With less than two weeks until my second-ever convention appearance at Anime Boston 2018, I wanted to take this opportunity to start previewing some of the art dolls that I’ll have at my booth at the convention! I was really taken off-guard last year with the speed with which my Pipe Fox Spirits sold out at the show, with almost all of them sold within the first few hours that Artist Alley was open. So this year, I’ve increased the number of Pipe Foxes that I’ll be bringing to the event…Continue reading →
When I attended Anime Boston 2017 last year as part of Artist Alley, I only brought along a handful of my Baby Raptor poseable art dolls, as I wasn’t sure if anyone attending the show was going to want to buy larger, more expensive plushies. To my shock, all of the raptors I brought were sold out during the first hour of the show! Many con-goers saw the raptors on my business cards and were disappointed that none were left for the majority of the convention, so I tripled my efforts to hopefully make enough to last a bit longer this year…Continue reading →
So who’s making all this stuff anyway?
Hi, I’m Jen! I’ve been making little creatures and things since I was a little kid. I started out twisting pipe cleaners into little dragons and flying them around the yard.Continue reading →