Last Saturday (October 26) I went to this event that took place in the Museo de Arte Contemporaneo Sofía Imber... YES I KNOW, it's called Armando Reverón, BUT THAT'S NOT THE MUSEUM'S NAME! That place was and still is Sofia Imber's Museum of Contemporany Art and it is its real name ever since I was a kid, and I will called that way until Venezuela gets a new government and fix all this mess that Chavez and Maduro left!
Anyway, like I said before, last Saturday I went to this event that took place in the Museo de Arte Contemporaneo Sofia Imber called Otaku Brotherhood. I saw the announce on Facebook and, since I was tired being at my home for too long, I decided to go and see what is about.
So, I went to that event and, it was pretty fun. Not the big deal like Caracas Comic Con, but at least they're not the jerks of Shin Osecon, another convention that I used to go, until some incident I had when I won a drawing contest. I will write about this topic in the future.
Anyway, I took some photos and videos in the event.
Overall, I have a nice time in the event. Not a great time, but nice. Because, there are a few things that I didn't like how they managed the event:
For example, the distribution of the tables was a really bad idea; I mean, putting some tables in the middle of the road was making a human congestion, I feel I couldn't breath in that zone. Why they didn't put all the tables in all the road instead of putting some in the middle?
Other things that I was complain about it is the Dance Dance Revolution event: putting the TV and the console in a small restaurant was another bad idea, there is no much space for so many teens and kids and adults! I think they didn't expect that a lot of people will come to this event.
Oh well, at least I ate a chocolate cake and a nice cup of latte in Cafe Restaurant. Nope, I'm not making this and I'm not joking! That's the restaurant's name.
Also, and talking about the restaurant, the place that took to use for the Dance Dance Revolution event was a reading zone. You know, like everyone can pick up a book and read while drinking a coffee or eating something. Why they didn't use that zone for reading manga, or watching popular animes of today like My Heroe Academia, One Punch Man, Fate/Stay Zero, to name a few?
Welp, despise of all this, at least I had an excuse to get out of my house and do something instead of staying inside. Here are some videos that I took in the event. Enjoy:
And here we go, with another week of Inktober 2019!
Up next, the last week, and the last arts of this challenge.
Here we go! The third week of Inktober 2019!
Man, so many cartoons from my childhood and my teenhood, so many memories. I used to watch Pokemon for some time but got bored with that. ThunderCats, Transformers and Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtles were my favorite cartoons in my childhood times.
And Dargon Ball Z was my craze in my teenhoods. The final battle againts Cell was one of my favorite fights in the series, Compared with the other fights that Goku had, there was nothing like that fight.
Here we go with another week of Inktober.
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Inktober 2019 has already started!
Here are the first arts of this week. The prompt list that I'm using this year is not the official one, but another one from a group in Facebook called Zombiexquisito. And the theme of their Inktober is Villains.
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