Anyway! Sales wise the day was moderate. I sold a lot of copies of issue one, which was awesome, but had so few art requests at the table as to be practically nonexistent. The single most common reaction Rough Housing has received so far is "YOU'RE DOING A NEW COMIC???" followed by the occasional "OH MY GOD YOU'RE COMING TO ANTHROCON AGAIN???"... which really baffled me. O.o
Still, people seem to be liking the comic and happy to see it, which is a good thing. :) Today I'm going to put up some signs around the theme of "Sketches are open! Have me draw for you!" in the hopes of getting that to pick up a bit. I'm also going to make sure I have those #&*@!! chargers at the table, so I can have internet access, so I can have the scripts handy I need to do layouts for, so I can be drawing at the table regardless or not of whether I have commissions. It's like when restaurants cook food even when they don't have customers, hoping the delicious smell will lure 'em in.
On a side note: Uncle Kage told me in highly surprised (and moderately inebriated) tones that I looked younger than I had in years, which was flattering, if unexpected. :) Thanks, Kage! ^.^