Once again (and all too quickly) Gen Con has come to an end. On the plus side, I'm back where I can sleep the most comfortably.
Gen Con was a lot of fun this year, as usual (it also seemed quite crowded this year, but that may just be my skewed perceptions) - I spent a lot of my time running around to various miniatures games, taking in some panels, and only occasionally heading into the crushing throng of the Dealer's Room. I got to run Rogue Trader for my roommates, which went pretty well, and I got to educate the rest of the heathens in the majesty of The Lego Movie and the Rurouni Kenshin live action movie. I also (technically before Gen Con, but same trip, so it counts) got to see Guardians of the Galaxy, which I enjoyed, to my surprise. On the downside, Gen Con was so busy that, unlike most years, I didn't get a chance to sit down and do any drawing, which is usually something that I like to do during the convention from time to time (it's perhaps the best place to look up and just people watch while you work). I'm hoping to alleviate that now that I'm back and getting settled in again, since I do have a couple of 'assignments' that I wanted to work on. Of course I also drug home some new miniatures to work on, so my time may not be as free as I'd like...
All in all, though, another good trip.
Oh, and (believe it or not) I'm all but off Mountain Dew. One bottle in the past three weeks, to be precise. It's been...an interesting experience so far.
Reading: Dark Heresy (Second Edition)
Watching: Homicide Hunter
Playing: Twilight Princess