So, I’m going to be there this year, AND I’m going to be actually vendoring stuff as well. Prints on my side, and plushies jointly with the parent.
The thing is…well, we’ve never actually done a convention before as a vendor. And so I don’t really know how much of what we need. So I’d like to ask a favor of you all.
If you’ve ever done a pony convention before as a vendor, how many copies of your prints did you bring, and how many did you actually sell? Same question with plushes and other accessories like scarves and the like. I don’t want to end up bringing not enough, yet at the same time I don’t want to really end up bringing TOO MUCH (since that’d be a waste of money as far as prints go).
Question mark at the end of this sentence to allow answers?
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being some real ANTagonists for ya?
I’m just dying of anticipation as to how you are going to fix this problem
find out where the ants are from
its probably important
I’m being cyberbullied
No, you’re being pestered.
AKA oh god I made an OC there is no turning back now
I predict porn of this OC before the day is done.
I think I’m a bad person. No suit version?
Spitfire noh what are you doing
You’re from entirely different aerial sports stop that
GDI this was not in Gale’s sponsorship contract at all
Though I suppose it’s not entirely fair to say that it’s exactly like NASCAR. I mean there’s the sponsorships and stuff but it’s a bit more in-depth than flying around in a large oval a shitload of times. I kinda envision it more to be like, an actual race through canyons and other natural and pony-made obstacles, where speed isn’t the only trait you need to have in order to come out on top, you also need agility and quick reflexes to adapt to the changing terrain.