I was so honored to be asked by Molly Lewis to do the art for this poster. I mean, not only do I get to do this cool thing, I get to make art of all these awesome people that I love to see. You get asked to do a thing like this, and the answer you WANT to give is “I WILL BUILD A TIME MACHINE AND GO BACK IN TIME AND TELL YOU OMGHELLSYES BEFORE YOU EVEN COULD HAVE ASKED!!1!”
Do not cross Molly, technology!
Ninja Marian Call with a Kazoo!
The Doubleclicks! I wasn’t at the best angle for the photos… sorry!
Very special guest: Molly’s mom!!
When Molly covered “Poker Face”, the lights went on in the green room, and all of the performers were dancing along! WHOOO!
Also, Sunnie Larsen! I was a little short on time, so this is a somewhat simple fanart. I’ve seen Sunny playing with Marian Call a couple of times, and dangit if she didn’t squeeze a tear out of me when she was playing with Vixy and Tony during the above song.
If you’ve wondered what Molly’s “Open Letter to Stephen Fry” would sound like with a full band, here you go!
It was an awesome show, and now that Molly is freed from her college bindings, you should try to catch her wherever she performs!
On a more personal note, I finally got to meet an hang out with a passel of Sea Monkeys (attendees of the JoCo Cruise)! Sara Chicazul, Maria and Taylor Fisher (who have a giant bag of art I dumped on them!), and Alice Lee (OMG, thank you for dinner!!). They were traveling around to West Coast Jonathan Coulton shows, and I was able to host a Supertrain party (A concept from John Roderick, planned out in a few episodes of Roderick on the Line)! I have had a VERY awesome weekend!
I really, really love nerds, people. I really do. They make life SO MUCH more fun!