Post by cowboyleland on Sept 22, 2015 13:55:29 GMT -9
Hey, look who's in the big time! Do you ever think about consolidating your "corporate identity?" I think Mayhem In Paper is more descriptive than OneMonk, but I totally understand wanting to show respect for Jim.
On the other hand, maybe it's the herd that is crazy.
Post by squirmydad on Sept 23, 2015 17:01:59 GMT -9
"One Monk Miniatures - a wholly owned subsidiary of Mayhem in Paper." It would have been nice to purchase WWG as well, but they didn't seem serious about selling and I only really wanted the Deadfall line of western products.
This is the same convention I've been going to for the past two years. Every year I learn something new, this year power is automatically included in the booth fee so I'll be bringing my Portrait and have that chattering away and cutting out models all day.
Post by squirmydad on Sept 27, 2015 10:02:42 GMT -9
Day 1 reflections and lessons;
"Do you have any dragons?" No, there's free ones at the website though. -I'm not going to make a Dragon, probably make a Hydra though. Hydras are cool.
"Do you have any buildings?" -...Not yet, it's on the list.
As always, "What are these for?" "Can you play games with these?" "Oh! You can play games with these!"
Having business cards and a banner are essential.
I've been selling pre-built minis this year; sci-fi not popular, fantasy does pretty well. CD collections are still a good deal. The Chimera Hybrid Cannoneers have done well, people like big bugs. People like the Sampans, but don't buy them. The Hamilton Ram Steamtank has been a crowd favorite, especially the brown tone or ones with the dual gatling turret mod.
To continue my debrief; I became ridiculously ill the day after the convention and am just now getting better so note #1; use hand sanitizer. -I missed out on several big sales because I did not have card reading capability, working on it for next time. -Sold more CD collections, next year I'll definitely do the fantasy and Steamtanks collection cds, fell through a crack in this crazy year. -Sold exactly seven pre-assembled paper minis, including bases, for $1 each. -Sold more pre-built Hamilton Rams, sold a couple pre-built Steamtowers. -Didn't sell a single printed page of minis.
Thoughts for next year; not sure yet, cd collections are popular with a good profit margin and travel well, especially at conventions. Pre-prints and pre-builds take up a great deal of room and time, but are necessary to have around for demonstration purposes.
Any chance of seeing you at planet Comic-Con in Kansas city this may?
I thought about demo games but decided it would use up to much of my table space. I did have power this year so I demonstrated the Portrait cutter and popping models and minis off of the page. That went over gangbusters with the crafters working in the Artist's Alley selling things like stickers of anime characters that they were cutting out by hand.
Another good piece of presentation for this year was business cards instead of bookmarks. I was at a gaming convention in August where a gentlemen had very nice business cards for his gaming demo...in a ratty, torn cardboard box and the cards weren't immediately visible. I made sure to put my cards in a little silver card holder so they presented well, a few hundred of them left my table.
This years video interview was a collection of the public. My wife and my friend Kevin both feature in this one.
LOL was it your wife that called it Bizarre !! LOL she would probably get along very nicely with my wife. when I geek out on something nerdy she just rolls her eyes and walks away LOL I had to bleed to get her in my kick starter video! and I mean BLEEEED !! I spent weeks at Joanns fabrics and Sally's beauty supplies ! the shoe shopping was the worst!
I do like messing around with it. my next avatar is going to be all Mordhimey .... is that proper Mordhiem vernacular ? would it be Mordhiemish? no that sounds like a religion ... Morhimeicle maybe? well at any rate it's going to have Mordheim elements to it LOL
Vermin King: I didn't post at the time (fairly angry still), but my June Papercraft meeting was cancelled by the venue without even notifying me. They said they would call the previous participants, but I don't know if I can trust them
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sergeantmajormarkoff: I like it very much. Somehow seems like it would make the transition between Arrakis, Barsoom, and the Sahara very nicely.
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Vermin King: Well, today is my first papercrafting workshop at one of the Senior Primary Care clinics. Wish me luck
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creyates: I hope everyone is feeling good today!
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alloydog: Outside of work, I haven't used Windows for about 20-years. My last Windows OS was 98SE.
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sergeantmajormarkoff: I hit the wrong button and updated. Within 3 days I UNUPDATED. Windows 11 is trash.
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rovaljax: I don't think i want to ever update to Windows 11. Also hello!
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cowboyleland: I think Microsoft defaults to onedrive these days. It's a pain.
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Vermin King: Is it the Windows updates or the Firefox updates that won't allow me to select where to download pdf's any more?
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