Think convention etiquette or survival guide. What’s some good advice all goers should hear before stepping foot on the convention floor?
Artist, cosplayer, attendee, photographer, these tips can benefit anybody going and in turn benefit everyone going!
Bring a water bottle! You’ll be on your feet all day and doing a lot of walking.
If you go in cosplay, change out of your costume before doing any browse shopping. It’ll save you the trouble of getting stopped every 5 feet for a picture.
If you’re walking through on the floor and suddenly see something, a celebrity, a funny t-shirt, don’t just stop abruptly. Move over to the side so the crowd can keep moving.
Anyone else got some advice from past years or conventions?
I guess my problem is I don’t really have a plan. Some days I feel like I’m making progress, other days I feel like I’m just flailing around, barely able to keep my head above water.
How long do you tread water before you start breathing it? How far do you keep swimming when you don’t know where the shore is? Had I stayed the course, would I already be standing on my own two feet by now? At least I would have known what would happen if I gave it my all.