Sunday, October 3, 2010

Fantasy Comes to The Atlanta Show

Hello! The latest news is that the 34th annual Atlanta Model Figure Show (Feb 18-20, 2011 at the Mariott Century Center) will now feature both Advanced Painters and Advanced Open categories for exhibitors and viewers to enjoy. They've called it Fantasy, but all realms are welcomed including Sci-Fi, Mini's, Anime, Garage Kits, etc. I'm excited about this development for our show and hope it will increase the attendance and enjoyment of the show for military and non-military figure artists. I'd like to say thank you to Atlanta Club member Dr. Dave Wiggins for his efforts to promote the show and the club. On a personal note, it is my blog after all, I'm currently sculpting a 120mm fantasy figure that I hope to display for the first time at the show. Yes, I said figure not bust. We look forward to seeing you all in Atlanta in Feb 2011.


Jim Johnston said...

I think that is wonderful Matt. I hope you get your camera soon as I have missed seeing pictures of your work. I know you have been busy on new things but we can't follow along with all your projects. Take care. ~Jim

Jason said...

It's great to see the Fantasy/Sci-Fi featured more at shows. If this hobby is to thrive it needs to appeal to those just outside the military modeling loop. It may attract younger modelers as well, which this hobby is in much need of to survive.

Anonymous said...

ha, I will experiment my thought, your post get me some good ideas, it's truly amazing, thanks.

- Thomas