WonderPost: Bryan Mon, Todd Nauck, Alex Sinclair, Yoshi Yoshitani

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Welcome to February, which mean we can officially say that WonderCon is NEXT MONTH! We hope all your plans are on track for an excellent time. Today we have a load of commission opportunities, including ones from Alex Sinclair and Livio Ramondelli, plus artist Bryan Mon’s originals and Morghan Gill’s new enamel pin.

Let’s take a look at what you might have missed:

  • Artist Carla Wyzgala has opened up commission spots for WonderCon. Carla will only be taking pre-orders for her stunning watercolor commissions, and only a few spots will be available.
  • You’ve spent all that time putting together the perfect cosplay, don’t settle for selfies! Julius Photography is booking mini sessions for WonderCon to help commemorate all your hard work and creativity.

  • It should not be hard to spot Megan Haskell, writer of The Sanyare Chronicles, with her brand new banner. Find Megan at booth SP-15 the whole weekend.
  • Disney artist Bryan Mon is gathering lots of pieces that he’ll be selling at WonderCon, many suggested by fans on Instagram. That Smurfs/X-Men mash-up is brilliant.
  • Comic artist Todd Nauck’s WonderCon commission list opened and closed in record time, but according to his Twitter, he’ll be accepting commissions during the convention as well. Don’t lose hope, just get to him early.

  • Artist Yoshi Yoshitani is offering three sizes of black and gold ink original commissions at WonderCon. You can offer up to 5 words of subject inspiration or photo references. Prices start at $200.

  • Comic artist Karl Altstaetter is offering commissions for WonderCon pick up, and even offers to send them for those not attending.
  • Video game and animation illustrator Morghan “Teatiger” Gill is looking for input regarding some enamel pins she will be offering at WonderCon. Weigh in on Twitter with your opinion.

  • Comic illustrator Livio Ramondelli is whipping up some commissions for WonderCon. If you haven’t seen his work for IDW’s Transformers comic you’re missing out.

Anything we missed? Let us know in the comments, drop us a line, or tweet us at @SD_Comic_Con.