Picture Recap: Portland's 2010 Stumptown Comics Fest

Posted by Kimberly Gehl

Stumptown Comics Fest, Portland, Oregon 2010
This past rainy Saturday was a great day to spend at the Stumptown Comics Festival!

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Stumptown Comics Fest, Portland, Oregon 2010
Zombie Danger was low that day.


Stumptown Comics Fest, Portland, Oregon 2010
The exhibitors brought everything from comic engraved keyboards.


Stumptown Comics Fest, Portland, Oregon 2010
Loads of cute stuffed animals of their characters (there was so much cute, I thought I might burst)


Stumptown Comics Fest, Portland, Oregon 2010
Tons of unicorns (it wouldn't be a comic book convention without unicorns)


Stumptown Comics Fest, Portland, Oregon 2010
Books about beards


Stumptown Comics Fest, Portland, Oregon 2010
Unique tarot decks


Stumptown Comics Fest, Portland, Oregon 2010
Comics that fold out and envelopes adorned with sketches


Stumptown Comics Fest, Portland, Oregon 2010
Comic book picnic (does ketchup and mustard mix well with ink?)


Stumptown Comics Fest, Portland, Oregon 2010
Mix of disciplines, including a sketchbook that was once a computer programming book


Stumptown Comics Fest, Portland, Oregon 2010
Lots of sketching and drawing


Stumptown Comics Fest, Portland, Oregon 2010
“Crappy Comics”


Stumptown Comics Fest, Portland, Oregon 2010
Works of art of many varieties


Stumptown Comics Fest, Portland, Oregon 2010
Lots of awesome panels and workshops, including a special Dr. Sketchy's workshops, where I drew for the first time in a few years :)

*************For additional photos, visit the Stumptown Comics Festival 2010 Flickr Pool http://www.flickr.com/groups/stumptowncomicsfest2010/pool/

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Kimberly Gehl is an independent filmmaker, a cinephile with an eclectic taste and a die-hard portvangelist. Keep up with her on twitter by following @kimberlygehl.

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