The Hall H Show podcast talked with Lenny Romero (Lenzations), about his incredible pencil art, at DesignerCon 2018. Make sure to visit him at Artists Alley, EE-05 at San Diego Comic-Con 2019. This episode is also available on Google Play, iTunes, Stitcher, iHeart Radio and Spotify. The Hall H Show is hosted by Aaron Nabus and Alex Benedicto and is the “Voice of Independent Creators.”
On episode 71, we share my DesignerCon 2018 conversation with freelance pencil artist, Lenny Romero (Lenzations)!
A former business major and collegiate wrestler, this self taught artist loves the meticulous nature of his medium…some of his pieces can take up to three months to complete!
We first met him at Stan Lee’s Comikaze 2015 and each time we seem him is like the first time. We’re always blown away by his Godzilla and kaiju related pencil artwork,
On this episode, he gives some good advice for interacting and communicating with potential customers at a convention and he also talks about the value of being patient.
He’ll be making an appearance for the first time ever at Artists Alley table EE-05 at San Diego Comic-Con 2019, so please make sure to go check him out!
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Speaking of conventions, I will be on the “Heroes at the Mic” pop culture podcasting panel at San Diego Comic-Con 2019! It will take place at 4pm on Friday, July 19 at the Neil Morgan Auditorium at the San Diego Central Library, which is a short walk from the convention center…so hope to see some of you there!