I did manage to take a few pictures taken with my little iPod Touch 4. Here they are:
This was my table. Everything you see was indeed for sale. To everyone who bought something from me and is now enjoying it at their leisure, thank you.
This is who was sitting across from me. He's my good buddy Andre Myette. Here he is setting up his own table to display his wares. He had quite a few Doctor Who prints to sell. If you bought something from his table? You're good people.
Some people even brought their dogs. That particular pooch looks exhausted. He's probably tired from asking everybody where all the Underdog comics were. Maybe next year, Rover.
Some people even dressed up, like this lady. Costumes haven't really been a big part of the DCAF, but that could change in the future easily.
During the entire festival I took the liberty of making a few tweets as well, one of which is embedded below:
All set up at the DCAF. Let the dance of the many sales begin #DCAFAll in all, I would call DCAF 2014 a success. It was a good crowd this year. As far as selling my book goes, I can see less and less people squinting with confusion at it and asking "what is that thing". I'd call that a positive. I look forward to participating in future DCAFs or any other venues like it.
— David Germain (@d_m_g_daffy) August 17, 2014