Started by angeljibrille, September 20, 2009, 12:30:26 AM
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Quote from: Dany on January 17, 2010, 09:25:59 PMQuote from: angeljibrille on September 20, 2009, 12:30:26 AM2. Registration opens on April 1, 2010, at 11:59pm.Just wanted to clarify, since April 1 at 11:59 PM is the end of the day on April 1, the first "full" day of reg is actually April 2nd?I'm sure this sounds awfully silly and nitpicky, but I like to be sure on these things ;)
Quote from: angeljibrille on September 20, 2009, 12:30:26 AM2. Registration opens on April 1, 2010, at 11:59pm.
Quote from: Rette on January 14, 2010, 10:41:04 AMDo you know if they're planning on using the new sound system this year or do we need to block our skits around having the line array speakers on stage again?
Quote from: D001 on January 14, 2010, 05:51:47 PMCongrats to you! :D
QuoteForgive me if I missed where this was posted, but I only saw the time limit for skits. Is there one for walk-ons? I'm guessing about 45 sec, but would like to be sure...
QuoteAlso, will we be able to have a handler with us in Green Room? What about "backstage"? My handler would not come on stage with me, but would be helpful for costume handling and the such...
QuoteHow is the stage set up? Is it going to be a ramp up to the stage, where people will see us before we officially get on stage? Or will it be more of a proper stage, where we will be completely on stage when the audience can see us? And with that, will the music start when we are on stage? Or prior?
QuoteDo we sign up for craftsmanship judging on-site? Or can we do that in advance? And how many slots will there be for judging? (and, by rote, will this particular bit of info be posted closing to registering time?)
Quote from: mlarad on January 15, 2010, 09:29:26 AMDo you know if the preliminaries for the world cosplay summit 2010 are going to take place at Fanime, maybe a different day than the actual masquerade?
Quote from: kagome437 on January 28, 2010, 06:23:39 PMok this may be a silly question. if the masqurade is on saterday, do you know when the masqurade begins and approximently may end? its my first fanime, and really want to be in masqurade but i only can stay a single day. so any help and advice you may have will be very much appericiated.
Quote from: c_jai on January 16, 2010, 09:33:33 AMWe're looking at doing a skit which has a number of anime characters in it with just two fans having a conversation about anime pairings. Out question is does everyone have to be in cosplay (i.e. those two fans)? We understand half of the awards given are for costume construction and these two wouldn't be eligible for those awards, but our group is leaning more towards the performance side of the masquerade, and although we could set it to a series with everyone is in costume and character I personally feel that it would interfere with our own performance of it and take away some of its value.
QuoteAlso, is there a person limit to the skits?
Quote from: slifertheskydragon on February 08, 2010, 07:03:56 PMthis might be an odd question, but would there be a way to invite cosplay guests who've judged at other cons to be judges at fanime? (the problem is they live about 1500 miles east of CA)they're judging at another con for 2010 on the same weekend, but I think they'll be free in 2011 (they've never been to a con in CA either)edit: they've been officially announced as guests for SanJapan http://www.san-japan.org/v2/convention-information/guests/artist-cosplay/we-heart-card-games-cosplay (Texas) and Gale Kon (Illinois) and have judged at previous events in the area.
Quote from: KazeGaara on March 04, 2010, 05:51:53 PMTwo questions:First - If my group and I register for the masquerade (and actually get to perform), are we required to stay the entire show, or can we leave sometime after our performance?
QuoteSecond - Again assuming that we get to perform there are a couple of people that may want to watch. Do they have to purchase a day-pass badge in order to watch the performances?
Quote from: Dany on March 05, 2010, 01:54:05 PMQuote from: KazeGaara on March 04, 2010, 05:51:53 PMTwo questions:First - If my group and I register for the masquerade (and actually get to perform), are we required to stay the entire show, or can we leave sometime after our performance?The trick to that is if you receive an award, you won't be around to accept it because those don't come until the end (and never assume you won't get an award until they announce everything and say you don't..you might be surprised!). So something to think about :)Just my humble two cents..take 'em as you will!Based on angeljibrille's post about the time frame, the expectation is that you stay until around 11PM. Things could run late or even end early, depending on the situation. I would say if you need to depart before 11 for any reason, let her know and get it pre-arranged, or be prepared to make those requests in registration when signups are live. Depending on how early you need to leave, you might need to request that your entry be bumped up in the run list as well, so just keep that in mind too.QuoteSecond - Again assuming that we get to perform there are a couple of people that may want to watch. Do they have to purchase a day-pass badge in order to watch the performances?Traditionally it's required that you have a badge to access any big convention event, especially one like Masquerade. Yes, it's a bit of an inconvenience to buy a badge for a day for one event, but look at it this way: the money for your friends to come see you perform helps keep the convention going. :)Worst case scenario, there is a very high chance that your performance will find its way to YouTube about a week or so after the convention ends. While it's not in-person, your friends will still be able to see what you did that way!
Quote from: Beastcub on March 19, 2010, 02:49:19 PMare there any prizes? wondercon has a $500 cash prize and now i am wondering if i should skip fanime's masquerade and do the one at wondercon. the costume i plan to enter is a lot of work to wear and my younger sister is the one stuck in it and i know the cahnce at getting prize money would make her feel better about me "torturing" her XD
Quote from: lunarknight on March 24, 2010, 03:02:59 AM I was wondering if chairs,tables, and cloths were going to be provided for us or do we have to bring it ourselves.
Quote from: Dany on March 24, 2010, 09:30:27 AMQuote from: lunarknight on March 24, 2010, 03:02:59 AM I was wondering if chairs,tables, and cloths were going to be provided for us or do we have to bring it ourselves. For onstage? Or backstage?For backstage, I was under the impression that there were few, if any, resources for preparing oneself there, so I made my own plan to do the majority of my preparations at my hotel. I figured out that if I put on my makeup, wig, and base bodysuit in my room, I could put on a zip-up hoodie to cover it and walk over with everything else in a plastic garment bag.For onstage...I couldn't begin to tell you, but my guess is that you would have to bring your own and get ninja assistance to set things up.
Quote from: astel on March 17, 2010, 10:41:39 PMI know in the past there has been a limit to the number of people that can be in a given skit and more people needs prior approval. Is there an email address I can direct my question to?
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