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Quote from: Dany on April 05, 2010, 09:40:04 AMAssuming I am reading correctly, it seems fine to me. Your mom was a resource and told you what you needed to do, but as long as you did the actual work itself, it still counts as made by you. You may have been told how it was to be done, but it was up to you to interpret those instructions and execute them. Many people go on line to find out how to do something, others follow tutorials in books, or go to friends or family who may have creative knowledge (the aunt who quilts, etc). You went to Mom..that's not horribly different, I'd think :). Essentially, it's still you that did the work to take that advice and make it into a garment :)
Quote from: CroutonicSarcasm on April 04, 2010, 05:10:20 PMHi. :] Do I have to be in a skit to try and enter my costume, because if so, I won't be able to.Also, regarding the costume itself-- I had a little bit of help making it. I'm eighteen, but I still had my mother help me (^-^;; Nothing mothers can't do, eh?) by telling me how to do it, but I did the actual sewing and such by myself. Does that still count as made by me? I don't want to get disqualified for not knowing... >__>;
Quote from: mutive on April 06, 2010, 10:46:45 AMYou can enter craftsmanship as a walk-on. No need to do a skit unless you want to do one. (Although without a skit, you're unlikely to win for performance, and it probably does lower the chances of a grand prize.)If you received help on the costume, it can still qualify for craftsmanship, but please, please, please let the judges know what you did and did not do on your own. It is highly probable that if you present a costume that you did not entirely make and therefore can't explain how you made certain parts to the judges that they will assume that it was entirely bought (and therefore not eligible for craftsmanship) if you don't let them know that the reason, for instance, that you can't explain how the tunic was made was that your Mom made it. Parts of the costume made entirely by people not in the group, I believe, are not eligible for craftsmanship judging, but you can be judged on the parts that you did make.
Quote from: wolfdaemon on April 08, 2010, 11:24:44 PMSooooo........... when are these entries going to be reviewed...? XDDD
Quote from: Teca on April 10, 2010, 04:35:38 PMAre we allowed to have roller-blades or roller-skates on stage?
Quote from: Vensy on April 12, 2010, 11:56:43 AMThank you!If we need extra time to set up (making us go over the 2 minute 30 second mark) do we email you directly or just include it in our registration thing?
Quote from: Beastcub on April 15, 2010, 12:52:52 AMi see mine was apporved but i had a few questions in my entry, was the entry the right place to ask questions and thus they will be answered later on or do i need to contact some one directly about my concerns? my concerns were i was planning to have some one sew part of my costume for me to save me some time, and the costume i made for my sister is huge, hard to move in and very hot.
Quote from: CroutonicSarcasm on April 04, 2010, 05:10:20 PMHi. :]I plan on entering a costume for craftsmanship, but I don't quite understand something. It said I use the same name and such as from the Masquerade, but I don't have the ability to do a skit due to the fact that my friends who were to do it with me may not be able to come. So, I was wondering, how does craftsmanship registration work? Do I have to be in a skit to try and enter my costume, because if so, I won't be able to.Also, regarding the costume itself-- I had a little bit of help making it. I'm eighteen, but I still had my mother help me (^-^;; Nothing mothers can't do, eh?) by telling me how to do it, but I did the actual sewing and such by myself. Does that still count as made by me? I don't want to get disqualified for not knowing... >__>;Thank you, whoever chooses to help me out. I appreciate it.
Quote from: xell on April 04, 2010, 10:41:56 PMHow much lighting support will we get? Is spotlights possible to do? different colors of light? dimming? blackout?
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