Quote from: echoshadow on June 13, 2017, 07:57:22 PMAs someone involved on the Clockwork Alchemy side (I'm behind the Telegraph Office there), it's been fun having the connection to Fanime. This was the last year of that; CA now goes its own way. Different date, bigger hotel.
Lol yeah, it's been years and years of people trying to float some ideas to Fanime. But, in the end Fanime ends up just being Fanime.
Fanime has made progress. Reg now works. There's food and water. (Remember LineCon 2014). The halls are less jammed. Finally, this year, the bus service was great. Bigger, more comfortable buses, enough of them, and drivers who knew the route. Few people from Fanime seemed to find their way to CA, sadly. Still no signage on the Fanime side leading to the hard to find bus stop on the side of the convention center. The ones who made it to CA had a good time. We had a Deadpool cosplayer serving in the tea room, and a cosplay group of classical musicians playing anime themes.
Each year for the last five years, I've come over to Fanime for a few hours; look in on a screening, attend a panel, buy some Pocky, look at the artwork, see the cosplayers, and play some games. Then back to CA. I'll miss that. It's been fun.
Clockwork Alchemy 2018, March 23-25, Hyatt Regency Hotel, Burlingame, CA.