Cosplay disasters almost happen at the worst possible moment
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Quote from: Saturnchan on May 30, 2012, 02:56:56 PM
I cosplayed as Arrietty from The Secret World of Arrietty/The Borrower Arrietty on Friday night and most of Saturday. I had a sugar cube and a pin sword I usually pulled out of my belt for photos. I also was Rhyme from The World Ends With You for most of Sunday and probably was found sitting in Artist Alley with my friends at their booth that had Harry Potter scarves. If anyone got any pictures of me, I'd love to see them! ^^
Quote from: princesskitty18 on May 30, 2012, 08:49:04 AM
to touch up on a couple of ur points:
- again, miscommunciation between those at the door and what we as staff actually wanted so that was just a general problem for most of the night
- unfortunately for the dance display, this is a new system that we worked with this year so there were some glitches that we had to deal with
we do have a prior set list and everything but we had to feng-shui a lot of things because we didnt have a projector this year and all that other stuff
- i wouldn't know about the more experienced dancers but even i coudl tell towards the end that ppl were kind of just dancing around and jumping around
im glad that u were able to teach some other people how to dance and hope that next year things might be a bit difference
as a side comment: maybe you can ask any of us staff members for a dance, since most if not all of us have some experience in all of the dances
:D just a thought for next year
i really hope that even with all the misgivings of the ball this year that u still had fun
Quote from: Nina Star 9 on May 29, 2012, 08:36:51 PM
There's also a lot of problematic wording with the dress code. I seriously dislike the gendered breakdown of the dress code, the implication that woman wearing pants is "crossplay," no mention at all of crossdressing for men, etc. etc. I would do away entirely with the gendered breakdown and go with specific clothing item breakdowns, like what kinds of pants are acceptable, what kinds of dresses or skirts are acceptable, what kinds of shoes are acceptable, etc., rather than breaking it down in very gender-specific terms. It might seem easier, but it not only actually makes things more difficult, but can be bordering on offensive to the genderqueer. I like the idea of a chart that makes it easier, but maybe have the rows as "pants," "tops," "shoes," etc. and the columns as "allowed" and "not allowed" to make it easier for everyone and to allow for someone to see what is acceptable to wear regardless of gender or sex.
Quote from: c2chaos on April 16, 2012, 11:21:04 AMI gave up on it after about 3 days... WhoopsQuote from: Alyxiane on April 13, 2012, 04:26:36 PMLol. I'm getting bored of it too. XDQuote from: Somebody on April 10, 2012, 05:04:38 PMI got bored with it after a week of playing. .___.Quote from: c2chaos on April 10, 2012, 02:20:55 AMSeconded!
Draw Something is addicting.
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