>>8923794 It's been gong on for about 20 years m8, but the film and other media events never get as much visibility. I'm curious to see how big this new gaming section will get, especially since they moved it closer to the main SXSW stuff.
I will be competing for the first time and i would really appreciate some pointers of things to look out for and things to expect during a Cosplay competition along with things that judges typically look for
Have photos of your WIPs and reference images physically printed out on paper (put together in a collage or soemthing) I have done that everytime I've competed and the judges have always really appreciated it. It's always much easier to just hand them the paper then spend your precious judging time flipping through your phone.
It also helps to have your photos/wips out in a way of progress so in the moment you dont forget to tell/explain anything important.
and lastly if you dont know already, finish all your damn seams. Judges will usually get up... Comment too long. Click here to view the full text.
>>8921567 Yes of course, but what bother me is that is in mass. I mean the conv is endless stores of overpriced crap, nothing that seem to have a shred of quality, and nothing else bar some e-celeb that you pay for some shitty photo or signature. I mean, no animation, nothing else ? The medieval MARKET has less store, and more groups that are just here for showing the stuff their association do ! musician doing their crap, nerd playing with a animatronic dragon or something.
In most conventions on any subject there is... Comment too long. Click here to view the full text.
I am a fool /cgl. I wanted to do a Hatsune Miku cosplay this year, specifically Calne Ca Miku. I ordered this wig and it came in all tangled.. I read that hair conditioner might work so I used my wig brush to work conditioner through the wig but now it's more frizzy than before. I fucked up this wig, any chance of saving it?
>Anime cons Pros: More community based, tend to have a higher barrier to entry and such a much more like minded group of visitors Cons: higher barrier of entry means more weebs, merch is generally pricier or knockoffs, less merch in general
>Comic cons Pros: Generally more people, more celebrity guests, maybe even your local news will report on it without hanging their head in shame. Also lots of merch. Cons: Giant money grab. You pay to get in, pay to stand in line to pay a celeb to shake your hand... Comment too long. Click here to view the full text.
>>8915371 Different target audiences and different areas so AX shouldn't hurt it. I don't think they are expecting a ton of people too with their funding goal. While they do say "up to 10,000 expected" they're probably realistic in what a year one $60 con will actually get
>>8916479 As I mentioned in the other thread, I am going to the Kelowna Fan Expo tomorrow. It's rather new apparently and only the one day. I'll be cosplaying as RE1 Chris Redfield and hopefully make some new friends in this city.
My sincerest apologies for this, but I am at the end of my tether and I doubt /jp/, being dominated with male otaku, will help. I figure that due to the goregous and lavish costume design of the Takarazuka Revue, SOMEONE on /cgl/ must know a thing or two, right?
I recently got into Takarazuka. Unfortunately my Japanese is not the best so I've been looking for English subtitles of shows. I fortunately found the TIP, but I wanted to ask about takarazuka.blogspot.com. It seems that it was a great place to find subbed shows, but it's been taken down, along with... Comment too long. Click here to view the full text.
Share your fav lolita blogs. I need to find back the love i first had for lolita as i am depressed lately. Dead ones that are deleted (PrincessPortal, accessible via the wayback machine) or don't get updated anymore are welcome too for nostalgia factor. Livejournals are fine too.
I'm sort of in your situation too OP. Back in the day, blogs gave me the romantic inspiration that made me love Lolita so much, but these days people don't write with that romantic focus they used to.
I sadly have no Lolita blogs to contribute because my favorites were already all mentioned, but there was a blog called The Unicorn Diaries around several years ago and I loved it. It was full of beautiful pictures and the girl wrote it with a romantic, almost storybook feeling.
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