Agent_of_Solaris wrote:As a general courtesy, please bring no more than two(2) items for a guest to autograph at one time.
If the only other limit is time, then once you have your two items autographed you may go to the back of the line and wait for a chance to get more items signed.
The following guests are only allowed to sign a limited number of autographs:
You must acquire a "Signature Pass" in order to receive an autograph from these guests.
For our 2010 show, Lifetime memberships will be limited to 25 new members, as Lifetime Members will be the only attendees guaranteed to receive a Signature Pass for all three guests.
Signature Passes will also be awarded randomly to those who pre-register for our 2010 show.
To purchase a lifetime membership or pre-register for the convention, please go here: http://www.eventbrite.com/event/319667133
The process for the Autograph Session will be as follows (subject to change):
Attendees with Signature Passes will need to gather in Panel Room 1 (Niihau 312) on Friday, April 16th from 8:30pm to 9:30pm. At 9:30pm, no one else is allowed in the room. We will then exchange the Signature Passes for numbered Autograph Tickets. Just before 10pm, this group will be moved up to Main Events, where the autograph session is to take place. Only attendees with Autograph Tickets will be allowed in Main Events at this time.
There will be a designated Stand-by line for those attendees who did not receive a Signature Pass or Autograph Ticket. Time and place to be announced at a later time. Everyone outside in the standby line will be given a Standby Pass. If there are extra autographs available after all the attendees with Autograph Tickets have been accommodated, we will award numbered "Stand-by Autograph Tickets" to attendees in the stand-by line, in the order in which they are lined up.
iashakezula wrote:What is considered heavy?
There a lot of weapon props out there that are big, like Ichigo's sword or Inuyasha' sword and Cloud's sword.Most of these props has wooden base , then foam boards, and or then layer of filler or foam with sealant over .
My character has two yari or spears.The spears can be taken apart.The handle is light wood almost the same as balsa but its not hollow .I am planning to make the tips out of foam but the paint will make them appear real because they are modeling paint.I hope that would pass.
SeeUMusicKat wrote:I was wondering. . .the code of conduct doesn't include it, but. . .if I were to bring a sign to kawaii-kon that said 'free glomps' and people asked me to glomp them, may I do so? Or is that agaisnt the rules? O.o
SeeUMusicKat wrote:I was also wondering if shoes are required because the character that I'm cosplaying as, she does walk around barefoot but if shoes are required I'll make an exception .-. or even if they are can I survive with just socks
ClearlyPixelated wrote:SeeUMusicKat wrote:I was also wondering if shoes are required because the character that I'm cosplaying as, she does walk around barefoot but if shoes are required I'll make an exception .-. or even if they are can I survive with just socks
I'm sorry but the Hawaii Convention Center requires guests to wear appropriate footwear at all times, otherwise we'd be in a health code violation. I recommend nude or clear colored flip-flops or ones that match your outfit!
Gikoneko wrote:Quick question about the confirmation code. In lieu of a printout of our code, is it fine if we just use the EventBrite app? I'll have my ID of course, but I was wondering if I could just use the app.