Comic-Con@Home Masquerade on Tumblr
The Two Gay Geeks received this announcement from Comic-Con International about one of the offerings of Comic-Con@Home. The Masquerade will take place on Tumblr again this year.
Check out the prizes.
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Tumblr will once again play host to the 2021 Comic-Con@Home Masquerade
More than a costume contest or cosplay competition, the Comic-Con@Home Masquerade brings costumes to life by including elements of character, story, and mood, sometimes dramatic moments, mock battles, or humorous surprises.
For decades costuming has been an important and fun element at our in-person conventions, as it is throughout the popular arts, so we always provide a venue for our talented and dedicated fan-costumers to share with style their crafted creations. As always, awards will be given in several categories as judged by professional costumers and others in the costume-related arts with prizes awarded in several categories.
Check out this year’s talented contestants, see what all the excitement is about, and consider taking part in the next Comic-Con Masquerade.
Awards & Prizes
Beautiful Comic-Con awards, featuring our custom-created Masquerade medallions, will be presented in categories of: Best In Show, Judges’ Choice, Best Re-Creation, Best Original Design, Best Workmanship, Most Beautiful, Best Group, and Most Humorous. We may expand these categories depending on the costumes that are submitted. Our Masquerade award medallions were designed by fantasy artist and illustrator Sue Dawe, and custom-crafted by the same maker of the Emmy and Golden Globe awards
The UCLA David C. Copley Center for The Study of Costume Design will generously present $500 in Amazon gift cards as The David C. Copley Award for Most Innovative Costume, as judged by Copley Center Director Deborah Nadoolman Landis.
The Costume Designers Guild IATSE Local 892, representing Hollywood costume designers, assistant costume designers, and costume illustrators working at the highest levels of expertise in motion pictures, TV, commercials, music videos, and new media, will again be presenting to their favorite Masquerade entry a Costume Designers Guild Spotlight Award of a costume design book, a copy of CDG Magazine, and a $100 gift card to Mood Fabrics, the large online fabric store for designers and anyone who sews. The CDG is part of the International Alliance of Theatrical and Stage Employees (I.A.T.S.E.).
The Frank and Son Collectible Show, of the City of Industry, California, will present to one outstanding costume entry in our Comic-Con@Home virtual Masquerade a generous award of $1,000. Frank and Son is a giant one-stop show for all things collectible at their bi-weekly mini-cons and has supported fan costuming at our conventions with generous cash prizes for many years.
So be sure to join us on Tumblr for the 2021 Comic-Con@Home Masquerade.