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Ohayocon 2016 AMV Contest Thread w/rules, announcements, etc

Post by ahinton » Wed Sep 30, 2015 9:18 pm

So Ohayocon 16 is doing another AMV contest again. And this will be the thread for the rules, announcements, etc. Any questions, please post. Registration form is at the end. But please read the rules. :D


Ohayocon 2016 AMV Contest Rules

Contest Information:

There will be two contest showings planned, which will run approximately 1 hour and 45 minutes. There will also be an exhibition showing in which the length and amount will be based on the amount of videos. These events may be subject to change.

Editors may be able to submit videos for the following:
  • Contest: which will be divided into 6 categories:
  1. Action
  • Comedy/Trailer
  • Upbeat/Dance
  • Drama
  • Romance
  • And introducing the Advanced Level category
The Advanced Level category is for editors who have accumulated 5 or more major awards from different AMV contests and would like to compete against each other. For such editors, this is not a mandatory category and therefore will not be placed in such automatically. This category will not be eligible for Best of Show. Instead, it will have its own award that will be equal to that of Best of Show. Editors can win multiple awards from various contests, but that does not mean that an individual AMV that wins more than four awards can be submitted into the contest. Please see the contest rules for further details.
  • Exhibition: This will not be a contest entry but rather shown during the exhibition showing.
All submitted videos will go through a screening by the AMV liaison. If this passes the screening test, the video will go to the respective queues.

For the contest itself, the videos will be a part of a queue which will then be judged by a selection committee based on the categories of the videos. The ones showing rubric scores with an average of 8 or more should be chosen to take part in the contest. All other entries will be placed in the Exhibition showing thus allowing each entry a chance at being displayed at Ohayocon. Please keep in mind that the rubric curve could change depending on the category and the needs for each category such as amount of entries and the quality of the entries for the category.

For the Advanced Level Category, the videos will skip the selection committee process and will automatically be a part of the contest showing as its own category. This is because as a first time category, only a few are expected to be submitted for this category. If there are more than 5 videos submitted to this category, then it will be object to the same selection committee process in order to keep the numbers reasonable.

Each category is subject to be dropped if there are not enough entries or if the selection committee deems the quality of no less than two videos to only be contest worthy.

The awards that will be given out at Ohayocon are as follows:
  • Best of each category (Action, Drama, Romance, Upbeat/Dance, Comedy/Trailer)
  • Best of Advanced Level
  • Ohayocon 2016 Audience Choice
  • Ohayocon 2016 Editor’s Choice (This is a brand new award needing participation from AMV editors who will be attending Ohayocon. Please see the contest rules section on how to qualify for this voting process.)
  • Best of Show
For Best of Show, Advanced Level does not qualify and will not win best of its category as that will go to the video which scored the next highest.

There will be more information to come in regards to prizes, awards, and shipping as they are revealed.
All information and announcements will be posted on the Ohayocon Facebook page, Ohayocon Twitter page, the animemusicvideos.org forums page, and other potential outlets.

Registration/Submission:

All videos must be registered online before it can be submitted. A link to the registration form should be included at the end of the contest rules. Each section of the form marked by “required” must be filled out. Failure to do so may cause a delay in a response or downright rejection of the registration.

Upon completion of the registration form, a confirmation e-mail will be sent out. This includes instructions on how to submit the registered video based on the submission format.

There are three submission formats accepted:
  • Dropbox connection
 This method will include instructions from the confirmation e-mail on connecting to the shared folder which is set up based on the e-mail. If a dropbox account is available, it is recommended to use the e-mail address associated with the dropbox account.
  • Download link
 This can be from a personal cloud link where the registered video sits on, such as such as Google Drive, Sendspace, etc. This link must allow for download of the video. A streaming site such as YouTube is not permitted.
  • Physical Mail
 This is where the file is on a DVD-RW or BD-RW. This must be burned as a DATA disk and not authored.

Each file name must be formatted using the following: “<Editor Credits Name>-<AMV Title>-<category>.<ext> (please see rules for accepted file extensions). This format must also be mentioned in the registration form as this is how each submitted video gets sorted out. Failure to meet these requirements may cause a delay in the processing of the AMV for the contest.

Editors who are registering to the contest should wait for a confirmation e-mail before submitting the video. Please allow up to 24 hours after registration for the confirmation e-mail.

All submitted videos will undergo an initial screening process from the Ohayocon AMV Liaison. Once this screening is complete, a confirmation e-mail will be sent back to the editor confirming the received video(s). This confirmation e-mail will also include if the video passes or failed the screening test. If it passed, it will go to the proper queue. If it failed, then there will be either instructions on clearing up the infractions or a notice that the video has been outright rejected, depending on the issue at hand.

For videos that were submitted for the contest and passed the initial screening test, once the registration and submission deadlines end, this queue will be sent over to a selection committee who will then screen them, grade them, and help decide the official Ohayocon 16 AMV contest list. So to clarify, just because the video passed the initial screening, does not mean that the video is automatically entered into the contest.

Registration and video submission begins on October 1st, 2015.
The registration form will go offline at the end of the day December 15th, 2015.
All registered videos must be turned in by the end of the day December 20th, 2015 at 11:59 PM EST.

All submitted videos are automatically authorized to be screened and distributed for the purposes of Ohayocon 2016 convention dated January 15th – 17th 2016. All physical media submitted will become property of Ohayocon and will not be returned.

Exhibition Information:

The exhibition showing is for any submitted video that passes the initial screening test but is not voted into the contest and for any video submission that was specified to only be shown during this showing. This is so all submitted and approved AMVs get shown at Ohayocon. In addition, the exhibition showing is also for AMVs which has won more than 4 awards this past contest season. These will typically go to the front of the line so that our attendees who were not able to make these contests can see these works. However, please keep in mind that this cannot be guaranteed due to potential time and scheduling restraints. There will be two overflow showings at the convention.

Contest Rules:

• Editors submitting to the contest or exhibition are not required to attend Ohayocon 2016.

• However, editors who would like to participate in the editor’s choice voting are required to attend as well as have a video in the contest or exhibition showings.
o This voting process will take place during the public screening of the AMV contest. For further details, please contact the AMV Liaison via e-mail.

• Collaborations or multi-editor projects (MEPs) will be accepted. No more than 3 people are allowed to participate in the collaboration. All names of the collaborators are to be included when filling out the registration (even if a studio name is applicable). Please see the contest registration info for more details.

• Editor(s) are allowed to submit up to two videos to the contest. Multiple contest submissions must be in different categories. For those who are submitting a collaboration/MEP video, all names used in the submission will count as submitting one AMV. Any solo submissions afterwards will count as a second entry and would have to be in a separate category from the collaboration.
o Although the “advanced category” is a specialized category which will receive its own award, it is possible to submit two videos with one of them going to the “advanced category” and the other going to the regular categories so long as they pass the initial screening tests. Otherwise, the same rules apply.

• All submitted videos must be registered in full using the online registration form. Please see the appropriate forums for the link to the registration form.

• Only videos created after January 1st, 2015 (first time Ohayocon entry) will be allowed. This will be enforced to the best of the AMV liaison’s ability. However, it is requested that all editors please use the honor system for this.

• Although we at Ohayocon appreciate all award winning AMVs, please note that only videos that have won no more than 4 major awards (category, show, audience choice) will be accepted for the contest. This way, the Ohayocon AMV contest can offer a fresher contest list from other contests.
o This rule does apply to the “advanced level” category as well. The advanced level category is for editors who have had multiple award winning AMVs.
o We will however accept these award winning AMVs for the exhibition showing. Registration rules still apply.

• The video length must be more than 1 min (60 seconds) long and less than 5 min (300 seconds) long.

• The following footage types are accepted:
  • Anime (Japanese based only)
  • Manga (Japanese based only)
  • Video Games (Japanese based only)
  • Non-Japanese based footage but only up to and no more than 20% of the video.
• No “copied” videos are allowed. The definition of copied is any or all use of material from AMVs edited by someone other than the submitter. If a submitted AMV is found to contain copied material, that video will be disqualified and the editor(s) will be banned from entering future Ohayocon AMV contests. No exceptions.

• The video’s content must be PG-13. For audio content, no songs or other audio with racial content (deliberately expressing the superiority of one race over another), sexually explicit content, or the “7 words you can never say on television” (you can submit “language” as long as you edit/bleep words sufficiently). For video content, no gore (a little blood is acceptable but not much beyond that), and any and all bodies need to be covered with at least 45% of clothing (no private parts shown). Innuendo is acceptable as long as images and words are not explicit.

• Please submit the video in one of the following formats only:
  • .avi
  • MPEG-2
  • .mp4 (preferred)
  • .wmv
• All submissions with the exception of videos submitted to the Comedy/Trailer category, must be set primarily to a musical song. Videos in the Comedy/Trailer category can be set to any other sound track of choosing so as long as they meet all of the other rules.

• Each video can have no more than two audio source types (musical, spoken-word, trailer, or otherwise).

• There are no banned songs or audio clips. However, please make sure they meet the PG-13 rules.

• Both the contest and exhibition will be shown via DVD. In other words, all videos will be burned on a DVD for both presentations. It is not required, but it is recommended the video resolution is 720 x 480, the aspect ratio is 4:3, and the frame rate is 29.97 fps. All videos submitted that are not of this scale will be scaled down to this format, doing so without stretching or reducing the video quality, as best as possible. Please make sure the audio is 2-Channel or 48000hz. Please do not letterbox as this tends to have a negative effect on video quality of the AMV.

• The following will not be allowed in the video:
  • Audio sound (not video footage) from any anime or video game that is not licensed for commercial distribution in North America, Europe, or anywhere outside of Japan/Pacific Rim area. Audio sound from an anime or video game that is licensed for commercial distribution in North America, Europe, or anywhere outside of Japan/Pacific Rim area will be allowed.
  • Bumpers or Credits (Credits are described as any video related information such as editor name, AMV title, etc.) shown at the beginning or ending of a video. This also includes “Thanks for Watching”, “Subscribe” or something similar. Uniform bumpers will be provided in the contest and exhibition presentations for all submitted and qualified AMVs) This may be allowed if such identification is done creatively in a way that cannot be easily removed. However this, like all other rules, is left to the coordinator’s discretion.
  • All logos
  • All watermarks
  • Screen Names
  • Fan or commercially produced subtitles (This only pertains to the video source of the AMV or GMV. Editors are allowed to create their own subtitles or any other text for any reason of their choosing (ex: for translation purposes) as long as it relates to the AMV. Please keep in mind that this will be shown on a DVD format, which may stretch the video out, resulting in the subtitles getting cut off)
• The AMV department head reserves the right to reject any video for any other reason not mentioned in the rules.

Clean-Up:

As of October 1st, 2015, all rules shown above will be deemed final and non-negotiable. However, any rules that are deemed confusing and/or unreliable to a point which hinders the contest must be addressed with the Ohayocon AMV liaison. The final say and any announcements on the matter will be at the discretion of the Ohayocon AMV Liaison. All questions on rules, registration, etc., must be submitted to the following e-mail address: amv@ohayocon.org . All physical submissions must be mailed to the following address:

Ohayocon AMV Contest
6499 Nottinghill Trail Drive
Canal Winchester, OH 43110

Registration form: https://drive.google.com/open?id=1ansmW ... wER9_j3TCI
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Post by qyll » Tue Oct 27, 2015 9:16 am

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Post by ahinton » Sat Dec 05, 2015 9:22 am

Bumping. First thank you to everyone who has registered and submitted to the Ohayocon 16 AMV contest. This is just a friendly reminder that the deadline for registration is the end of day December 15th. And video submission deadline is end of day December 20th. We could still use Comedy/Trailer, Romance, Upbeat/Dance, and Advanced category videos. And also too, if you would just like to send in your AMV for exhibition, we are still looking for those as well. Any questions for me, you know where to find me :)
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Post by Magicflier » Wed Dec 16, 2015 2:20 am

I hope I wasn't too late in registering, seeing as my timezone is in PST. D:

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Post by ahinton » Tue Jan 05, 2016 9:11 pm

Hello everyone. I have the final set list available. For those who are waiting, thank you for your patience.

Action:

- Every Scar Will Be My Throne by AntaresHeart07 of Rising Productions - Akame Ga Kill - Throne by Bring Me The Horizon
- Follow Me 2.0 by AMVStrat of Aeon Studios - Kyoukai no Kanata: I'LL BE HERE - Mirai-hen, Kyoukai no Kanata: I'LL BE HERE - Kako-hen - Beautiful Lies by B-Complex
- Sleazy Swingers by BecauseImBored1 - Baccano - Sing, Sing, Sing by Benny Goodman
- The Absolution Flies On by GloryQuestor of Samurai Warriors Productions - Multiple - Immortals by Fall Out Boy

Drama:

- Dark Souls by xPorcellain of Illuminated Studios - Death Parade - No Light No Light by Florence and the Machine
- Evergreen by StarTrinity009 for PixelBlended Studios - The Garden of Words - Beating Heart by Ellie Goulding
- He Lies by ShoriSquared for Tsunderbird Studios - Usagi Drop - My Dad's Story: Dream For My Child by MetLife Hong Kong
- Live, Fly, Fail, Die by James Blond - Watamote - Oh No! by Mariana and the Diamonds
- Unstoppable by Maboroshi Studio + MomtoCutiePia - Multiple - Fight Song by Rachel Platten

Upbeat/Dance:

- Bad Dog The Remix by TritioAFB for Samurai Warriors Productions - Multiple - Bad Dog (Simon Dawn & Hockenheim Remix) by Neon Hitch
- Beatrix Kiddoz by Unlucky Artist - Multiple - Uma Thurman by Fall Out Boy
- Happiness by SliceOfLife - Multiple - Happiness by Red Velvet
- WORK THIS BODY: A Haikyuu!! Tribute by Katie K - Haikyuu! - Work This Body by Walk The Moon

Romance:

- Be Still by OnyxAMVs - Shigatsu wa Kimi no Uso - You Know Where To Find Me (Instrumental) by Imogen Heap
- Kitty Love by TnAdct1 for Toon Addict Productions - Acchi Kocci - As For Now by Lindsay Rae Spurlock
- Make Me Believe by MomtoCutiePia - Multiple - Believe by Mumford and Sons
- Premonicion by TritioAFB of Samurai Warriors Productions - Witch Craft Works - What If I was Nothing by All That Remains

Comedy/Trailer:

- Cooking By the Book by Kyci - K-ON - Cooking By The Book by Lazytown
- OH! HELL NO by shorisquared of Tsunderbird Studios - Multiple - HELL NO: The Sensible Horror Film by PixelsPerSecond
- Swear Jar by Maboroshi Studio - Servant x Service - Swear Jar Commercial by BudLight
- Shiro's House by GloryQuestor of Samurai Warriors Productions - Fate/Stay Night - Three's Company OP by Dominik Hauser

Advanced:

- Immaculate Clarity by Brilliant Lapis - Multiple - Judah (Reprise) by After The Sirens
- Lie With Me by Sephirothskr of Samurai Warrior Productions - 5 CM Per Second - Chasing Cars by Snow Patrol
- One Hell of a Host by BecauseImBored1 - Kuroshitsuji - Be Our Guest from Beauty and the Beast
- Tearing Smile by Magicflier of Illuminated Studios - Plastic Memories (TV) - Never Ever by Klimt 1918
- War of the Universe by MinetChan - Aldnoah.Zero - War of the Universe by Luca Turilli


For our Exhibition showing:

- A Good Night For A Tiger by HolySorrows - Tora Dora! - I Gotta Feeling by The Black Eyed Peas
- A New Light Will Guide You by HolySorrows - Clanned After Story - Fix You by Coldplay
- Air by SliceOfLife - Multiple - Air (Mr. FijiWiji Remix) by Hellberg &Teq feat. Taylor Renee
- Animegraphy 2015 by qyll - Multiple - Lonely Boy by The Black Keys, Magic Man by Paris, and Outro by M83
- Beboppin by DJ Fritz - Cowboy Bebop - Can't Get You Out Of My Head by Kylie Minogue
- Beyond Good and Evil by Izotoppu/Chemix800 - Dragon Ball Z Fukkatsu No F - Beyond Good And Evil by Audiomachine
- Broken Angel by Red.S of FeelReel - Multiple - Broken Angel by Boyce Avenue
- Bullies by Hiroto Sumi of Ramen Noodle Productions - Accel World - Warriors by Imagine Dragons
- Digital World by Leon Astreal - Sword Art Online, Accel World, C: The Money of Soul and Possibility Control, Log Horizon - Digital World by Amaranthe
- Dreams of the Wild by DJ Fritz - My Neighbor Totoro - Wildest Dreams by The Moody Blues
- Fates End by Izotoppu/Chemix800 - Dragon Ball Z Fukkatsu No F - Odyssey by Hi-Finesse
- Feel The Wildfire by NaelaNightshade - Multiple - Wildfire by JubyPhonic
- Feeling Magical by Kirbygal - Puella Magi Madoka Magica - Feeling Good by Muse (Fr33m4n Remix)
- Figment by MrNosec - Multiple - Slay It - Cryptex; Heart Anthem - Kraddy
- First Blood by AnimeMashup - Another. Dusk Maiden of Amnesia. Highschool of the dead. Corpse party. Shiki. - Die In A Fire by Living Tombstone
- For You by HotaruT - Clannad, Clannad After Story - For You by Rie Fu
- Howl's Heart by MadameWario - Howl's Moving Castle - The One That Got Away by Natasha Bedingfield
- I'll Be Here by Marika - Kyoukai no Kanata I'll Be Here: Mirai-hen - Safe & Sound by Taylor Swift ft. The Civil Wars
- Infinite Power by AnimeMashup - One Punch Man - Infinite Power by TheFatRat
- Letting Her Go by ClosetOtakuAMVz - Shigatsu wa Kimi no Uso (Your Lie In April) - Let Her Go (Nightcore) by Passanger
- Make Myself Believe by ZaCloud - Multiple - Fireflies by Owl City
- Never Back Down by AMV-X - Seraph of the End - Never Back Down by Nine Lashes
- Night/Light by OnyxAMVs - Puella Magi Madoka Magica (movies) - They Will Fall Like Roses by Of Verona
- Norstein by GallyG - Digimon Data Squad, Savers - The Draw by Bastille
- Oh No! Feat. Asuka Langley by RatDad - Neon Genesis Evangelion, End of Evangelion, Rebuild of Evangelion - Oh No by Marina and the Diamonds
- Puella Pain by ZaCloud - Puella Magi Madoka Magica - Le Bien Qui Fait Mal by Mozart L'opera Rock
- Pyroxene of the Heart by Kira - Multiple - Pyroxene of the Heart by Motoi Sakuraba,
Japanese dialogue from Nabari no Ou
- The Red String Of Fate by Kira - Junjou Romantica, 2, 3, OVA - Devotion by Hurts, Japanese dialogue from Junjou Romantica
- Seventeen Years of Piracy by SOGESNAKE - One Piece - How Far We've Come by Matchbox 20
- Shallow Grave by HotaruT - Sundays Without God - Shallow Grave by Nightcore
- The Grey by AMV-X - Noragami - The Grey by Icon For Hire
- This Is Gospel by Lialel Productions - FullMetal Alchemist Brotherhood - This is Gospel by Panic! at the Disco
- Yin-Yang Destiny by Unlucky Artist - Katanagatari - Ja Ho! (You Are My Destiny) by The Pussycat Dolls
- Yonkoma Heaven by TnAdct1 of Toon Addict Productions - Multiple - That's What I Like by Flo Rida (ft Fitz)
- Zero One by TheEditorForReal - Animatrix - Voodoo People by Prodigy, Who am I by Peace Orchestra

If there are any questions with regards to this list you can post them here but you may get a quicker answer if you reach me at amv@ohayocon.org. To all of the editors who submitted their AMVs to Ohayocon 16, thank you very much. I know our audience will enjoy each and everyone of them. And for all of the editors who have videos in the official contest, good luck to each of you. The results will be posted here sometime after January 18th.
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Post by TnAdct1 » Wed Jan 06, 2016 12:44 pm

Nice to see Kitty Love make it into the finals (and in the main category that I was leaning towards when making the video).

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Post by MaboroshiStudio » Thu Jan 07, 2016 7:52 am

congrats to the other finalists

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Post by Sephirothskr » Sat Jan 09, 2016 6:20 pm

Nice job peeps.

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Post by ahinton » Sun Jan 17, 2016 9:40 pm

We have our "WINNERS" of the Ohayocon 2016 AMV contest (including the runners up):

Action Category:
- Runner Up: Sleazy Swingers by BecauseImBored1 - Baccano - Sing, Sing, Sing by Benny Goodman
- WINNER Best Of Action: Every Scar Will Be My Throne by AntaresHeart07 of Rising Productions - Akame Ga Kill - Throne by Bring Me The Horizon

Drama Category:
- Runner Up: He Lies by ShoriSquared for Tsunderbird Studios - Usagi Drop - My Dad's Story: Dream For My Child by MetLife Hong Kong
- WINNER Best of Drama: Dark Souls by xporcellain of Illuminated Studios - Death Parade - No Light No Light by Florence and the Machine

Upbeat/Dance:
- Runner Up: Bad Dog The Remix by TritioAFB for Samurai Warriors Productions - Multiple - Bad Dog (Simon Dawn & Hockenheim Remix) by Neon Hitch
- WINNER Best of Upbeat/Dance: WORK THIS BODY: A Haikyuu!! Tribute by Katie K - Haikyuu! - Work This Body by Walk The Moon

Romance Category:
- Runner Up: Make Me Believe by MomtoCutiePia - Multiple - Believe by Mumford and Sons
- WINNER Best of Romance: Be Still by OnyxAMVs - Shigatsu wa Kimi no Uso - You Know Where To Find Me (Instrumental) by Imogen Heap

Comedy/Trailer:
- Runner Up: OH HELL NO by shorisquared of Tsunderbird Studios - Multiple - HELL NO: The Sensible Horror Film by PixelsPerSecond
- WINNER Best of Comedy/Trailer: Cooking By The Book by Kyci - K-ON - Cooking By The Book by Lazytown

Editor's Choice:
- Runner Up: Happiness by SliceOfLife - Multiple - Happiness by Red Velvet
- WINNER Editor's Choice Award: One Hell of A Host by BecauseImBored1 - Kuroshitsuji

Audience Choice:
- Runner Up: One Hell Of A Host by BecauseImBored1 - Kuroshitsuji (Black Butler) - Be Our Guest from Beauty and the Beast
- WINNER Audience Choice: OH HELL NO by shorisquared of Tsunderbird Studios - Multiple - HELL NO: The sensible Horror Film by PixelsPerSecond

Advanced Category:
- Runner Up: War of the Universe by MinetChan - Aldnoah.Zero - War of the Universe by Luca Turilli
- WINNER Best of Advanced: One Hell of A Host by BecauseImBored1 - Kuroshitsuji (Black Butler) - Be Our Guest from Beauty and the Beast

Best of Show:
- Runner Up: Dark Souls by xPorcellain of Illuminated Studios - Death Parade - No Light No Light by Florence and the Machine
- WINNER Best of Show: Swear Jar by Maboroshi Studio - Servent x Service - Swear jar Commercial by Bud Light

Again, I would like to thank all of the editors who submitted to the Ohayocon 2016 AMV contest. I hope you had fun with your videos and I hope you will consider registering to next year contest. We had nearly 500 attendees for the Saturday showing of the contest. If you have any questions on the contest, please do not hesitate to ask.
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Post by MaboroshiStudio » Sun Jan 17, 2016 9:48 pm

Swear Jar won Best of Show? Ok who is pullin my leg... I love that everyone shares my depraved sense of humor!

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I would like to say congrats to all the other f@$king winners!
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Post by ahinton » Sun Jan 17, 2016 9:59 pm

Ok who is pullin my leg...

No one. You won fair and square. And congratulations on your victory.
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Post by AntaresHeart07 » Mon Jan 18, 2016 6:06 am

Omg I didn't expect it, thank you guys and congrats to the other winners <3

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Post by shorisquared » Mon Jan 18, 2016 10:49 am

Audience choice...? AUDIENCE CHOICE?!?! And a few runner-ups?! I am definitely surprised. But thank you very much Ohayocon for all the love. It looked like a great contest and I hope everyone there really enjoyed it. Congrats to the other winners and participants as well!

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P.S. I managed to make playlists for all the videos I could find for both the contest and exhibition. Enjoy!
Contest: https://www.youtube.com/playlist?list=P ... mzV9Mdy5Xy
Exhibition: https://www.youtube.com/playlist?list=P ... sZa2k9c4Gh
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Post by xPorcellain » Mon Jan 18, 2016 3:22 pm

Ohhhh Best Drama and runner up in Best of Show tysm I'm honored 8DD

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