Artist Alley Registration for Anime Punch 2011 is officially open!
If you are interested in selling your work in our Alley this year, please email email@example.com with the following information:
- Your full name
- A phone number you can be reached at before/during the con.
- A prospective list of products you plan to sell
- A link to examples of your work (such as deviantart gallery, etc.)
Due to the high demand, and for the best selection and quality possible, our Artist Alley is juried. The jurying committee is comprised of several individuals of varied backgrounds, including the Artist Alley coordinator.
The selection process will happen in two waves. The majority of the artists will be chosen in the first wave, this gives an upperhand to the artists who plan ahead well in advance. A reserve list will be populated from that date forward of both artists who did not get selected in the first wave, as well as any artists who submit their data after the first date. Two weeks before the convention five more artists from the reserve list will be approved for tables. If there are no-shows at the convention we will contact additional members of the reserve list to fill the spots. The deadline to submit your information for the first round draft is 11:59PM on Jan 22nd. The final deadline of ALL applications is March 25th.
This year tables will cost $45. The table is six feet long, and will be available 24 hours a day. There will be a $15 dollar discount for contributing artwork to the convention for use in the program guide, on badges, for promotions, etc. If you are interested in this discount please let us know so that we can establish what we would like to see from you.
Note: Artists must be pre-registered to be approved into artist alley! Artist alley prices do not include a badge, just a table and the permission to sell stuff.
Additional informationIs it okay if we sell our pre-drawn art, but also take requests during the convention?
-You may sell pre-drawn art as long as it is your own, and you may also take comissions at con. Pre-drawn art can be anything from prints, original sketches, paintings, or various items with your art on them (pins, stickers, etc).
Sharing tables: Can both of us work at the same table, or do we each have to have our own?
-If you sign up together, you will be sharing a table. Just make sure to include both of your information in the e-mail sent to artists. We sell each table individually, so if you would like to have yur own tables you will both have to purchase one.
Do I need to be pre-registered to apply to artist alley?
-No, at the time of application you do not have to be pre-registered for the event. However, once the selection is made you will need to immediately pre-register to keep your spot. In the event that we start pulling from the wait-list at or near the con to fill gaps, extra tables, or cancelations only pre-registered contenders will be considered.
Please email firstname.lastname@example.org if you have any questions! We look forward to seeing your work!
There are no set artist alley hours, so you can go all night if you like!
Rules:- Original creations only. If you want to have a garage sale of your old tapes, do it in the dealers room! Burning a disc is not considered an original creation unless its content was originally created by you!
- Use common sense and remember we are the final judge of what is okay and not okay to do or sell.
- Remember the Convention Policy: "All unwritten rules are to be enforced and obeyed!"
Other than that, have fun and make lots of money!
We are always looking for more pictures of our two karate girls! If you wish to contribute, send your pictures of the girls to email@example.com and if we like what we see we'll use them in our program guide, in our advertisements, on our website, or on our badges! Of course we'll check with you first and give you an art credit in our program guide. No matter what, we'll upload them to this page so everyone can see your glorious rendition of our two epic warriors!
Both girls are karate white-belts with a traditional karate uniform. Below are the guidelines that must be met. Otherwise, the style is up to you!
17–19 years old, straight blue/black hair. She is more serious and quiet, but by no means short tempered or angry. She uses either a long Japanese sword, or dual pistols.
11–13 years old. More energetic and outgoing, but not hyper or idiotic. Penny has brown pigtails, freckles, and a smile. She tends to tie the top for her uniform around her waist. Her weapons of choice are handfuls of knives or bombs that she flings in the general direction of whoever she is fighting.
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