> I think you have to make your own cosplay skit group... and make
the script yourself. I think you can write the script in any
language, as long as you know the audience will understand it. I
think you can use Japanese, (well, this IS an anime cosplay) as long
as you have subtitles. ^^; Tagalog has more impact, IMO, since, well,
I don't know, words seem to have more impact when said in Tagalog
than in English (i.e., impact of "Aishiteru" in Tagalog and in
English.) Plus, the audience will understand it better... ^_^ which
may explain why Tomo's "Ang cute mo Tamahome" line was such a hit
> I think you don't have to wait until the exact day of the cosplay
to get a skit group. If you know people who are cosplaying, and you
want to join the cosplay skit event, then prepare one as early as
now. Get some friends and brainstorm!
SKIT SKIT SKIT!!! I'm really interested in making a skit with other
cosplayers. Heheh...siguro kung may Fuyutsuki last nov, nag-skit
kami, pero skit namin, yung walang salita, parang silent
movie...magtititigan lang kami..eheheh.
Actually, I was thinking...Maybe we could plan our skits here in this
ML. Maybe one could post what skit they wanna make and then we could
sign up in that skit group. At least kahit na hindi tayo lahat nagmee-
meet during the artfarm/cosplay meetings, we could still prepare for
our skits :), not to mention that we'd give others the chance to join
and choose what skit they'd wanna join in, di ba?
Anyway, someone is gonna go as Kyoko so cguradong kasama ko na sa
Well, good luck to those who're going to make their own skits.
Basta, anything goes skits tayo sa June 30 :D.