April 16th, 2008

Serious JT

Vancouver pics: final part

Finally! I found some time to post the pics of the last day of the Vancouver con, Sunday.

In the morning I went on another (extra) tour of Gateworks and a prop depot. We saw props being made for upcoming episodes of Stargate Atlantis. They showed us the SG-1 gate and the puddlejumper that are used on location and lots of Stargate props/costumes. Huge rooms, filled to the brim with Stargate props, unbelievable! Can't post pics though, the waiver thing again. :(

In the afternoon, there were stage appearances by Bruce Woloshyn (digital effects), John Smith (Executive Producer), Rainbow Sun Franks, Michael Shanks and Lexa Doig. I missed Bruce's part because of the tour and didn't have any good pics of John and Rainbow, so I'm borrowing some from my friend Neelan_Liquor.

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I also got to be the photographer during the interview doublecut (one of the editors on Gateworld) had with Lexa Doig. Lots of great pics, but unfortunately I can't post them since they're technically Gateworld's pics. Maybe after they post the interview...

I also had a great photo op with Michael and Lexa, hilarious in my opinion:

Can't wait to have that one signed when I see the both of them in Chicago.

And finally, the ultimate souvenir from Vancouver (besides all the new friendships): my autographed cube. Some of you may know this already, but I made a cube to remind me of my trip. I photoshopped pictures of all the celebs I would see together and made 6 squares, which fit into a plastic cube I made.
(I apologize for the quality of the scans, I made them in a hurry so pardon the dust and the crookedness. I also blurred my name because I posted them on Gateworld)

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Also, the side with the gate pic has autographs by Chris Heyerdahl and David Nykl, 2 guests I didn't know I would get to meet so I had no pics ready for them. :) 

Well, I hope you enjoyed the pics from my little adventure into the Stargate mecca. I hope I convinced some of you that going to conventions is something you should definitely do (if you can afford it).