You haven't seen Shirobako yet? I suggest making it a top priority, it is a definite must for anyone that watches anime, I also suggest watching Gi(a)rlish Number, after you watch Shirobako, as they both cover certain aspects of the anime industry.
Honestly.. there were two shots that I liked to do back at that convention... but was not able to do so because "I encountered a friend and chatted" when about to approach a cosplayer that I like to shoot.. First one, I was about to approach a cosplayer from D-Gray man... had only taken a few steps when my Hitagi cosplayer friend showed up.. when we finished chatting the D-Gray man cosplayer was gone @_@ second time I was about to approach a Rem and Ram pair, but turned out nearby was my long time friend Chiisai... we chatted a bit.. when I looked again the Rem / Ram pair was gone. XD Well, no choice about that... friends are more important anyway. I think you might have done the same if you were in those situations.
It's fine if the sig does not get done soon. Serious when I said it's ok even if it get's done next month. I'm still gathering the cards for the deck anyway. ^^
Whoa... you have such a huge list. From your list, I have already finished Gabriel Dropout. And also enjoyed the first episode of Hinako Note. Currently getting Tsugumomo - because I need some comedy to combat the daily stress. XD
And since you said that it is good. I will also try Sakura Quest. And also Shirobako + Clockwork Planet.
Goodluck with the work that you've been doing. ***
A lot of stuff is going on right now, so I don't have much free time, I might be able to work on it Sunday though.
Looking forward to the report.
It's still a bit early in the season to make an endorsement, but several new shows that I've been watching are:
Sakura Quest - Looks and feels similar to Shirobako, probably my favorite thus far.
Tsugumomo - An action slapstick comedy.
Akashic Records of Bastard Magical Instructor - Comedy.
Hinako Note - Kind of like Gochuumon wa Usagi Desu ka?
Alice & Zoroku - I'm not sure how to describe it, but it's an interesting series.
Eromanga Sensei - Very similar to Ore no Imouto ga Konnani Kawaii Wake ga Nai.
Twin Angels BREAK - Typical mahou shojo.
WorldEnd - I'm not sure yet.
Tsukigakirei - Slow romance anime.
Several others are:
Love Tyrant - Which is pretty much a crazy comedy with a lot of Death Note parodies.
The Royal Tutor - While it's obviously targeting female audiences, the show is still a good source for humor.
Clockwork Planet - It seems rather bland to me, but I like the main heroine, so for that I'll give it a mention.
The Silver Guardian - Pretty good, though it hasn't captured my devout interest as of yet.
Lastly there are these shows:
KADO: The Right Answer - I haven't watched it yet.
Re:Creators - It's not included on the service I'm subscribed to, so I probably wont see it.
Frame Arms Girl - Same as above, though I actually have one of the figurines for drawing references.
Busou Shoujo Machiavellianism - Another series I'll probably miss do to it airing on a service I'm not subscribed to.
As for a series that aired last year, you'd probably like Gi(a)rlish Number, and for one that aired last season, you might like Gabriel DropOut.