After getting everything scripted and mixed, I have now put up the audition thread for the Sword Art Online scene. All the information about the episode, the scene description, and the characters are on there. If you are interested in auditioning, go here.
The scene isn't too long. It is a little under 4 minutes.
The deadline is currently set for October 26, but if I don't receive sufficient auditions, I will extend
Woohoo! The Clannad film dub continues chugging along its merry way. This one is just a little bit shorter than the usual installment, but this may be the most labor-intensive video, at least as it pertains to me. I had something like 60 lines to record because this is so heavy with the Tomoya narration, very tedious at times, I cannot lie. I much prefer to share the screen with someone, as the interactive aspect of acting is what I really enjoy most. Smaller cast here, though, so I was spared some
Updated 12-24-2012 at 01:18 AM by thehurricanekid
You know what? I don't even really give a damn if this makes me look like the king of the Department of Redundancy Department. When I feel strongly about something, I beat that sentiment over the head with a wet noodle until it's practically comatose. I love the cast of this Clannad film fandub, and I don't care who knows. I just wanna go to the rooftops and scream, "I love my cast!" (/Superbad'd, bee-otch) I'm so proud of the resilience and commitment to the craft they've all shown throughout
Updated 12-24-2012 at 01:20 AM by thehurricanekid
Before we begin this post in earnest, I do have to announce that there is some bad news. When I returned from my trip earlier this summer, I found several severe file corruptions in all my projects. Luckily, I did have the foresight to back up a few of these projects, namely Clannad (which is about to begin production right on schedule), Uta no Prince-sama (which was recently completed) and She and Her Cat (about to be released). Everything else, however, I did not have the time to back up before
Updated 12-24-2012 at 01:23 AM by thehurricanekid
Don't call it a comeback because Charlie Sheen has basically destroyed all inspirational connotations of that word. Now that I've returned from vacation, I'm ready to push forward with the final few videos in the project. Our penultimate clip comes from Uta no Prince-sama, an anime that is really fun to work with just because there are so many characters with such bold and sometimes zany personalities. The studio's special guest here is Samanthan Chan, who took on the task of portraying the series'
Updated 12-24-2012 at 01:26 AM by thehurricanekid