I'll try to audition tomorrow sometime. When exactly is the deadline?
i will send you an audition
I didn't list a deadline because there is none to speak of. I suppose if I were forced, I would say "the week before we release." Adding voices to the game is trivial, and if we have to add them last-minute, then so be it, though I would dearly like to have them for Beta so that players can respond to having the voiced in game. In that regard, the deadline is three months from now, at best guess. So maybe sometime January, depending out how production goes.
However, I will begin casting for roles either toward the end of next week, or as your interest in this project dies, whichever comes later. I intend to list "casted" positions and the person who filled them here, but still welcome auditions for those roles. If someone comes along that is simply and clearly better or more fit for the role, I had intended to make the replacement. If that, however, is considered indecent or bad form, then I apologize now, and will instead make informal commitments to those we've approved of, and hold final "casting" for later, I suppose.
(It should be noted that none of my previous projects required voice talent that I could not, myself, provide, so this is a new experience for me as well. Your patience and understanding is greatly appreciated.)
Well been out for a year or so and this looks like a good way of getting back in the flow of things, will get some auds to you next couple of days
This seems pretty interesting. I'll send an aud this weekend!^^
Get some younger British characters in so I can audition.
Always my favourite day of the week. Work gets done inbetween bouts of goofing off and discussing what to do about lunch, and later, what a good lunch it was and what we should do for next friday.
I can see I have a few more audition waiting for me, plus a few promises for this weekend. I really look forward to hearing from all of you, and while I may not be the best at critiqueing (I'll get one of the designers to help with that, as well), I'll provide whatever feedback I can.
Have a great friday, everyone.
Just about every applicant I've heard from is from North America, and thus has a North American accent. This is all fine and dandy! I'm not criticizing that part. However one of our main characters, Wilfig, has been scripted and written to be a Scott, and thus I expect few-to-no auditions for that role.
Firstly, I want to encourage those of you who can do (or think they can do) a Scottish accent even half-well, please try. Nothing lost but a bit of time, right?
Secondly, I was wondering if anyone could refer me to a forum where I might be more prone to find voice actors from the UK to fill this, and the few other accented roles. Or perhaps you know a fellow who does a right good impression of a Scott, you might give him a call to see if he'd be interested in our project.
Of course, all of your efforts are greatly appreciated, and we've been very happy with the response we've gotten from this forum over the past few days.
I continue to look forward to your auditions.
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