Getting a new computer and saying good bye to video lags! YEEHAW!
Finally getting a project moving after a year of preparing for it
Looking at a producer's resume, under their productions, and seeing your name ^^ call me a noob, but it makes me all warm inside! lol
oh and spending an entire day making a new resume site and when you're finally done... you look at it and make sure everything's working and you see how awesome it is.... xD
Mixing sound effects for something as simple, but INCREDIBLY hard to make sound right as a character walking to another character on grass and then sitting down next to him and making it sound perfect on the first try!
rufflestep, rufflestep, rufflestepittystep, shuffle, cloth flap, cloth billow, shuffle, ruffleland.
Oh, man... I love this stuff.
Knowing who the dedicated ones in your cast are.
I'm built like an itsy-bitsy li'l thing. 20 years old, 5'2", and 90 lbs on a "good day".
When I started voice acting, the most muscle I had on my bones were from archery and ballroom... Mostly leg muscles due to my straight posture (for relatively consistent shooting; I can stand the same way for hours--Stability is cool like that) and fancy footwork (from waltz, foxtrot, tango, swing, to Charleston--SHUT UP, I'M COUNTING THE LAST TWO).
2 years later, I randomly felt my "tummy muscles" (diaphragm, to be precise) and it feels much more firmer now. It used to be really weak! I'm no longer a squooshy li'l thing you wanna poke in the tummy! Sure, it's still kinda sad that my tummy muscles are much more stronger than, say, my biceps and triceps, but hey... I'm not gonna complain when I can definitely terrify grown men twice my height and weight!
MY VOICE GIVES ME SUPER STRENGTH!!
Now I wanna do crunches like one of my theater friends...
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