DECKHEART: ACE OF ROBOTS
Episode 1: The Case of the Magnetic Menace
Written and directed by Scott D. Harris
[ame="http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=0ij31aGqdIg"]Deckheart: Ace of Robots - Episode 01 PREVIEW[/ame]
Stacy L. Przybysz - Becky Chase
Chrissy Pepper - Pippi Chase
Sara Breidenbach - Toni Chase
Jaymz Hughes - Deckheart, First Journalist
Anthony LoGatto - Bud Rivet, First Patrol-bot Pilot, Second Journalist, First Technician, Second Technician, First Citizen
Brian Finnegan - Commissioner John Sabre
Kim West - Ms Hasler
Matt Clarke - Magnus Geist
Sami Sadek - Alex Murdock
Scott D. Harris - Second Patrol-bot Pilot, Policeman, Second Citizen
Title theme by Alex Kurilov.
Soundtrack sourced from various soundtracks, all music is copyright © its respectful owners.
"Brave Police J-Decker" is copyright © Sunrise, Takara 2009.
This production is copyright © Ravenstone U.K. MMIX
- Stacy: Your voice and tone fit Becky perfectly. You sounded convincing as the bossy, loud-mouthed middle sister, with the right amounts of sarcasm and snideness. There was a problem with you bashing your microphone about in the early lines - and as you told us this was from the way you emphasised yourself while recording - so we'd suggest either placing the mic where it won't get hit or restrain your movements a little.
- Chrissy: Like the above review, you had the tone down perfectly. You sounded genuinely as if you were taking the mother role amongst the three sisters. In future episodes we will be seeing the character go through more emotions, so we will hopefully witness a more varied range from you. Well done.
- Sara: As one of the two main characters, there was a lot of pressure on you to get this right, and we think you did it brilliantly. You slipped into the role quite naturally and your voice suited Toni's personality traits. Hope to keep working with you.
- Jaymz: Great job, emotions were perfect and you sounded totally robotic during the flashback sequence without losing the voice you had. We also appreciate that you added the reverberation, but the lines came out a little quiet. There's only so much we can do in the post-production stages so if you can make them a bit clearer in the future that would be great.
- Anthony: Suitably toned, and we appreciate you taking the effort to try voicing so many characters. You're obviously very dedicated, but we would suggest you try and vary your voice just a bit. Some of the minor characters sounded almost identical to each other, so please work on your range in the future.
- Brian: Sabre's a difficult character, he mixes tough professionalism and childish enthusiasm on a regular basis while sounding gruff and appropriate for his age, so we think you did a brilliant job. You have a very expressionistic voice and we would love to continue working with you on this project, Sabre's going to get even sillier in the future so we're looking forward to hearing you pull it off.
- Kim: Unfortunately you only got one line so there wasn't much to say, but you sounded very natural in the role of a teacher and when episode 4 comes around, in which we see a lot more of Ms Hasler, you'll get a chance to display your abilities more.
- Matt: While we're left unsure of where exactly Magnus Geist comes from, you do a great mad-man's voice and the moments of improvisation still fit his personality. Well done.
- Sami: Not much to say, but nice job on the voice, and while you did pronounce 'Geist,' wrong it still sort of works for the character.
- Scott: You are a God! Apologies for our co-writer's blatant megalomania, he's all right but hardly worthy of deity-hood.