For those of you who feel tempted to just go on a voice acting forum and say ” I need voice actors.”
If you are posting there it’s a given, we need a little more. Most VAs also have editing skills ( you have to learn to manage your own recordings) so if you want to use the whole ” for exposure” justification for your fan project; it’s pointless since most of us could make something ourselves if we want to.
If we audition for you, it’s because we want to take part.Make the process fun by making things organised.
If you don’t have enough script to post auditions you’re not ready,
If you can’t be bothered to write a full post I don’t think you’ll be dubbing 24 episode anime.
If you post at more than one forum but can only be bothered to write a full post at one then you can’t manage a team of actors. It takes a moment to update a thread, and a half arsed thread will also not syndicate on my RSS feel properly so you’ll loose a ton of potential people.
If you write a crappy post I’ll assume you’ll be crappy to work with.
It’s a hobby so there’s no need to act like Simon Cowell (’ because that’s what pros do’), A true pro acts with courtesy.
Deadlines are important I can schedule recording time so I don’t disturb my neighbor and I can take time to warm up,
Casting the first person you hear, getting through 50% of the script with them and finding they can’t do it will take longer than just taking the time to audition properly.
i cant really tell if this is serious or not
as somebody who is very close and personal friend with the person who wrote this post, yes it is, and you’re an asshole
we’re not allowed to make fun of how-to-draw manga books anymore? bbbbut that just adds a tantalizing so-wrong-yet-so-right feeling to it (´･_･`)
Ah yes, that tumblr user who decided to blog about something I’d said by taking a screencap with my words out of context because they were too cowardly to reblog from my actual source post and argue their point.
That book is actually really good. I seriously doubt the people complaining about it have actually read it. I have run workshops for a lot of schools, local authorities and even the BBC, so I feel I have a little authority to say that it’s a good book. It encourages the reader to start simple and to apply basic concepts to their own ideas and style and is very approachable for the intended audience of around 8-14 year olds.
Katy Coope is a person. A really great, awesome person and a personal friend who has inspired artists all over the world but is still down to earth, friendly and encouraging to artists of all skill levels. She did her first How to Draw book when she was fifteen years old and has been getting so much shit for it since then she had to close her DA account in her mid twenties.
When I defended her in that post, she was so happy she cried, because she has been having shit from wankers who have nothing better to do than complain for like 15 years now.
YES. If you are a dick about Katy Coope, you are a shitty person.
One of the risks in following a new webcomic is that the story might never end. You might end up with a comic that goes on for years only to have the creator abandon it. But there are some great webcomics out there that have wrapped up their storylines instead of fading into oblivion, leaving hundreds, and sometimes thousands, of pages for us to enjoy.
Happy 17th Birthday Buffy The Vampire Slayer!
First aired March 10th 1997
Or should we say…. Happy Buffday?
thinking of future gf c:
from when Kanaya thought Rose was also a troll
YES. JUST FUCKING YES
*not even a whovian* *claps*
SNAP! SNAP! SNAP!
You guys go ahead and take a break while we save all of existence.