From Lewis Caroll’s “Alice in Wonderland” and based off of Wally Reads the Classics [x], I present — Artemis Reads the Classics
american, australian, southern, english, and russian(sort of not really)
One day I’ll be able to do a bunch of accents really well. Today is not that day.
auditioned for a fandub, whaaaaat?
i usually avoid these because a) copyright problems, so i can’t put them on my professional acting resume, and b) usually it’s just every magical girl anime and its mother and i…don’t watch a lot of anime anymore?
but this one looks like it has a really great and funny cast, and i’ve worked with one of the people before so woooo
and the character i’ve auditioned for is the only one left to cast so we can start immediately
AND I’M PRETTY HAPPY WITH HOW THE AUDITION SOUNDED? IT’S JUST CONVINCING THE DIRECTOR BUT THEY’RE ON LONDON TIME AND BAH.
Female Demo Reel — Sydney Jones
I have a couple other reels floating around, but I tried to focus a lot more on actual acting this time around. My range isn’t that wide, so I wanted really natural-sounding things with the voices I could do. I’m fairly certain the weakest one is the second one, unfortunately. Real shame, since I have a lot of experience with that accent…
But let me know what you guys think! And particularly pronunciation, since I have this terrible tendency to slur words (while absolutely sober, mind you).
TEN POINTS IF YOU CAN FIND THE FANDOM-RELATED THING I SLIPPED IN THERE
so i’ve just remembered i’m going to get paid for the most recent role i’ve done. i’ve sent in paypal info and everything. it still floors me that people have paid actual money for me to say stuff in funny accents. i mean, it’s not easy, but it’s a bit mind boggling.
does that make me a “professional” now? if so, i think i should get paid for just talking in every-day conversation.
Teen Titans Fandub
All the good stuff is in the description, but I was lucky enough to have a role in this clip as Raven! This is the first of a few clips, so watch out for those~
UGH I LOVE BEING A PART OF THIS CAST
being raven is the best
“When I met you for the first time yesterday, I said Afghanistan or Iraq. You look surprised.”
With dramatic background music! This is the really long explanation as to how Sherlock deduced it. A really awesome monologue that you all have to say really very fast.
Again, just me working on me making my accent flow more fluidly.
i’m actually working on getting this background music to play whenever i talk in real life so i can be this dramatic
Bloopers & Ect.
Really just stupid stuff happening while I do some lines for a short film that should be coming out eventually. I’ll avoiding mentioning the project name for any legal reasons or such, but this will always be known as the project that took my Batman mug away from me.
fffft this is actually going to be the hardest thing i’ve ever voiced because there’s hardly any dialogue.
it’s easy when you go back and forth and can just imagine the person saying their lines (well not easy because sometimes you have totally different versions of what you were going for, but). but about 80% are scared sounds and running and breathing and being absolutely terrified
WHICH, EVEN THOUGH IT’S GONNA BE SUPER DIFFICULT, IS REALLY COOL
thank god the director is super helpful and a great casting director as well
like ughhh this would be so cool if it was in film festivals becAUSE I’M PRETTY SURE I BEAT OUT A FAIR AMOUNT OF PEOPLE TO GET THIS DAMN ROLE AND IF IT MEANS FEELING LIKE AN IDIOT WHILE RECORDING, SO BE IT
reevaluating my career choice TOO LATE NOW, FUCK
oh hey self, how’s that term paper going?
So I was auditioning for a horror project and one of the auditions called for a terrible, hair-raising scream. And me, remembering how I got a bunch of acclaim for my scream at a haunted house I worked at a few years back, decided “why the hell not”.
It took me about a week to record because I needed most everyone out of the house to really get into it, and I ended up doing screams for about 20+ minutes. Which takes a toll on your throat!
But this is one (along with probably ten or so more) that forever remains on the cutting room floor, as it’s not the one I used for my audition.
NOTE: You might want to turn your volume down.