Self-introduction: Currently, senior animation major at school of Visual arts in New York City.
Our project will be a 22 min full length anime aiming to reach TV production quality.
I am an emerging director/producer looking for young,
and serious voice actors who is willing to stick with a growing studio in its early shape right now.
Yes, this is another start up indie studio with no money,
we will need to rely on each other's passion for the project
while I am trying to do fund rising for everyone.
So only audition if you are serious about getting involved with us for years to come.
We have only started to do some fund raising, there isn't enough to distribute to all talents.
But we are serious group of people looking for quality, and work ethic.
If you proved to be a trust worthy voice, money will come to you as they come in.
We aim to develop long term projects that will keep our voices busy with animation shorts, OVAs, games, all original products.
We will slowly get involved with commercial projects to get everyone fed.
[COLOR=LemonChiffon]:arrow: An example of my animation work: [URL]http://mayshing.com/edepth/edepth-a nime.htm[/URL]
And this is the incomplete version of the stuff we will be doing.
Read the first chapter of my manga to see the storyline we will be casting: [URL]http://mayshing.com/edepth/vol1/vol 1.php[/URL][/COLOR]
So far all cast has been recruited, except 1 guy got dropped out because he lacks communication with us.
Characters to be casted
Randy: [URL]http://mayshing.com/edepth/characte r/characters.php?page=3[/URL]
LINES for AUDITION:
Chapter 1, page 21-24
Isaac: [URL]http://mayshing.com/edepth/characte r/characters.php?page=6[/URL]
Chapter 1, page 27-28
The anime version of the story has been changed very slightly,
when you are on board, the full script and storyboard is ready.
AUDITION DELIVERY: As early as you can do it.
FINAL DELIVERY: By the end of Dec 2009 or earlier.
One of my voice actor made it a discipline to deliver within 1-3 weeks after assignment, that's a very good practice I wish all my voices could keep.
If not, let me know when you are delivering, and STAY IN TOUCH. That's good work ethic and producers like that.
Format: [URL]http://altarstudio.mayshing.com/dis cussion/index.php?topic=248.0[/URL]
1. Give me a range, gender, age, personalities you can mimic. Using my characters are good, but you can also use famous actor's voice or characters from other well known series for your audition. My goal is to listen for range, energy, and see which of mine you can fit into.
2. Make sure there's no noise, no talking, no laughing or breaks out of character when you are acting.
3. Starts with your normal voice as introduction, that helps me to establish a better idea of your range, actual personality vs acting.
:arrow: FINALLY, send all of your auditions to
Thanks in advance for participating!