Hey, in production of a new animation, which might turn into a series. I am looking for voice actors for a series that will be kinda short-ish, but still worth watching, I think. You can contact me on my email or on NG to ask about the roles you are wishing to play. Maybe even a sneak peak at the story.
The first voice I need will be a human voice. The voice of a scientist named Woflram. He is an intelligent young man, and possesses a voice that reflects that superior intelligence. He is curious and might have a very faint British tone to his voice if you feel that would work. Wolfram has blonde hair and green eyes.
The second is another human, Jackson. Jackson is a fellow scientist to Wolfram, and has a rather stoic and aloof voice. He seems to always be busy with something, but often makes time to listen to Wolfram's efforts and discoveries. He is Wolfram's best friend, even if he is always fiddling with a cloning device. He has black hair and green eyes.
Then there's a tribal native of the land the scientists are investigating, which is a wolverine-like humanoid who is actually quite intelligent. The wolverine-man's name is Kor, and he has a gruff, harsh sounding voice. He doesn't have as many lines, as he can't speak good English due to the shape of his muzzle, but he still can understand English speakers.
Next is the companion of Kor the Wolverine. Kor's companion is a nameless, feathered orange-pink snake. This feathered snake can fly with the use of her wings, and she seems to know Kor quite well. She doesn't make much noise, but in one scene in the far future she will screech like a pterodactyl, thus she might make that sound again in other episodes.
Then there's the antagonists, a race of demonic boar-people. They are diminutive, but they are very dangerous. They, of course, make pig squeals and low grunts, with a bit of a demonic or dark tinge in it.
Finally are the cast of background characters, who are all scientists in the same group as Wolfram. There are three of them, and they can sound however you might see fit, as long as it isn't ridiculous.