This is a blog about The Meadow Man (working title) a feature length animation in the works By David Firth. This is mainly a solo project so it may take a few years. This blog will update as progress does.


Sunday, 2 August 2009

Voice auditions closed!

Thanks for all your wonderful submissions. I have listened to about half of them and so far I am very impressed with the talent on offer, but I set a deadline and I'm sticking to it. It was today. Don't send me any more please. I have plenty to wade through. I haven't replied to anyone yet but I will try to get back to everyone eventually.

I know there haven't been many updates but I am making progress on my film every day. As soon as I have some interesting things to report and share I will update more regularly.

27 comments:

  1. Alas, I've been too snowed under to get a submission to you, but I'm sure there's no shortage of talent at your disposal.

    Looking forward to seeing the fruits of your labor.

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  2. Sounds good Dave, I look forward to hearing from you in the not too distant future.

    Cheers,

    Daniel F. - www.alienredwolf.com

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  3. Alas, the eternal struggle between me and my rebellious soundcard has resulted in the absence of my submission to this Most Excellent Production. Meh, I probably would have sounded boring anyway. Any previews coming any time soon? :D

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  4. I think I'm starting to dislike people that say "Alas".

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  5. alas richard i share your displeasure

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  6. Hello Dave. This talk about voice acting and audio and stuff (through some odd thought processes) made me realize something: When your DVD comes out, people are going to torrent it. No doubt about it. So here's an idea: include with the DVD something that can't be torrented. Put some stickers in or a scratch-and-sniff on the case or something...
    Love, Vanslashington
    (P.S. I wish to make babies with you)

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  7. drat, I should have submitted something, but I was too lazy

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  8. w0o0o0otfff i didnt nous about this until now! :S lololol i wish i had sobmitud somfingz

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  9. Jolly good, sir. Waiting with bated breath.

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  10. Man... I really would've wanted to do this if I knew about it...

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  11. Genuinely excited about this mammoth project. Followed your work for ages mate, BFM among many was my fave. To follow how your work has evolved, how you've become rightfullu successful with it all, it's made me realise something mate...
    I'm glad you exist :)
    All the best

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  12. Do you have a rough idea when it'll be coming out? Weeks? Months? Years?

    I am really looking forward to it man, I love your woek. I wish my acting/voice skills were good enough to help you out.

    Good luck!

    Connah

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  13. So excited about your new feature length animation! I've been following your work since I discovered your site back in 2004; I remember it was the same week Salad Fingers 5 came out. I can't believe it's been almost 5 years... Anyway, keep up the good work! I'm really looking forward to seeing The Meadow Man when it comes out! Hopefully on DVD! :-)

    - J.Rod
    www.youtube.com/carrotpatrol

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  14. What a great question... But forget eating. If you stopped time, your primary concern would be breathing, no? And what about seeing? Presumably light would be suspended in space as you moved about, right? It wouldn't radiate outward or reflect or refract. You'd be essentailly blind until you physically moved your head into the photons before your eyes.

    Godlike powers certainly have their pitfalls.

    Meanwhile, how goes the Movie, Dave?

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  15. I'm looking forward to an update.
    I wonder what music you will choose; I'm always impressed by the soundtrack of your films.

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  16. If you need tweens or cleanup, I'll do some for a credit.

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  17. OoOo what wonders are to come of this XD

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  18. Man! I so wish I hadn't been a total musket and submitted some voice recordings! I have so many to offer, though in my mind they have potential, in reality they're probably shit. David, if you ever have time, read one of my blogs, they're essentially short stories about nothing.
    Peace, and good luck with it all!

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  19. I'd hope to think that once the project is finished it'd end up in cinemas as opposed to DVD. I'd definitely pay to see it. I'm sure you probably don't think about Australia very much, but you have a huge fan base here. =]

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  20. cool, chad! i'm also from australia and love your (dave that is) creations, its original and cool. i cant wait to see this movie you make.

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  22. Fok Sake. Only found out about this today. If you want Egyumbian voice let me know, though. OK.

    fuck keyboards

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  23. Offtopic, sorry.

    Please, help me to find Locust Toyboxs track, which i can describe as: amazing, agressive rush of 8-bit sounds with some rap. Listened to this track in autumn of 2006 year. Cant remember the name.

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  24. Hmmm... I do hope I get a response. I submitted my voice, but I'm fairly certain I won't be considered (I has teh mope). I'm American, but I was hoping that he would have some use for an American voice. Ah, well.

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  25. If you guys are standing by waiting to hear back about your voice being selected, rest assured with Deep Vein Thrombosis.

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