Collection of Voice Acting Talent
This is the thread to be used by both voice actors, and those looking for voice actors.
Below details each voice actor apart of C-VAT. their strengths, their weaknesses, and previews of what they do best.
Please use this format to give me your information, it makes my life easier and makes everything more streamlined:
[color="#00BFFF"]Name[/color] Gender, Age [b]Specialization(s):[/b] [b]Experience:[/b] [b]Looking for:[/b] [b]Contact:[/b] [b]Demo:[/b]
Specialization(s): Emotional yelling, wide range of vocal capabilities.
Experience: Personal work.
Looking for: Any type of mod.
Contact: [email protected](dot)com
Specialization(s): Calm and cool, singer, drunk.
Experience: Shadowhide's "When Angels and Devisl Dance" by , performing a thief
Getaene's "The Black Frog", performing the character "Gilles"
narration for an iPhone app; the job involved choosing music, sound editing and voice narration
Zontik's "King's Story," playing Earl Durkheim
And much more.
Looking for: Anything that's near completion.
Contact: PM through Nexus forums.
Specialization(s): I can very effectively convey a character, wide voice range, access to other people that can also do voice overs, can mimic the in game voice overs to "blend" a mod in with the game
Experience: Working in film, Theatre acting, Some work in Fallout 3 modding
Looking for: Well written quest mods, anything really
Contact: [email protected] , Forum PM'ing
Specialization(s): I can impersonate most accents and a wide variety of people.
Experience: I have done 'girls singing' in my music and my friends all swear that is not a man singing, but it is.
Looking for: Any..
Contact: pm me
Specialization(s): I am a native Scot, so I have an authentic accent. I can also do a variety of thicker Scottish accents if thats whats required, Aberdonian, Fifer, Doric, etc. I can do a fairly convincing Irish accent (to the untrained ear), as well as mediorce German and Danish. I can do a variety of English accents, Cockney and Queens mainly, as well as a passable Northern accent. I can sort of do West country, but only for comedy characters, as its so hammed up. I can also do a stereotypical Russian/Eastern European accent, but its also fairly hammed.
Looking for: I'm pretty young so obviously I'm okay doing younger characters, but I'm also not all that bad doing gruff/older types, particularly when I use an Eastern European or Cockney accent. I don't like to ham up if possible, so not too much melodrama in the script please. Other than that I'm okay to do any mod, just pm me if you have a suggestion. I will only do voice acting for mods where most of the rest of the work has already been done, my reasons being I don't want to put in the work for a mod which may never see daylight. After all voice acting is one of the easiest parts of the mod, compared to scripting/modelling etc.
Contact: Forum PM
Specializations: Imitating, vocalizing expressions, getting casted as "the nerd" in many shows
Experience: Well, I do voice acting from English to Swedish for many kids movies and series (Disney, Nickelodeon, WB etc). Titles vary from Harry Potter to Jonas Brothers (ugh! . I've been told I'm good at adapting my voice to what I hear from the guys over in the US that cast me. Been working on and off since 12 years back. I have never done professional work in English, and I have a bit of an accent. Thus, casting me as a nord or such might be a good idea.
Looking for: Anything really, as long as it makes someone happy :-)
Specialization(s): Wide range, character based
Experience: If you played FNV, I was the voice of Capt. Larry Scull in New Vegas Bounties II have also done a lot of Machinema VO's
Looking for: Well written mod story lines, well thought out mods, I can assist in writing dialog if ya like
Contact:Message me here.
Demo:New Vegas Bounties II more on request. I can record high quality vo's with my gear, and I am versed in sound design.
(modders who need voices)
Specialization(s): Sidequests, followers, texture work.
Experience: Creator of Red Sonja
Looking for: Deep, scandanavian accents.
Contact: [email protected]
Preview: -link to mods, videos-
For those new to complex mods, I suggest using "placeholder" voice files for most of your build, then get your actors when the mod is close to release, for two reasons. One, you won't waste people's time -- almost half of my work over the last 6 years is still not released because the builders gave up. Two, as the author, you have a vision but things can change as you build and test the mod (or maybe something doesn't work and you have to change the vision); better to have things near-final before giving the actors their direction.
Finally, the actor needs to know you want the voices to sound like. If you know what you want, explain it clearly. If you don't know what you want, please tell the actor as much of your vision as you can. Let him ask questions, consider his suggestions and provide feedback on the samples. Some of my favorite voice acting projects were for authors who gave me some leeway -- sometimes they liked my ideas, sometimes not, but the result was always improved by the exchange. The one project I did not enjoy was because I got a lot of "I don't know what I want, but that isn't it," from the author. Heck, I can get that at work.
(Helpfully added by runestyr)
Edited by Miriandandes, 27 November 2011 - 03:10 AM.