I feel like I'm spamming people. Hello. Please don't hate me.
Summer starts as soon as my take home exam ends. As well as this essay that's due on Monday that I can't get my head into. I'll be returning to Homeland either next Saturday or Sunday. And R4 of ToH started today. A mixture of happiness and sadness...
I'm also kind of looking for some assistance. Or more so, I'm looking to steal some voices for a project. I decided to enter #Coloring-MediumOCT because for the format I'm going with, it won't be time intensive so I can still work on CC and do regular art type things. Even better considering summer starts soon. The problem is, it requires some voice talent. The voices aren't supposed to be over the top of strongly characterized, actually I'm looking for a typical speaking voice. Or three of them. A comrade has already offered to do the one, but might as well list it anyway.
Arbitrary([link]: Neutral voice but not apathetic, somewhat inquisitive. Has a rambling quality to it.
The Creator: No gender preference; confident yet fairly 'average' or typical voice. Can get a little wordy.
The Narrator/Unreliable Narrator: No gender preference, can get wordy. Must be able to read chunks of paragraphs clearly.
Aside from that, let's move on to lists and such.
This week's list of cool people:
OCT's Auditioning For:
List of Annoying Things (part 1):
-People who complain about never getting comments. When they never comment on other peoples work.
-Trolls. Youre not really funny. Just kind of stupid. And its not nice to laugh at the stupid.
-Parody wolf comics where the entire point is to draw them looking as ugly as possible. Instead of poking fun at the dozens of clichés and tropes, they focus on bad drawing to reflect something or other. I dont know. Its a failure of parody.
-Animal comics. No seriously, folks just give up. Not worth it. Want to find some good animal comics? Look up an animal only OCT. Its the only place youll find consistent updates, coherent plots, and people motivated to actually produce content instead of concept art and the occasional page every year or two.
-Getting flak for saying that you like dubs over subs.
-Stigma against animal artists
-Animal artists who are contributing to the negative stigma.
-The current trend of I like taxidermy, stuffed animals made of real animals, and buying from fur farms and therefore I am cool and if you disagree then its because youre close minded. In so many words.
-People who mass-upload photos. Especially those that are nearly identical and/or of poor quality, uninteresting/unoriginal subject, probably belong solely on facebook, etc.
-The stories I have to readin my Fiction Technique class.
-Reviews that are completely negative. Good feedback tells the person what is working, and what isnt working. This way, they know what to keep and what not to keep.