The staggering number of auditions we have received this month is simply astounding. We’ve also gotten some people who can do wonders with the audio, and I suppose the only word I can use right now is grateful. I still can hardly believe that this has happened; when I came up with this idea on the spur of the moment and decided to pitch it to Waffles, I never thought that it would turn into something this big. and I just want to give you all a very, very big thank you. And maybe a hug.
I really did not expect that we’d get this much attention, and I’d like to shoot a bit of gratitude to Waffleguppies, again, for giving us permission to turn her fantasmical story into something more, and to my co-producer Artoveli for being such a very big help. We’ve still got a lot more work ahead of us, but I’m confident that it’ll be easier now, especially with a full team on our side by the mid-February.
I apolgoise to anyone who didn’t have time to get their auditions in, however, if you really, really need to, shoot me an e-mail (email@example.com) with the file within the next two days. Tumblr submissions will no longer be accepted, unless they were put up before the deadline. And if you already recorded your audition and didn’t send it in or think I didn’t see it, please contact us, especially if it’s the latter issue. Don’t think you’re being a bother; I overlook things often. If it’s the former that’s your problem, quick, get it in! :D
You may still contact me for music, soundtrack, audio editing, post-production, etc., but anything to do with the voice acting itself is pretty much off-limits.
Files will be sorted and roles will be cast accordingly in the following ten days. Parts will be announced on February 10th. Good luck to everyone who tried out, and try not to think about it because you’ll be hearing no news until then.