Next idea for a vid:
Supernatural, boys on the road, items of faith, and Billy Idol's "Plastic Jesus."
But before I go vidding I need to figure out how to record stuff on this computer, and unpack. >.>ETA:
HaHAH, I have figured out Audacity! Zombie Radio auditions, here I come!
I know most of the people on my f-list who are involved with Milliways will have already heard about Zombie Radio, but some of you, gasp, are not involved with Milliways yet might have an interest. (raininglight7
, I'm looking at you, radio-boi.)
The Zombie Radio Project
is a radio play/podcast produced by wickedtrue
. From the FAQ:
The Zombie Radio Project is an original radio drama based on the premise that a zombie apocalypse has happened, and now those not necessarily prepared for survival must do exactly that. This is a drama and character study, not a zombie hunter adventure.
There are 3 acts in the play, each one expanding focus from surviving in the domestic United States to the ramifications of total world government collapse. This is an international and multi-ethnic project with 40 different characters from around the world. There are Cold War vs. New Globalization politics, spy networks, international conspiracies, and the new question in our society ‘what do you do without the internet?’.
Massively cool from an acting, writing, and technical point of view, amirite? I've had the pleasure of seeing some of the script and concept develop, and seriously -- this is gonna be good.
Involvement isn't limited to voice acting, either! There are opportunities for sound designers, graphic designers, composers, publicists, and writers. Surf through the website; it won't take you too long, and it'll give you a much better idea of what's going on than my ramblings.One of these days, I'll come to terms with the fact that being fascinated by zombies may actually be a decent method of coping with an utter terror of them, rather than just another example of my brain hating me. I probably still won't see 28 Days Later when that day comes, though.ETA2:
Further haHAH! I am unpacked and my room is clean and much more pleasant to be in. Opening the shades helped too. Funny how that works, huh? >.>