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  • May 02, 2017Listed
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  • Bendy and the I...Franchise
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Jordanthe Cat11's Previously Completed Works

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About BATIM- Joey and Henry Auditions

Hello, everyone.  My name is JordantheCat11 and I'm a voice actress and video editor on YouTube.

I recently got myself hooked up with the indie game, Bendy and the Ink Machine, and would like to create some comic dubs for it on my channel.  I will be voicing Bendy while my friend, Patrick (aka: Mr. Betty Krueger) will be voicing Boris.
However, for this particular dub I wanna do, which is of doodledrawsthing's "Hell's Studio," I'll need one or two gentlemen to voice Joey Drew (the creator of Bendy) and Henry (a fellow animator).  Because this will be one of the first things I plan to dub on my channel, I would like it if you could please base your voices off of the images I'll be using from the comic itself.
Once you are cast, you will become my go-to voice actors for Joey and Henry for future BATIM dubs.  That being said, here are some ground rules that I'd like to lay down for this project and for my dubs in general:

1. Commit and communicate.  It's very important to me that you not only commit yourself to the role you've been given, but also stay in touch with me every now and then.  If for some reason you feel like you're unable to commit or no longer desire to be your given role before or after this project, PLEASE tell me personally and I will try to work my way around it.  I'm willing to make compromises if something goes wrong, trust me.
2. Have a clear microphone.  I will not accept any audio clips that have huge amounts of background noise, popping, or loud feedback.  See if you can try to edit those kinks out before you go to submit your auditions.  Otherwise, I might not even consider you for the role.
3. Drink plenty of water or tea.  Both liquids will help to strengthen your vocal chords and keep you hydrated during the recording process.  The last thing I want is for you guys to strain yourselves while your throats are dry or raw, so please do this to take care of yourselves.  Room temperature water is highly recommended.  Same goes for tea with some lemon and maybe honey.
4. Stay in character with lots of energy.  I always strive for delivering as much emotion and personality into my character voices as I possibly can, so that's what I'm looking for in your auditions.  I suggest doing vocal warm-ups, such as deep breathing or yawning exercises, to help you get into character and build up on energy.  But most importantly, and I can't stress this enough, DO NOT AUDITION WHILE YOU ARE SICK OR VERY TIRED.  It not only doesn't do good for the auditions themselves, but it doesn't do well for your health either.  So please, take care of your health before you take care of your auditions.
5. Deliver your lines to me on time.  This is the most important rule.  One of my biggest pet peeves when it comes to creating projects is having to wait long periods of time for people to send me their lines.  However, usually I'm very understanding and will allow extensions if other commitments come up and you need more time to record for the final cut.   This refers back to Rule #1, where I'll need you to communicate with me if that ever happens.  That being said, your lines must be handed in to me A MONTH after you've been casted.  If you can't or don't make the deadline, then I'll have no choice but to consider replacing you with an understudy.
6. You get ONE do-over per audition.  If your audition isn't what I'm looking for or I request a different kind of take from you, I will allow you the chance to redo the audition if desired.  However, this is the only time you get to do so.  No exceptions.
7. Have fun auditioning!  This indeed is meant for fun and that's what I'm hoping you guys will get out of it when doing your audition clips.

Oh, and also, if you guys need any of the comic pages as reference for your auditions, here are the links to them on doodledrawsthing's Tumblr:

If you have any questions or concerns, feel free to leave them here and I'll answer you as soon as I can.  Happy auditioning!  ^^

About the Creator: JordantheCat11

Hello.  My name is Jordan and I love to voice act for cartoons, comic dubs, fan dubs, etc.  I'm also an artist, actress, singer, and musician.

I recently graduated with a Bachelor's Degree in Illustration/Animation, working my way toward becoming an animator and creating my own cartoon show.

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