How do you pronounce it? "El E vay gar", "El eye vah grr". or what?
Closest I can get to explaining it would be "Ehl-E-Vah-GRR", with a hard G as in Gorn, and pronounced as one flowing word. Better yet, Eli as in "Elite", Va as in "vat" and GR as in this dog may bite--or "ground". Accents on the consonants. Rhymes with helicoptr.
The first ten people to reply to this thread forward, I will have your ship's names mentioned in the pilot of Starfinder. I will have the background comm in DS9 in the beginning edit in naming off your ships.
The only stipulation? It can't be a "silly" ship name like "Enterprize" or "Pwned" etc lol.
Is it too late for this? xD
Would my U.S.S. Trovane name do?
Considering Doctor Who is my first obsession? Done. You may appreciate episode 2 btw, a Captain "William Hartnell" named after the first actor to play the Doctor, starts a recurring guest star in a Wells class future Starfinder.
Actually, I've never watched Dr. Who (Past ep 1). Silurian is a reference to an old character that a friend of mine use to play that was named after the geological time period that they were studying in college =)
[Unrepentant] Lapo@overlapo: the problem with space STF
is that you can't properly teabag your defeated opponent
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Thanks for the comments, and yes, guest/small roles will always be popping up.
Send me an email at firstname.lastname@example.org and I will file you as a contact for "future role options" and when a role is needed, I will contact people and we can see who would fit for what roles etc.
Currently the series pilot is halfway done script wise and pre production wise, I have a series bible and a synopsis (more detailed than the public doc shows) that the cast and crew have access to.
The goal is to have season one ready to begin airing by christmas 2012, having blocks of 2-3 eps done ahead of airing and 10-12 eps total per 'season" in hour long formats.
Question... I'm interested in the idea of voicing a guest/small role, but I was wondering about the logistics of audio productions... Does someone need to live near your production studio in order to voice a part? And if not, how do you deal with audio quality with a "remote performance"?
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