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    Need a few lines(male) for graduation piece


    Hi all,

    I'm working on my graduation piece(animation) and I need a few lines of dialogue recorded. If anyone could help me with this it would be much appreciated. The lines are as follows:

    character 1(older man, with an eastern European accent. Talking with a slightly raised voice, because he's addressing a small crowd):
    - "This is the son of Dr. Van Helsing. He's come to help us."

    character2(young man, in his 20s or 30s, no accent(or maybe a German or British one), also with a slightly raised voice):
    - "You must understand that I'm a scientist, not a warrior."
    - "I can help you by developing new, specialized weapons."
    - "I'll need specimens to experiment on."

    If anyone wants to take these up it would really help me out.

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    If you are stuck i am willing to have a go at them.
    any further info re characters or insights to the task?
    deadline?

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    Hey, thanks for your reply.

    What sort of further info did you have in mind? Character 1 is a sort of leader figure, maybe a mayor or something similar. From a poor remote village, not really high society. Maybe a bit gruff, cause life is tough. Character 2, on the other hand, comes from the city, he's educated and fairly wealthy, but not arrogant. Well-mannered.

    Does that help at all?

    The deadline for the project itself is around the 11th of June, but I'd like to have something to work with sooner than that, preferably some time this week. I've recorded the lines myself for now, but that will only get me so far in terms of timing and lip-synching, so the sooner I have something, the better, really.

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    see private messages

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    OK, cappyd has sent me his recordings(thanks again!). He pointed out I might want to re-request these samples, just so I have options, and I agree. Also, if both characters aren't voiced by the same person that's probably better.

    So if anyone else would like to have a shot at these lines, I'd be much obliged.

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