Feb 1st 2011 7:06PM FrozenDeathknight is the voice of Lorc (The opening voice). He does a lot of work for several machinimators. Not all of the English voice actors are native English speakers. Several of them played both the English and the German characters.
That aside. If you would like to watch the the first chapter of VoC you can catch the subtitled version by visiting the following links:
Part 1: http://vimeo.com/1211281
Part 2: http://www.vimeo.com/1219499
Certainly, take the time to catch up on the story before you watch the second Chapter on Feb, 11th.
This was an amazing project to be apart of and I think all of us involved in the Cast and Crew hope that you enjoy it.
Jun 24th 2010 11:23PM Thanks to everyone who's watched, who's helped, and to WoW.com for featuring this. It really means a lot to me and my guild.
I'll try to work with the audio in the future. The cut scenes (minus Tibola's of course) are random topics caught from vent during our 25man raids. They aren't simulations or staged. They are just... us... heh.
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The Mooing Druid
May 12th 2010 12:05AM I would love to have this book!
Jan 12th 2010 9:27PM This was something that I started to think about after having watched it several times over and over once it was uploaded and all completed.
While the singer and the main Female are actually 2 separate entities. What I was striving for was the singer Bloodelf to be a sorta inward persona of the female, since the story is told from her perspective and her memory. It's like that darker or regretful inward half of yourself. The interior part of you that mourns a loss (the singer) while the outter you has to be brave and strong (the lead female)..... Did that make sense? Or did I just ramble on more confusion. :x
Jan 12th 2010 1:49PM I appreciate both the negative and positive feedback.
To answer your question Dkhar as to what the story tells: The wife of a general confronts him, believing he's been unfaithful. As he denies it all, the enemy arrives. He offers his life in place of hers. She then must return to her husbands army and tell them what occured. That he gave his life to save hers. Because of this she now believes that he was not unfaithful and so she offers her fate as atonment to his men. However, since he would give his life to save hers they believe that the General saw her fit enough to lead them and honor her as their new General. She now must lead them against the enemy. I hope that helps you a little.
To answer the costume changing... I'm not sure I understood this comment. The singer character's outfit was changed to match the setting. The male BE only changed costume during the flash back scenes to represent the past. The female main BE changed outfits only in the past scenes. I set these sequences up by bluring and color toning.
As as for the upload aspect. My bad, I guess. I'd be happy for you to explain to me what settings to render it out, save it, and upload it as.