Anyway, this a rough flash pencil test for an eventual animated adaptation of Frog Raccoon Strawberry. Before you ask, yes I plan on making this a finished thing.
Once I get started on the comic dubs and if people like them, I hope to turn this into its own full fledged animated series. However, I’m still looking for a voice for the titular character. If you are or know any female VA’s who are interested in voicing the project, click here for info and deadlines.
Special thanks to faulerro for providing the vocals for the Frog Spirit.
I’m currently opening auditions for two characters for a comic dub that I’ve been trying to put together for a while. I’ve already casted most of the characters, I only need auditions for the remaining two. If you’re interested feel free to email me your auditions at: Malcolm.Thomas1991@Gmail.com or you can send them to me through skype at my username, Jackmunch.
Aubrey’s story: Aubriella is a 275 year-old sorceress who was exiled to a deserted island for practicing witchcraft back in the dark ages. Her kingdom also appointed her to guard their treasure, so she spent most of that time keeping travelers away from stealing it. This was going well, until she encountered a young Nathaniel Hawkingfisher in 1952 who was not afraid to confront her directly and use his charm to woo her into getting him the treasure. After that he made a promise that he would return for her…. he never did. As she waited, she began to lose her grip on reality and dove into a state of denial. So when she encounters Malco 60 years later, she thinks he is his grandfather, constantly calls him “Nathaniel” and follows him around everywhere he travels….whether he likes it or not.
Nathaniel Hawkingfisher - Malco’s grandfather and hero. In his prime, he was one of the greatest explorers in the 1940’s. However after having a small dispute with one of his team members , he was forced into retirement. As time went by, he fadded into obscurity and people became suspicious of his accomplishments to the point of labeling them as “Tall Tales” and “Crazy old bird” stories spiraling him into a bit of depressions. Fortunately, when his grandson Malco was born, he felt a breath of relief for he had now found somebody he could tell his stories to and inspire him to see the world for himself.