Projects and other stuff
Yet another Supa Strikas episode. This time, I'm a "Brand Ambassador" (Brand Ambassador #2, to be specific).
In the episode, I'm chasing Shakes, trying to get him to see some very… targeted marketing.
I did a few characters in this one, including the first guy in the cleanup crew and a couple of fans.
If you see a "main" character in the clip, it's just for context.
I like to think of this appearance as the Milkshake Mascot as "short and sweet". 😁
Supa Strikas again. I got to be a snarky concierge in this episode, the first character for which I got to do multiple lines.
Watch as I get snarky about wake-up calls, room service, and… well… everything! BASK IN MY SNARK!!
NOTE: El Matador's dialogue is included for context.
This is my first appearance as a distinct character (as opposed to an "additional voice") in the Supa Strikas cartoon.
This is a fun little project by Yosepi98 Productions that I got to work on. I do the voices for both Batman and Alfred.
I could have done the voice for Joker, too, but no one asked me. Oh well, I guess you can't do all of the voices all of the time.
This is another find from McSweeney's that I couldn't resist playing with. Full disclosure, had to pitch drop my voice a step or so to get the full-on feeling of the Void talking. Enjoy!
Once more, McSweeney's has provided me with a reason to commit my mouth-sounds to digital space. I know it seems like I'm doing a lot of political stuff here, but what the heck. I figured I'd get in one more before the election. With that in mind, I would like to present a stump speech from an underrepresented candidate who, I think, is certainly no worse than anyone else running. Words by Matt Baca. Sounds by yours truly.
I stumbled across this piece on McSweeney's Internet Tendency. Produced with permission of the author, Kimberly Harrington. While it is a… somewhat political… work, I was so deeply moved by it that I couldn't not record it. Told from the perspective of a parent sending their children to school in a world where school may no longer be the safest place for a child to be. CONTENT WARNING: Contains references to school shootings.