We’ve had a serious debate behind the scenes and this post is to bring things up to speed and hopefully answer some questions you may have.
Why has the project sludged into silence?
To be honest, our biggest problem with producing Angelus is time. Most people scoff at university students and say ‘they have all the time in the world’. No, this is not true. We’re invested in our studies and both Mitch and myself do writing courses. I’m sure you can believe that writing novels, film scripts and producing films takes a lot of work. There is never a moment when we shouldn’t be working, which severely limits our free time. If we aren’t breathing words, we’re doing something wrong. I feel like I put ink in my tea instead of milk nowadays. I’m sure many of you guys can appreciate having a constant heavy work load.
The second biggest problem is Angelus itself. It’s a great story but is constantly being rewritten, even more so now that Mitch has made it her uni dissertation. With each improvement made Mitch is, understandably, more and more reluctant to produce it as an audio book.
So what’s going to happen?
Mitch is going to close the project. Great acting has come from each and every one of you. We are sincerely grateful that you stuck with us and have given it your best. May you go on to do more voice acting projects and hopefully feel proud of the skill you’ve displayed throughout Angelus. Sorry those of you who never got to make an appearance, we feel worse for you guys. Please forgive us.
Chapter 4: the final upload
Once we have the rest of Kristian’s lines for Chapter 4 it will be mixed, rendered and uploaded. After this, there won’t be any more scripts flying out to the cast.
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