Discussion in 'Community' started by Sith-Lord-Gunray, Mar 12, 2010.
I said I can do an australian accent, I wasn't doing that in the pirate video.
Do you take requests? I would appreciate the "Australian" accent in a future cinematic masterpiece. For nostalgia's sake, I would particularly enjoy your reenactment of selected scenes from Crocodile Dundee as performed in your yard.
I actually do have an "australian" character that I could do. Maybe that will be the video for this Friday.
Does it sound Australian, or like an Englishman with a stroke?
Because 99% of attempts at Australian accents sound like the latter.
No idea. But I'll try working on it the next few days. I'll give you his name: Bravada, the Explorer.
Bravada? Yes, that is rather Pacific Rim in nature...
He kinda is a ripoff of the crocodile hunter. Only more survival and random
Okay, so I got it done. Sorry it wasn't up yesterday, but we have some car issues so I was focused on that yesterday, so I made this today. It's not the original idea I wanted to do because I didn't have the prop I needed, but I said I would do this so I went with the second idea in this case.
So here you go. BRAVADA The Explorer! Episode 1: The Angry Bird
If you'd eat a salad every so often you might have an easier time trekking through the outback. We have found the maximus bellyominous.
Ha. Actually I have lost some weight by laying off the sweets. I need to do better more. I am exercising more often, but yeah eating the salads is something I do really need to do more often.
If anyone can think of a better place to post this, let me know
cocaine is one hell of a drug.
After reviewing the evidence, you cannot.
Exactly, not in that video. Have you seen the Bravada?
That was the evidence to which I was referring.
Okay then. Fair enough.
Maybe put that one back in the workshop. I dunno.
I haven't made a second video due to the cold. But I'll get over it.
I mean the voice. Maybe do a little more research than a few episodes of the crocodile hunter before you claim to have a certain skill that you clearly do not. Obviously you're not a professional or anything, but you know that's what any sort of normal person who does anything--and wants to do it slightly well--typically does, right? Research, I mean--if they want to get better at it, I mean.
I'm not trying to insult you when I say you don't have a good Australian accent--I'm just stating a fact. It's not something you should "get over", if you really care about having a genuine skill at manipulating your voice(you seem to think it comes naturally to you or something, but this sort of thing takes work).
Arlol, listen to how Russell Crowe speaks. Broad Australian accent;