more of my owners
My true goal in life… 24 / 7 / 365, eh.
Bookin’ spaces now. Groups welcome.
The Ferrari 156 of Ritchie Ginther (USA), Phil Hill (USA) and Wolfgang von Trips (GER) in the pits.
Formula One World Championship, Rd3, Belgian Grand Prix, Spa Francorchamps, Belgium, 18 June 1961.
Phil Hill’s (USA) Ferrari 156
Dutch GP, Zandvoort, 22 May 1961
Phil Hill (USA) Ferrari 156
French GP, Rheims, 2 July 1961
Famous for that snarky-lookin’ snout!
A sailor on shore leave sitting at a soda fountain with his girlfriend. Photograph by Peter Stackpole. San Diego, California, 1937.
Dude, chick’s keelin’ over, eh.
—- Tyrrell unveil the new 011 at their headquarters. The car made its debut at the British GP.
Tyrrell 011 Launch, Tyrrell Headquarters, Surrey England, c. July 1981. —
Blimp painting by David Egge for an article in Future Life magazine, December 1979.
Nice. A fine vision.
From captainfanatic, a nifty Renault 4 of the Sinpar stable. Skillfully operated by Claude Marreau and Bernard Marreau in the notorious Paris-Dakar, 1980 version.
One of David Seidman’s Dark Illustrations.
Script for custom audition
From the window’s glass I defined it, her eyelids never post for transcribing every detail.
I have insulted, destroyed, killed in process, and they them through the thick.
Every time invisible is a sedition of second.
Every click without papers is a treason of image.
Every image without save is a fraud frame afraid of fraught.
Every border displayed in deceit is betrayal.
And we request that tandem betrayal to go, with art decorative’s distortion every other.
Ki kotsutien bava minivrik.
I have come to the conclusion that the Cosmos does not want me to be a voice actor. Or anything. It must be due to my obvious total incompatibility with this planet and it’s profoundly sick culture. Yup. What now, you ask?
Once again, I have lost out for being late. Although there’s a day left. But there are no links. So, I assume the quota’s been reached. So I lose. Every time. Every time. I am simply not in the right dimension of time for this concept to work out. Consequently, I am giving up on Voice123.
Oh… I would like your opinion, dear reader of this post. Do you think this is any good? In regards to at least one these references…
• Character should sound: frail, somewhat weak, aging, tired, deep, breathy/raspy, wavering through depression, sadness, and failure.
• Varied between common speaking volume to softer whispers, common conversational speed to slowed speech.
• No time length limitations at all, feel free to speak at a slower pace with thoughtful pauses.
EXAMPLES OF TONE/STYLE/DELIVERY:
• https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=IO5Y6wlPn5k The tone, volume, and delivery of the voice (00:26-01:20).
• https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=qUHFRVxCtMI Specifically the segments where the voice sounds deep (00:53-01:12).
• https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=r4r9xXe3P6w I enjoy the near-whispered volume of this clip, also how the voice sounds deep with some bass to it.
• https://www.dailymotion.com/video/x2jrldn Specifically the segments where the voice sounds deep (01:10-01:26). But also please reference some of the near-whispered segments as well (01:50-02:00).
Please leave a comment either way.
Thanks in advance.
American and Ukrainian soldiers during joint training.
Warriors. Macabre ones.
Sharpless 2-308: Star Bubble
Blown by fast winds from a hot, massive star, this cosmic bubble is huge. Cataloged as Sharpless 2-308 it lies some 5,200 light-years away toward the constellation of the Big Dog (Canis Major) and covers slightly more of the sky than a Full Moon. That corresponds to a diameter of 60 light-years at its estimated distance. The massive star that created the bubble, a Wolf-Rayet star, is the bright one near the center of the nebula. Wolf-Rayet stars have over 20 times the mass of the Sun and are thought to be in a brief, pre-supernova phase of massive star evolution. Fast winds from this Wolf-Rayet star create the bubble-shaped nebula as they sweep up slower moving material from an earlier phase of evolution. The windblown nebula has an age of about 70,000 years. Relatively faint emission captured in the expansive image is dominated by the glow of ionized oxygen atoms mapped to a blue hue. SH2-308 is also known as The Dolphin Nebula.
The wonders of Nature…
David Seidman is a professional illustrator living in Philadelphia, PA. He has worked on licensed products including comics for properties such as Se7en and Charmed. David also specializes in book covers and has done promotional illustrations for bands like Coheed and Cambria. David’s artwork has also been selected numerous times for inclusion in Spectrum, Expose and d’artiste. Follow him on Facebook and Instagram.
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Spectacular imagery. I love works like these.