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Episode #2 - Elverson's Point

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PostPosted: Fri Sep 29, 2006 9:02 pm 

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The Sword of Windsor # 2 - Elverson's Point

http://www.darkerprojects.com/swordofwindsor.html

Written by Eric L. Busby
Based on the Falcon Banner novels by Christopher Patrick Lydon
Original music composed and performed by Kai Hartwig and Kevin MacLeod

Featuring the voice talents of:

Mark Bruzee as Captain Tobias Windsor
David Ault as Luther Emerson
Jim Barbour as Dross
Elie Hirschman as Rupert Sullivan
Arron Duran as Lok
Damaris Mannering as Sarah Graves
Dan Gorgone as Luke Balard
Diane Capen as Susan Baxter
Alex MacNicol as Kysan
Tom Davis as Inquisitor Darkel
and Chris Snyder as the Tech

The series was produced and directed by Mark Bruzee and Chris Snyder
Post-production by Chris Snyder
Special thanks to Christopher Patrick Lydon for making the series possible.
The executive producer for Darker Projects is Eric Busby


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PostPosted: Fri Sep 29, 2006 9:50 pm 
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Episode 2 is nicely done!

Mark Bruzee... that was a great laugh. Sounded real! :D

David Ault, as usual, is particularly amazing and always sounds natural.

Diane Capen is convincing with Susan's seduction and pillow talk. Scandalous! ;)

The scene where Dross contacts Inquisitor Darkel had some cool post-production (thumbs up Chris). The music itself, even though it was muffled (nice effect) sounded like a good tune. I was digging the part after Lok leaves.

And thumbs up to Jim Barbour... his voice is very dark and sharp. Good, natural laugh too. Dross's first appearance at the end of Episode 1 was striking.

"What's this I heard about you in a bar with blue dancing girls while I was away?" lol

Very convincing and exciting large-scale battle scenes you guys had going on there. Nice.

Cool 'eye of the storm' concept.

Overall, great job to everyone part of the cast/crew, which is no surprise to me.

:D


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alexanderdavis wrote:
David Ault, as usual, is particularly amazing and always sounds natural.


Agreement. He's got such a wonderful dry delivery. There are some times when I'm writing I hear his voice as my monologue.

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Diane Capen is convincing with Susan's seduction and pillow talk. Scandalous! ;)


I was having a few mental giggles, imagining how they did all the suck faces sfx :lol: Hello inner elbow!

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The scene where Dross contacts Inquisitor Darkel had some cool post-production (thumbs up Chris).


As a baby producer myself, I was marvelling at that too. It sounded awesome. I too liked the song underneath.

In fact, I like all the music that goes with the productions. It's fantastic.


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PostPosted: Sun Oct 01, 2006 5:35 am 
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It's so kewl to hear an episode after performing a character and then trusting those words to the ether.

Alex - nice words thank you.

Amanda - As a baby producer myself, I concure.

Eric - DON"T STOP WRITING PLEASE!!!!!!!!!!!!!!

More soon.
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Simply awesome, all around! :)


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its an awesome addition to the growing Falcon Banner Universe Legacy


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Very nice guys! Of course now you've got me salivating for the next release, I guess that's the point. I had to fight through my network at work to get it, it's been going up and down all day!



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I for one am very glad everyone seems to be enjoying the story. And of course a big thanks for CPL for letting me set this tale up in the Falcon Banner universe. And Chris Snyder for doing the post work.


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