Voice Models for Final Fantasy

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Who do you see as good choices regarding FF games, movies etc..? Do you think you or someone you know (a common person) could pull it off? Do you think voice acting is difficult? What challenges would they face?
 
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I think if you have done some kind of acting- with experience on the stage,screen, or voice acting, you could maybe pull it off somehow. I would say most voice actors do other acting and are quite professional - I am not sure if the average person could do it though ?
 

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Being into the field of mass communication for years, I got into several acting activities and I can tell you that from participating in such things as acting, you tend to get better by the day. So personally, I wouldn't find voice acting to being a difficult task because I have been at it for a while now, so it's not really a big deal for me.
 
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I think some of the voice actors like sho hayami who have given voice in the bleach. And also romi park who has given voice to toushiro. I guess these are some of the voice characters worth to be in the future of the FF. I guess because there seems to be a lot of TV value for those voice actors.
 

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I think some of the voice actors like sho hayami who have given voice in the bleach. And also romi park who has given voice to toushiro. I guess these are some of the voice characters worth to be in the future of the FF. I guess because there seems to be a lot of TV value for those voice actors.
sho hayami and romi park are two wonderful voice characters in Final Fantasy game and u definitely recommend their continued involvement in making of all upcoming Final Fantasy new releases because they are very good at what they do. Such individuals are worth keeping for a long time.
 
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Being into the field of mass communication for years, I got into several acting activities and I can tell you that from participating in such things as acting, you tend to get better by the day. So personally, I wouldn't find voice acting to being a difficult task because I have been at it for a while now, so it's not really a big deal for me.
You are right by saying that it is all about taking out time to practice about it. The thing with voice acting is that you get to keep acting till you get better at what you do. I wouldn't say that it is really bad for a beginner to have some nervous moments as well.
 

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You are right by saying that it is all about taking out time to practice about it. The thing with voice acting is that you get to keep acting till you get better at what you do. I wouldn't say that it is really bad for a beginner to have some nervous moments as well.
No one ever gets it perfect on the first trail, the person would definitely be nervous if not for anything, considering it's his or her first time on the task. It's definitely bound to take such person off some line with tone and synchronization until the individual gets better at the job.
 

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Being into the field of mass communication for years, I got into several acting activities and I can tell you that from participating in such things as acting, you tend to get better by the day. So personally, I wouldn't find voice acting to being a difficult task because I have been at it for a while now, so it's not really a big deal for me.
Wow, that's nice being into the field of acting for a while, maxing experience with the job is definitely going to make you an expert in the field. Practice they said makes perfection, so having to practice over and over again would definitely make it easier for you to voice act without feel any pressure.
 

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You are right by saying that it is all about taking out time to practice about it. The thing with voice acting is that you get to keep acting till you get better at what you do. I wouldn't say that it is really bad for a beginner to have some nervous moments as well.
I completely agree with you on this, if one takes out time to practice definitely the individual would find voice acting to be very easy unlike stage acting. Although it's true about having jitters at one's first trail.
 
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I completely agree with you on this, if one takes out time to practice definitely the individual would find voice acting to be very easy unlike stage acting. Although it's true about having jitters at one's first trail.
Not many will see the need to practice for they will feel discouraged at first when they try, but I see the need for us to always take out time to practice voice acting for that is the way that I get to learn more about what we do on screen for I have the aim to start acting as well in no distant time.
 

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Wow, that's nice being into the field of acting for a while, maxing experience with the job is definitely going to make you an expert in the field. Practice they said makes perfection, so having to practice over and over again would definitely make it easier for you to voice act without feel any pressure.
Do you know the funny thing about my being the field of acting is that I never wanted to read the course mass communication but fate led me to studying it and I'm so proud to have read the course because it has opened my eyes to lots of things ordinarily I wouldn't have come across.
 

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I completely agree with you on this, if one takes out time to practice definitely the individual would find voice acting to be very easy unlike stage acting. Although it's true about having jitters at one's first trail.
I completely agree with you on this, practicing on something makes one very good at even if it's just one hour practice on daily basis, before you know what's happening, it would be like having all the answers to everything at the back of your palms.
 

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Not many will see the need to practice for they will feel discouraged at first when they try, but I see the need for us to always take out time to practice voice acting for that is the way that I get to learn more about what we do on screen for I have the aim to start acting as well in no distant time.
Good luck with your plans to joining acting in no distant time. Just take this tip from me and never get discouraged by looking at those who are already successful in the field. It took them years to get to where they are at now, so just take things step by step and you would definitely get to where they are and can even surpass them with lots of hard work and dedication.
 

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Do you know the funny thing about my being the field of acting is that I never wanted to read the course mass communication but fate led me to studying it and I'm so proud to have read the course because it has opened my eyes to lots of things ordinarily I wouldn't have come across.
Wow, that's just how fate works for people. You would probably be wasting your time chasing shadows when what was already meant and designed for you is just a stone throw away from you. I'm glad that you finally at the long run later fall in love with your profession.
 

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I completely agree with you on this, practicing on something makes one very good at even if it's just one hour practice on daily basis, before you know what's happening, it would be like having all the answers to everything at the back of your palms.
The great and successful people that we know and hear of today did not just magically pop up straight to the spot that they found themselves in today. They chipped in lots of effort, patience, determination, dedication and practice before they achieved their success.
 

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Wow, that's just how fate works for people. You would probably be wasting your time chasing shadows when what was already meant and designed for you is just a stone throw away from you. I'm glad that you finally at the long run later fall in love with your profession.
Thanks mate for the nice words, although I must confess that at first adjusting to reading another course from what I have already set my mind to study in the university wasn't an easy task but with time everything started to work out well and I'm glad for it today.
 

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The great and successful people that we know and hear of today did not just magically pop up straight to the spot that they found themselves in today. They chipped in lots of effort, patience, determination, dedication and practice before they achieved their success.
You said this perfectly well. Being successful requires a lot of effort and patience because I have come to realize in this life that nothing good comes easy. You must work hard and sweat for the success to come, and once it does come, you will be very happy with yourself.
 

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Thanks mate for the nice words, although I must confess that at first adjusting to reading another course from what I have already set my mind to study in the university wasn't an easy task but with time everything started to work out well and I'm glad for it today.
It's just the way life works, whenever one is faced with a big challenge that such individual is forced to change his initial plans and approach to his or her intended objectives, it's always hard to find balance in the beginning but if such person is determined to succeed, definitely he would.
 

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You said this perfectly well. Being successful requires a lot of effort and patience because I have come to realize in this life that nothing good comes easy. You must work hard and sweat for the success to come, and once it does come, you will be very happy with yourself.
I have already set my life goals looking up at those principles that you listed above because they are the foundation of every successful fellow in the world today. Hopefully, I wouldn't get discouraged in life to quit because quitters are losers.
 

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It's just the way life works, whenever one is faced with a big challenge that such individual is forced to change his initial plans and approach to his or her intended objectives, it's always hard to find balance in the beginning but if such person is determined to succeed, definitely he would.
The beginning of anything in this life is always the most difficult part but once you have started, flowing with it is going to more easier as the day progress with you still being in it. This is exactly what happened to me and with time, I was able to find my feet and everything settled in perfectly.
 
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