voice overs of Nick for an animated e-learning project

Job #40052

Job Posting Details

Job # 40052 voice overs of Nick for an animated e-learning project

Posted Date
Aug 3, 2011 @ 10:07
Respond By
Aug 19, 2011
Word Count
$100 - $250
English (North American)
Age Range

Job Description

We are working on a very large animation project which aims to deliver knowledge of math for young students. The idea is to create an animated small town wherein actors are places to explain concepts via sequences. The storyline revolves around characters in a school where all the teaching is done.

We have concept in place – There are 10 levels of learning experience and each level includes 12 classes. Each class consists of a tutorial and two activities. The math concepts are explained in a tutorial while activities are some cool and fun games through which a kid can learn better.

The storyboard is ready along with the sketched characters.

There are 9 characters, out of that 8 are kids and one is teacher.

Taking one class into consideration, total word count of a tutorial would be 1600 approximately (WORD COUNT FOR NICK – 300 approximately)

The target market is USA. Hence the characters need to speak North-American English.

This posting is casting for the voice of the character Nick (age 6-7 years old, male). Nick is the central character of the whole project which indirectly portrays the role of a user. He is a brave, hard-working and smart boy, who is always eager to help others. The role of Nick is present mostly in all classes. Please bid based on a single class of approximately 300 words.

This is a long-term project (10 levels X 12 classes) so please indicate long-term availability as part of your bid.

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