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    63 KB StephanosRex 01/10/12(Tue)01:19 No.17485327  
    Hey guys. I've finished the first video to go with /tg/ related stories. Here y'go.

    >> Anonymous 01/10/12(Tue)01:22 No.17485344
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    >> Anonymous 01/10/12(Tue)01:26 No.17485383
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    That was certainly better than I expected it to be
    >> Anonymous 01/10/12(Tue)01:26 No.17485386
    >> Anonymous 01/10/12(Tue)01:26 No.17485395
    I don't even play 40k and I subscribed to you.
    >> Anonymous 01/10/12(Tue)01:29 No.17485430

    Hey, whatever happened to the Old Man Henderson story you were doing?
    >> StephanosRex 01/10/12(Tue)01:29 No.17485434
    I don't either lol
    >> Anonymous 01/10/12(Tue)01:30 No.17485436
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    You read well. Definately approve.
    >> Anonymous 01/10/12(Tue)01:30 No.17485437
    Okay, that was great. Seven internets for you.
    >> Anonymous 01/10/12(Tue)01:31 No.17485441
    It was the background voices that did it for me. Brilliant.
    >> Anonymous 01/10/12(Tue)01:32 No.17485463

    That's how it starts...

    But yeah, not a bad video OP.
    >> StephanosRex 01/10/12(Tue)01:33 No.17485469
    I've sorta got it on the back burner. It's going to be the Great Motherfucker of the series I've got going since it's so long and so much shit happens.

    >> StephanosRex 01/10/12(Tue)01:36 No.17485497
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    Gonna run down to the shops. Will be back.
    >> Anonymous 01/10/12(Tue)01:39 No.17485534
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    >I'm the new Commisar!

    I have no idea why, but I broke up in laughter at that line.
    >> Anonymous 01/10/12(Tue)01:39 No.17485537
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    You are funny man. You are welcome in Tzarina's Ice Palace.
    >> Aibaleet 01/10/12(Tue)01:41 No.17485557
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    >mfw i realize that Stephanos sounds like the Engineer
    >mfw i can't unimagine this
    >> Anonymous 01/10/12(Tue)01:48 No.17485645
    He sounds more like Solid Snake to me.
    >> StephanosRex 01/10/12(Tue)02:25 No.17485967
    Surprisingly I don't do that good of an Engie when I try mimicking it. I think I do an alright Soldier though.

    Did this have something to do with that?
    >> Anonymous 01/10/12(Tue)02:34 No.17486032
    >> Anonymous 01/10/12(Tue)02:41 No.17486082
    Me again, >>17485645.
    I had not seen that video of yours before I made that comment, but that only further solidifies my point, you sounds like solid snake.
    You have a beautiful man voice. :3
    >> StephanosRex 01/10/12(Tue)02:43 No.17486099
    Thanks yo
    >> Anonymous 01/10/12(Tue)02:45 No.17486109
    Surprisingly Texan traitor narrator?

    Very nice, video and all.
    >> Anonymous 01/10/12(Tue)02:49 No.17486151

    "Mmm, you look tasty"

    You fucking bastard I love you.
    >> StephanosRex 01/10/12(Tue)02:53 No.17486182
    Being from Texas, whenever think military I automatically think southerner.
    >> Aibaleet 01/10/12(Tue)06:41 No.17488267
    >wake up and this isn't at the top of /tg/

    holy shit bump
    >> StephanosRex 01/10/12(Tue)07:11 No.17488405
    Lols, It'll get around, don't worry.
    >> Anonymous 01/10/12(Tue)07:19 No.17488456
    Stephanos! Can you do me a big favor!

    Can you say in cheesy, 90's style action hero voice:

    "...I'm a Khornate motherfucker..."

    It's for a BC game.
    >> Anonymous 01/10/12(Tue)07:21 No.17488463

    Sup man, I live in Corpus Christi. Good to know I'm not the only one in this state who surfs /tg/.
    >> CacameAweminade !!+cMw79n6iy0 01/10/12(Tue)07:25 No.17488489
    Could you do in Vaders voice:

    "Fool. You are NOT from compton."

    >> Anonymous 01/10/12(Tue)07:33 No.17488534
    Is that a pinsir in the OP?
    >> Anonymous 01/10/12(Tue)07:40 No.17488580
    Stephanos I have a request, but it will be kinda long. So go with these two requests first please:

    Could you narrate the opening narration of this trailer: http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=1azn7bMKdvg

    I just really want to hear it in your voice...that sounded weird but whatever.
    >> StephanosRex 01/10/12(Tue)07:45 No.17488620
    Is there a comma in there, as in, "I'm a Khornate, Motherfucker..." as if he is calling the listener a motherfucker? Or is he referring to himself as a Khornate motherfucker?

    >> StephanosRex 01/10/12(Tue)07:46 No.17488631
    A red one that desires blood. For the Blood God.
    >> Anonymous 01/10/12(Tue)07:48 No.17488642
    so we need to give arceus the blood plate?
    >> StephanosRex 01/10/12(Tue)07:48 No.17488649
    I'll record this one after a bit. Don't expect a fake British accent out of me, that usually doesn't go so well.
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    >> Anonymous 01/10/12(Tue)07:50 No.17488661
    I wasn't. Wanted to hear it in whatever way you wanted to say it. Fake british accent would have killed the mood anyhow.
    >> Anonymous 01/10/12(Tue)07:51 No.17488677
    He is refering to himself as a Khornate motherfucker yes. Sorry for the confusion.
    >> Anonymous 01/10/12(Tue)07:55 No.17488696
    I was in Dallas before I moved to Australia.
    >> Anonymous 01/10/12(Tue)07:56 No.17488703
    The Old Man Henderson narrations listed:
    Part 1:http://tindeck.com/listen/brfj
    Part 2: http://tindeck.com/listen/ielx
    Yatch Heist:http://tindeck.com/listen/ppvm

    Listen and enjoy!
    >> StephanosRex 01/10/12(Tue)07:57 No.17488713
    Forgot mah name
    >> Anonymous 01/10/12(Tue)08:05 No.17488766
    Bump because I eagerly await further voice acting.
    >> Anonymous 01/10/12(Tue)08:09 No.17488784
    Didn't really do it for me, but it is nice to see /tg/ get shit done.
    >> StephanosRex 01/10/12(Tue)08:14 No.17488814
    >> Anonymous 01/10/12(Tue)08:17 No.17488827
    I can't, it's, just. Words cannot express the levels awesome I am feeling. Thanks Stephanos, your the best. Around! Nothin's gonna ever keep you down!
    >> StephanosRex 01/10/12(Tue)08:19 No.17488840
    No prob
    >> Anonymous 01/10/12(Tue)08:21 No.17488851
    great voice, awful narration and pacing.
    >> StephanosRex 01/10/12(Tue)08:23 No.17488861
    Yeah I'm redoing all of them when I make the videos to go with them.
    >> Anonymous 01/10/12(Tue)08:24 No.17488869
    good man. Its a classic
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    Aww yeah. Give me a fuckin' high five right now.
    >> StephanosRex 01/10/12(Tue)08:29 No.17488892
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    >> Anonymous 01/10/12(Tue)08:37 No.17488924
    Hey Stephanos, I got a request, but are you to bombarded right now to do one? That resistance narration seems like it's going to take a while.
    >> StephanosRex 01/10/12(Tue)08:39 No.17488931
    I'm working out a decent radio filter for it at the moment
    >> Anonymous 01/10/12(Tue)08:47 No.17488955

    >listened to this
    >teared up like a 5 year old girl
    bravo good sir, bravo
    >> Anonymous 01/10/12(Tue)08:48 No.17488962
    Yeah, your soldier is decent, but I can hear you falter a few times _especially_ at:
    >but they have tremendous potential, that's why I picked them.
    >> StephanosRex 01/10/12(Tue)08:48 No.17488963
    Wait till you see the design the wife's got for Lu.
    >> StephanosRex 01/10/12(Tue)08:51 No.17488974
    Yeah, I know it's not perfect. It's for a flash game that I'm voicing ~9ish? male characters in. It was getting too samevoicey so when I had to voice a military general I just did the best Soldier rip I could. I THINK it makes it sound different enough from my other stuff. It's getting mangled with compression anyway, lol
    >> StephanosRex 01/10/12(Tue)08:54 No.17488987
    I forgot to mention, I couldn't fucking tell what the guy's name was in the original trailer, so I substituted mine.
    >> Anonymous 01/10/12(Tue)08:58 No.17488999
    Ok Stephanos I got one for you.

    A reference for the voices: http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=tOuu4Rp8hp4&feature=plcp&context=C35865fbUDOEgsToPDskL91ypAUj

    narrator (Sauron):
    The field is lost
    Everything is lost
    The black one has fallen from the sky and the towers in ruins lie
    The enemy is within, everywhere
    And with him the light, soon they will be here
    Go now, my lord, while there is time
    There are places below
    And you know them too
    I release thee, go
    My servant you'll be for all time
    As you command
    My king
    I had a part in everything
    Twice I destroyed the light and twice I failed
    I left ruin behind me when I returned
    But I also carried ruin with me
    She, the mistress of her own lust

    Half of me wants to just hear this in your voice, the other half of me wants to see how you can do two voices back to back.
    >> Anonymous 01/10/12(Tue)08:58 No.17489001
    shit man you scary!
    >> Anonymous 01/10/12(Tue)09:00 No.17489013
    I thought it was fucking awesome when I heard your name. It also sounds like the man is just...tired. He knows nothing he does will effect anything at all now. That fighting back against the enemy is hopeless. He's been fighting for days...weeks on end with little to no sleep. And he has no one to talk to except a single radio. There he voices his final thoughts, and hopes that someone on the other side is listening.

    That's what I got out of it anyways.
    >> StephanosRex 01/10/12(Tue)09:03 No.17489027
    Sweet, that means I did my job :D
    Bear with me
    >> Anonymous 01/10/12(Tue)09:07 No.17489043
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    >Bear with me
    Why my good man I'd be delighted to be with you at this moment.
    >> StephanosRex 01/10/12(Tue)09:11 No.17489065
    I chuckled.
    Well, I tried. I feel I may have failed to get behind the characters. I wasn't trying to copy the voices (too old for me), but mainly the idea that I took away was a fearful, seemingly loving servant, and a regretful, weary man.

    >> Anonymous 01/10/12(Tue)09:15 No.17489082
    The characters are Sauron and Morgoth. The scene is taking place when finally the good guys have gathered up all their strength for one final assault. "The black one" is the largest flying dragon Morgoth had. It was slain above the sky and it fell down on Morgoth's battlements. You can only imagine what that did for morale.

    Anyways, how bout we do some actual /tg/ stories now. I'll look for a good one.
    >> Anonymous 01/10/12(Tue)09:19 No.17489099
    The OP of this thread would make for a wonderful narration.
    >> StephanosRex 01/10/12(Tue)09:21 No.17489108
    Ah. I might re-record it sometime knowing that, then.

    As far as /tg/-related stories, I have a backlog to do. I've decided to be a Jew with those until I actually release the video to go with them though. More impact and all. I've got Lu, Derp-Fu, OMH (I dread this), a depressing fucking story about a Necromancer, and some other stuff.
    >> StephanosRex 01/10/12(Tue)09:24 No.17489126
    Haaa, I've added that one to the pile
    >> Anonymous 01/10/12(Tue)09:32 No.17489157
    Hey it's the Khornate Motherfucker dude, I'm wondering if you could add on to the original piece. It feels...incomplete. I was thinking, "I'm a Khornate motherfucker not some Slaaneshi pansy ass now tell me what I need to kill!" That sound alright with you? I'm hesitant to ask you to revise it since it's kinda a waste of your time.
    >> S.T.A.L.K.E.R. 01/10/12(Tue)09:34 No.17489162
    >You can almost hear the sound of flesh tearing and bone snapping
    >The commissar is torn in half already
    ...Huh. Anyway very nice. Would be interesting to see addition to this.
    >> Anonymous 01/10/12(Tue)09:37 No.17489181
    Stephanos, do you have stories about Ozzmarr? If no, you should do them, even if I consider your voice more sci-fi-y/modern
    >> StephanosRex 01/10/12(Tue)09:42 No.17489208
    I woulda felt bad for piling on more stuff for the wife to draw and just let her have at it, pretty much. She put in at least 10x as much time as I did making this.
    I know not this Ozzmarr of which you speak
    >> Anonymous 01/10/12(Tue)09:44 No.17489218
    >candy-ass Slaaneshi
    Stephanos = Bro-Tier
    >> StephanosRex 01/10/12(Tue)09:45 No.17489221
    It flowed better that way, lol
    >> Anonymous 01/10/12(Tue)09:45 No.17489222
    reg. Ozzmar (sorry for the extra r in the first post)

    Basically look at this post http://suptg.thisisnotatrueending.com/archive/17482364/#17484667
    and then use the links. I think it's the easiest way to catch up on the story.
    >> StephanosRex 01/10/12(Tue)09:46 No.17489228
    That's a lot of stuff. Added to the pile.
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    Well that started my day off the right way.

    Thanks dude.
    >> StephanosRex 01/10/12(Tue)09:47 No.17489237
    That's what I'm here for
    >> Anonymous 01/10/12(Tue)09:47 No.17489238
    Stephanos, what's your opinion of the Silmarillion?
    >> Anonymous 01/10/12(Tue)09:48 No.17489245
    I really like you. Seriously. You're a bro.
    >> StephanosRex 01/10/12(Tue)09:49 No.17489249
    Like the rest of Tolkien's works, I tried and failed to read it back when I was sleeping my way through highschool. I had problems keeping up with shit wordier than comic strips back then. I've been a failure of a reader since.
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    >> JSCervini !!L+hOixyXrvo 01/10/12(Tue)09:51 No.17489270
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    Wow, I'm late to the party. And though I know you got a lot more to do already, but I'll make a request for the hell of it. The opening section of the Shattered Sun wiki on 1d4chan: http://1d4chan.org/wiki/Shattered_Sun
    >> JSCervini !!L+hOixyXrvo 01/10/12(Tue)09:53 No.17489281
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    >And for those who don't want to click the link...

    The Sun is broken.

    Many ages ago, the Sun has sustained life and prosperity on our world. Everything that happened in the world went by the clockwork motion of the Sun across the sky, never ending in its motion and the benefits which the world reaped from it. People in particular became comfortable with the world, mastered in the existence of the Sun and all of the gifts granted by its Light.

    In due time though, the Sun would become much less constant, much less perpetual than people had come to understand it as. Starting with a surreal crack and ending with the most terrifying roar one could imagine, the Sun violently unraveled in the eyes of the people. Emerging from the explosion was the most brilliant creature ever gazed upon - the mighty Phoenix of countless legends. It awakened from what happened to be its egg, our Sun, sprawling forth its flaming wings with an indescribable splendor.

    But that magnificence would soon turn into despair as the Phoenix did not herald the rebirth of the world as in the tales of the people.

    Instead, the Phoenix had abandoned it.

    The shimmering Light faded soon after the Phoenix's departure beyond the sight of the people. In the blast's wake approached a cloud of golden daggers, thrown to the discarded world as an assassin would do to a victim without remorse. As the Shards struck the world beneath the former Sun, the worst calamity in the history of the world came to pass. Entire civilizations burned to mere ash. The environment was irreversibly ravaged by the fires. The world's climate mutated dramatically in an instant. Everything the people under the Cerulean Heavens once knew vanished in a torrent of flame and destruction.

    >cont'd next post
    >> JSCervini !!L+hOixyXrvo 01/10/12(Tue)09:54 No.17489293
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    In due time, the fires died to a smolder. The world was set not in the burning light of a crimson inferno, but in a speckled sky of lavender as the Shards which didn't strike the world or fly into the inky abyss floated in the skies above. Dots of the Sun's former Light drifted through the darkened sky in all directions, perhaps lighting the way for the next chapter of the people, of the world.

    For the Phoenix, Birth gives way to Death, which then gives way to Rebirth. When will the world be Reborn?
    >> Anonymous 01/10/12(Tue)09:56 No.17489302
    That's a sad story bro. I learned to go at it step by step. Sentence by sentence. Took me forever to finish it, but I memorized a lot from it. Not recommending anyone else doing this, it's very hard and time consuming. Mind if I throw up some requests from the Silmarillion?
    >> StephanosRex 01/10/12(Tue)10:02 No.17489338
    I'll keep this one in mind for future threads. I think I'm gonna wind down on the request taking for tonight, though.
    Nah, it's not so sad. I have a sleep disorder that I only recently discovered, that's why I was so fucked up the whole time. Now that I know how to work around it shit's smooth. By terrible reader, I don't mean poor reading comprehension, I mean laaaazy. But hey, if there's excerpts you'd like to hear I'll definitely read them at some point. I mean, I'm probably done for this thread, but I'd put em up on my tindeck. I was actually hassling someone for book excerpts for an audiobook demo I'd like to put together at some point.
    >> JSCervini !!L+hOixyXrvo 01/10/12(Tue)10:03 No.17489349
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    Awesome! Take the time you need fella.
    >> Anonymous 01/10/12(Tue)10:11 No.17489380
    Well then! I give you some excerpts of the Battle of Unnumbered Tears!

    But since Morgoth knew much of this from his treacherous servants among the Swarthy men and trusted them to hold back Maedhros, he chose his hour to attack. He sent a seemingly great force towards Hithlum, and hot of heart Fingon wished to assail them. Hurin, however, spoke against this, bidding him await the signal from Maedhros, and rather let the Orcs break themselves in their attack against his fortresses and strength of arms arrayed in the hills. But the captain of Morgoth in the West had been commanded to swiftly draw forth Fingon into open battle by whatsoever means he could, and when he had reached the inflowing of river into elven lands, he halted and sent forth riders. These rode up close to the lines of the Noldor. With them they brought Gelmir, son of Guilin that Lord of Nargothrond whom they had captured in the Battle of Sudden Flame.

    And they had blinded him. Then the heralds of Angband showed him forth, crying, "We have many more such at home. But you must make haste if you would find them, for we shall deal with them all when we return even so." And they ripped off Gelmir's hands and feet. And his head last. In sight of the elves. And they left him there. And they left him there. By ill chance across, the water stood Gwindor and his wrath was kindled to flame and he could not longer be restrained.

    The light of the drawing of the swords of the Noldor was like fire in a field of reeds, and so fell was the their onset that the designs of Morgoth almost went astray. Before his army, which had been sent West, could be strengthened, it was swept away; it was hewn down as it stood and the greatest slaughter ever of the Orcs took place.

    >It's a lot I know, not asking you to narrate, just showing you what it looks like in bits and pieces. The battle gets worse...much...much worse.
    >> StephanosRex 01/10/12(Tue)10:13 No.17489391
    I'll definitely do a reading of this at some point. Watch my tindeck if you miss future threads or anything.
    >> Anonymous 01/10/12(Tue)10:13 No.17489392
    Fuck repeated myself. Also I may be getting some of that wrong. I'll try to find Battle of Unnumbered Tears through google.

    Remember Stephanos, your awesome. Don't forget it.
    >> StephanosRex 01/10/12(Tue)10:15 No.17489402
    >> JSCervini !!L+hOixyXrvo 01/10/12(Tue)10:16 No.17489406
    I concur, much awesome you are made of, Stephanos!
    >> Anonymous 01/10/12(Tue)10:20 No.17489419
    Awesome man, I'll be sure to bookmark it. Also that Derp-Fu thing you did, with the voices in the background. When your reading the excerpt I think it would be awesome if you could do some screams of Orcs being slain, or the anguish of Gelmir as he is ripped limb from limb.

    Sorry for messing up with writing that. Like I said, remembered a lot of the Silmarillion. I was mostly typing that at the speed of light.

    Would you like more? The battle gets more intense. Much more intense.
    >> Anonymous 01/10/12(Tue)10:32 No.17489461
    Bumps for the Bump god!

    Narrations for the Narration throne!
    >> Anonymous 01/10/12(Tue)10:35 No.17489473
    This thread isn't on sup/tg/? Well that's fixed.
    >> StephanosRex 01/10/12(Tue)10:35 No.17489479
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    I may do a couple of versions of it, with and without screaming and battle sounds.

    Battle sounds are hard. Here's what the one in the Kharn video looked like. (I wonder if I should have made the chainsaw/sword louder, not sure if anyone picked up on it)
    >> StephanosRex 01/10/12(Tue)10:37 No.17489487
    Oh Lordy, now there's two of em.
    >> Anonymous 01/10/12(Tue)10:39 No.17489496
    The battle sounds were superb in my opinion. It actually brought a lot of life to the whole thing. And when I heard the glass shatter my eyes darted across the scream to see the Khornate had broken the glass in his own hand. I laughed, hard.

    Got any swords clashing? Sound effects like that?
    >> StephanosRex 01/10/12(Tue)10:42 No.17489507
    Oh I can get em alright. There's scads of repositories for free audio.
    >> Anonymous 01/10/12(Tue)10:47 No.17489539
    Awesome. Here is one piece I always love from the Children of Hurin. It's when Túrin Turambar is about to commit suicide, and for some reason he speaks to his blade.

    "Hail Gurthang! No lord or loyalty dost thou know, save the hand that wieldeth thee. From no blood wilt thou shrink. Wilt thou therefore take Túrin Turambar, wilt thou slay me swiftly?" And from the blade rang a cold voice in answer: "Yea, I will drink thy blood gladly, that so I may forget the blood of Beleg my master, and the blood of Brandir slain unjustly. I will slay thee swiftly. "

    Even the dude's sword hated him. Damn.
    >> StephanosRex 01/10/12(Tue)10:48 No.17489543
    >> Anonymous 01/10/12(Tue)10:50 No.17489554
    I'm guessing this is all for today? When can we expect you to return for more voice acting greatness?
    >> StephanosRex 01/10/12(Tue)10:56 No.17489577
    I try to spread it out some. Expect more whenever the wife finishes art'ing Lu's story.
    >> Anonymous 01/10/12(Tue)11:00 No.17489593
    Ring me up if want anymore Tolkien, especially the Battle of Unnumbered Tears.
    >> Anonymous 01/10/12(Tue)11:16 No.17489690
    I may be late to the party but the "War of Wrath" bit could have something added to it. Basically when Sauron speaks and finishes and it goes to Morgoth you can tell there is a switch in the audio. I think a trick to use here would be for Morgoth is be breathing heavily the entire time Sauron talks to him, then Morgoth replies to what Sauron said. I think it would make the change less apparent, and allow a further bit of immersion.

    That's all, thought it would help.
    >> StephanosRex 01/10/12(Tue)11:32 No.17489771
    I'll keep that in mind if I redo it. The "switch" you're hearing is the compression filter I applied to the bits for Morgoth since I recorded him much quieter. It kinda brings out the background noise more.
    >> Anonymous 01/10/12(Tue)11:39 No.17489807
    The Silmarillion guy here, I'd love for you to redo it. But...I'm iffy on it. There is a lot of stuff that is on your plate that much is apparent. Still, it wouldn't hurt to hear your second attempt at "War of Wrath." I'm sure this is all great practice for you.
    >> CacameAweminade !!+cMw79n6iy0 01/10/12(Tue)11:58 No.17489932
    I think I love you. Does the deep voice help you in getting ladies as much as it's helped me?
    >> StephanosRex 01/10/12(Tue)12:41 No.17490329
    >> Anonymous 01/10/12(Tue)12:56 No.17490478
    Bump, for the bump god.
    >> Anonymous 01/10/12(Tue)13:12 No.17490628
    Stephanos you are awesome.

    Please keep coming to /tg/ please
    >> StephanosRex 01/10/12(Tue)13:19 No.17490694
    Oh I will. Bed for now, though.
    >> Anonymous 01/10/12(Tue)13:47 No.17490934
    We'll keep the thread alive till you return.
    >> Anonymous 01/10/12(Tue)16:11 No.17492331
    >> Anonymous 01/10/12(Tue)17:09 No.17492974
    Oh what the hell bump
    >> StephanosRex 01/10/12(Tue)17:29 No.17493157
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    Hey there /tg/
    Just wandering by and noticed Stephanos' thread is still being bumped. I'm about to do some quick work on Lu before I have to head off and thought I'd help bump with a quick CA sketch I did yesterday on the train.
    Ignore the left eye, I didn't have an eraser and kinda fucked it up. I'm not really a fan of anime so I'm worried she looks a little too weaboo but wanted to give her modest childlike features, the kinda character you'd look at and feel comfortable around, etc.
    Anyway, any suggestions on what you may want to see in her design would be awesome.
    >> StephanosRex'sFaggotWife 01/10/12(Tue)17:30 No.17493167
    Forgot to change his trip
    >> Anonymous 01/10/12(Tue)17:32 No.17493197
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    I just wanted to say how awesome a job you did on the Kharn video. I loved the transition from a crayon drawing back to reality when the tank blew up.
    >> StephanosRex'sDrawfag 01/10/12(Tue)17:34 No.17493213
    Heh, thanks. I was trying to capture a deranged corrupted guards imagination.
    I'm pretty happy with how it all turned out, this is the first time I've really used a graphics tablet for drawing.
    >> Anonymous 01/10/12(Tue)17:41 No.17493288
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    Postin' Lu's story for those not in the know.
    >> Anonymous 01/10/12(Tue)17:42 No.17493289
    Incredible work, both of you.
    >> StephanosRex'sDrawfag 01/10/12(Tue)17:44 No.17493315
    Here's also Stephanos' reading of Lu for anyone interested: http://tindeck.com/listen/jspt

    Thanks :)

    Hopefully our new "cool stories by cool bros" will be out by the end of the week if I can get it done.
    >> StephanosRex'sDrawfag 01/10/12(Tue)17:46 No.17493325
    FFFF, just got a call from my boss have to go in to work early. Will work on some Lu when I get home I guess.
    Have a good night /tg/, thanks for the feedback and keep an eye out for our future projects
    >> Anonymous 01/10/12(Tue)17:48 No.17493344
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    This is pretty much the closest thing I can find to what my mental image of Lu is. Strong, self confident, but young as well. Although, I really dig the short hair.
    >> StephanosRex'sDrawfag 01/10/12(Tue)17:48 No.17493346
    Oh, and thanks for all the awesome story suggestions guys.
    >> StephanosRex'sDrawfag 01/10/12(Tue)17:49 No.17493358
    Saved and cheers, definitely digging this as a Lu inspiration.
    >> Anonymous 01/10/12(Tue)19:21 No.17494456
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    Stephanos's wife, what do you think of doing art on the scenes from the Silmarillion? Namely, the Battle of Unnumbered Tears.
    >> Anonymous 01/10/12(Tue)23:04 No.17497072
    Holy crap you're the guy who did the Rammus taunts! Awesome work there!
    >> Anonymous 01/10/12(Tue)23:30 No.17497382
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    9000 hours.

    Oh, Stephanos, you should try some GURPS pages. GURPS books usually have a short short with little outside context at the beginning of each chapter. I'll post a couple from one book.

    Also, I think you should practice different more different voices. The noodle shop one was a nice change from the manly deepness.
    >> Anonymous 01/11/12(Wed)01:20 No.17498466
    That picture is just adorable.
    >> StephanosRex'sDrawfag 01/11/12(Wed)02:46 No.17499233
    I'd definitely be interested in doing them, it's purely when I have time though which outside of work and Stephanos' current projects is very little. But I'd be highly interested.

    God damn, you made the image adorable. I am stealing this.
    >> Anonymous 01/11/12(Wed)02:53 No.17499313
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    There's more but I'm off to sleep.
    >> Anonymous 01/11/12(Wed)07:10 No.17501233
    >> Nirnaeth Arnediad, the Fifth Battle of Beleriand. Silmarillionfag 01/11/12(Wed)10:58 No.17502241
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    The battle started in the year 472, after Beren, Barahir's son had managed to take a Silmaril from the crown of Morgoth. Maedhros felt new hope arise, for he saw that Morgoth was not invincible and thus he called a council for raising of the fortunes of the Eldar. This council was called the Union of Maedhros. For new hope ran through the land, because of the deeds of Beren and Luthien. But the Oath of Feanor lived and hindered all good, and among the evil were the deeds of Celegorm and Curufin not the least. Small help came from Nargothrond; there the Noldor trusted rather the defence of their hidden stronghold provided by their secrecy and stealth. Orodreth would not go to war by the bidding of any son of Feanor and only a small company, against the will of Orodreth, went to follow the valiant prince Gwindor. They had come to the Northern war to march beneath the banner of Fingon son of Fingolfin.

    From Doriath came the even smaller host for Thingol would also lend no aid to any son of Feanor. This was because the sons of Feanor were being constrained by their oath, sworn in Valinor, and because Maedhros and his brothers had sent hard and threatening words to Thingol of their claim upon the Silmaril. Thingol was filled with anger of Luthien and the spilled blood of Beren. But Beleg and Mablung asked for leave, for they were unwilling to have any part in the deeds of the Northern War; and Thingol gave leave for them to go as long as they did not serve any son of Feanor.
    >Found a page on the net that has excerpts in completeness, but it doesn't allow for copy pasting! I'll bump with more Silmarillion.
    >> Silmarillionfag 01/11/12(Wed)11:10 No.17502310
    But Maedhros had the help of the Dwarves, in armed force they came to the aid and great stores of weapons they also supplied. Maedhros gathered all his men and those who would follow. The Swarthy men of the East, commanded by Bor and Ulfang, were marshaled and trained for war and given fair arms, and they summoned yet more of their kinsfolk out of the East to join the host. In the west, Fingon prepared for war by taking counsel with Himring. The people of Brehil whetted their axes and had as their leader Haldir. From the Falas came many of Cirdan's Elves and even some of Ossiriand's could be found in the glorious host of the Union of Maedhros. To the hidden realm of Gondolin tidings of war also reached the ear of Turgon , and he also in secret prepared for great battle.

    >Now to explain why everyone hates the Sons of Feanor and Feanor himself; and what this "Oath of Feanor" is. Feanor crafted the Silmarils, gems of great beauty and power that no one else had the ability to make; not even the Valar, basically Arch-Angels could make Silmarils. Morgoth, the Dark Lord, killed Feanor's father and stole the gems. Feanor then had his sons be sworn into an oath. This oath led to all major battles the Elves had against one another. Feanor also led the great majority of the Noldor to Beleriand where most wars against Morgoth take place. It gave the Sons of Feanor after their father's death an extremely bad reputation. Yet Maedhros was trying to have everyone look past this and focus on defeating Morgoth once and for all.
    >> Silmarillionfag 01/11/12(Wed)11:11 No.17502320
    The next paragraph is pretty big so I thought I would just explain why everyone hates the Sons of Feanor, since taking all this out of context can confuse someone. Next paragraph is a biggin' so hold on.
    >> Silmarillionfag 01/11/12(Wed)11:21 No.17502368
    At midsummer the battle was fought upon the sands of Anfauglith. In the West stood Fingon, High-King of the Noldor together with Huor and Hurin. With them were their Men and the Elves from Hithlum; and to the joy and wonder of all there was a sounding of great trumpets and there marched up to war a host unlooked for. The army of Turgon issued forth from Gondolin, ten thousand strong, with bright mail and long swords and they stationed Southwards guarding the Passes of Sirion. In the East stood Maedhros and his brothers with the main host of the Noldor, save Gondolin, the Swarthy men and the Dwarves. It was resolved that Maedhros should march with banners from the East openly, and when he had drawn forth the host of Morgoth, a signil was given to Fingon. A great fire was lit upon a hill in Dorthonion. Upon seeing the signal, Fingon should issue in full strength from the hills of Ered Wethrin and take the might of Morgoth as between anvil and a hammer and smash it to pieces. But since Morgoth knew much of this from his treacherous servants among the Swarthy men and trusted them to hold back Maedhros, he chose his hour to attack. He sent a seemingly great force towards Hithlum, and hot of heart Fingon wished to assail them. Hurin, however, spoke against this, bidding him await the signal from Maedhros, and rather let the Orcs break themselves in their attack against his fortresses and strength of arms arrayed in the hills. But the captain of Morgoth in the West had been commanded to swiftly draw forth Fingon into open battle by whatsoever means he could, and when he had reached the inflowing of river into elven lands, he halted and sent forth riders. These rode up close to the lines of the Noldor. With them they brought Gelmir, son of Guilin that Lord of Nargothrond whom they had captured in the Battle of Sudden Flame.
    >> Silmarillionfag 01/11/12(Wed)11:34 No.17502421
    And they had blinded him. Then the heralds of Angband showed him forth, crying, "We have many more such at home. But you must make haste if you would find them, for we shall deal with them all when we return even so." And they ripped off Gelmir's hands and feet. And his head last. In sight of the elves. And they left him there. By ill chance across the water stood Gwindor and his wrath was kindled to flame and he could not longer be restrained.
    >Field was too long, darn.
    >> Silmarillionfag 01/11/12(Wed)11:35 No.17502436
    The light of the drawing of the swords of the Noldor was like fire in a field of reeds, and so fell was the their onset that the designs of Morgoth almost went astray. Before his army, which had been sent West, could be strengthened, it was swept away; it was hewn down as it stood and the greatest slaughter ever of the Orcs took place. Thus the banners of Fingon passed over the dust of the plains of Anfauglith and were raised before the walls of Angband. Gwindor, the brother of Gelmir, was in the forefront of that battle and they with such strength that the host from Nargothrond burst through the outer gates and slew the Orcs upon the stairs of Angband. In the end, however, the Elves were all slain here, no help had come to their aid. They had moved with such haste and surprise that none could follow. Morgoth had let his main force come forth through secret doors, and Fingon and his Elves were driven back from the walls of Angband and retreated over the desert of sand with great loss. Haldir and most of the Men from Brethil were slain defending the rearguard, and as night fell they were still far from Ered Wethrin. The Orcs surrounded the Army of Fingon and though he and his forces were pressed even harder, they fought until day. But with the rising of the Sun came hope, for the horns of Turgon were heard, heralding the approach of the rescuing host. Turgon and the Noldor of Gondolin were strongly clad in mail and they broke through the ranks of the Orcs, hewing their way to the side of Fingon. And it is said that the meeting of Turgon with Hurin, who stood by his King, was a glad one in the midst of the battle.
    >> Silmarillionfag 01/11/12(Wed)11:50 No.17502506
    And now came Maedhros from the East and the sons of Feanor assailed the enemy in the rear. The Orcs wavered and already some were turning to flight. Morgoth loosened his last strength and emptied Angband by sending his last troops into battle - Glaurung and his brood and Balrogs and wolves - but even if all had proven faithful, Morgoth could not have won. But in that hour the plots and treachery of Ulfang and his sons were revealed, for many of the Easterlings turned and fled, their hearts having been filled with lies and fear. Ulfang and his sons went over to Morgoth and fell upon the rear flank of Maedhros; and Maedhros was driven Eastward and back from the battle and his army suffered greatly. But the Easterlings reaped not the reward that Morgoth had promised, for in the confusion that Ulfang and his sons had wrought, they came near the Standard of Maedhros. Here, Malgor slew Uldor, and Bor with his sons slew Ulfast and Ulwarth before they themselves were slain. The host of Maedhros was now being assailed from three sides, by the Orcs and beasts and a new strength of evil men that Uldor had summoned and kept hidden in the Eastern hills. As a result his army was dispersed and fled this way and that. Yet fate saved the sons of Feanor. Though all were wounded, none were slain, for they drew together and gathered round them the remnant of the Noldor and Dwarf armies. They hewed a way out of the battle and escaped towards Mount Dolmed.
    >> Silmarillionfag 01/11/12(Wed)11:56 No.17502534
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    Last of all the Eastern forces to stand was that of the Longbeards of Belegost. The Dwarves withstoodfire more hardly than Men and Elves, and the Dwarves were wearing great masks, which stood them in good stead against the Dragons. If not for the Dwarves, the Noldor would have all been slain. But the Dwarves made a circle around Glaurung, and he could not withstand the blows of their great axes, nor even the armor of Glaurung could fully withstand such an onslaught. Glaurung in his rage turned and crawled over Azaghal, but with his laste stroke, Azaghal drove a knife into the belly of Glaurung and so wounded him that he fled the field. His brood in dismay followed him back to Angband. But the hill of Himring was taken, though all of the sons of Feanor survived.

    In the west Fingon was surrounded by a tide of foes thrice greater than all that was left to him. The balrogs drove in between Hurin, Turgon, and Fingon, and they were sundered from eachother. There, Gothmog, high-captain of Balrogs, turned against Fingon and what a grim meeting that was. At last, Fingon stood alone with his guard dead about him, but he fought with Gothmog until another Balrog came behind him and cast a thong of fire about him. At last fell Fingon, High King of the Noldor, by the black axe of the Balrog Gothmog, and flame sprang from his helm when it was cloven. He was overborne by the Balrogs, and beaten to the earth and his blue and silver banner broken and colored with his blood.
    >> Silmarillionfag 01/11/12(Wed)12:05 No.17502609
    The field was lost, but still Hurin and Huor with the great men from Hithlum stood firm. Yet the Orcs could not win the passes of Sirion. The last stand of Hurin and Huor is the most renowned deed in the war between the Eldar and Morgoth. One that the fathers of Men wrought on their behalf, and so was the treachery of Uldor redressed. For Hurin spoke to Turgon saying, "Go now, Lord, while time still is! For last are you of the House of Fingolfin, and in you lives the last hope of the Noldor. While Gondolin stands, strong and guarded, Morgoth shall still know fear in his heart." And Turgon answered, "Yet not long now can Gondolin be hidden, and being discovered it must fall." "Yet if it stands but a little while," said Huor, "then out of your House shall come the hope of Elves and Men. This I say to you Lord with eyes of death; though we part for ever, and I shall never look at your white walls, from you and me shall a new star rise."
    >> Silmarillionfag 01/11/12(Wed)12:12 No.17502675
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    Then Turgon accepted the valiant words and withdrew with all the Noldor of Gondolin and such of Fingon`s hosts could be gathered. As he went back down Sirion, Glorfindel and Ecthelion, his captains, guarded his flanks and he vanished into the hills. But Hurin and Huor held the passes of Sirion and drew the men of Hithlum about them. Slowly they withdrew until they came behind the Fen of Serech and had the young stream before them. Then they gave way no more. The host of Morgoth swarmed against them, and they bridged the stream with the dead and encircled the remnant of Hithlum as a gathering tide about a rock.

    Huor fell fighting by a venomous arrow in the eye, and all the valiant men of Hithlum were slain about him in a heap. Galdor and Gundor, sons of Hador, died in this renowned fight. The Orcs hewed the heads of the men and piled them as a mound of gold; and the Sun was shining on their yellow locks amid the blood. Last of all stood Hurin, alone, and he cast aside his shield and wielded his two-handed axe. In the last stand, it is sung he slew a hundred of the Orcs. But they took him alive at last, for the Orcs grappled him with their hands, which clung to him though he hewed off their arms. However, ever their numbers were renewed, until at last he fell buried beneath them. Then binding him, they dragged him to Angband in mockery.
    >And thus ends Nirnaeth Arnediad, Battle of Unnumbered Tears.
    >> Silmarillionfag 01/11/12(Wed)12:16 No.17502697
    So there you go Stephanos, the complete battle. Also I was posting to give you some much needed attention today. Silmarillionfag out!
    >> The Outlander 01/11/12(Wed)12:21 No.17502731
    I wish Gav and Bob was done like this.
    >> Anonymous 01/11/12(Wed)12:28 No.17502791
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    Requesting this in case it hasn't been already.
    >> Anonymous 01/11/12(Wed)13:38 No.17503226
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    Requesting this one.

    With this in the background:

    >> Anonymous 01/11/12(Wed)15:10 No.17503959
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    Why did you remind me
    >> Anonymous 01/11/12(Wed)17:28 No.17505836
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    >> Anonymous 01/11/12(Wed)23:54 No.17510112
    >> Anonymous 01/12/12(Thu)01:58 No.17511495
    >> Anonymous 01/12/12(Thu)03:22 No.17512151
    Stephanos is still making recordings, just not sharing them! Also this one is good, just wish I knew the context: http://tindeck.com/listen/nztn

    Hey Stephanos, could you make a quickie of this with battle sounds in the background?

    >"Yet if it stands but a little while," said Huor, "then out of your House shall come the hope of Elves and Men. This I say to you Lord with eyes of death; though we part for ever, and I shall never look at your white walls, from you and me shall a new star rise."

    Silmarillionfag is gonna bring the Silmarillion.
    >> Anonymous 01/12/12(Thu)05:15 No.17512812
    Could someone Relink his audio version of waffle house millionaire's monk battle? Where 4 monks crit fail and destroy the noodle house? It was left out of last threads archive
    >> Anonymous 01/12/12(Thu)08:10 No.17513898
    >> The Outlander 01/12/12(Thu)08:14 No.17513923
    I laughed.
    >> Anonymous 01/12/12(Thu)08:24 No.17513989
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    Hi there, I'm Kharnwriter and a friend directed me to this thread.

    I love you and everything you have done. Keep up the good work!

    Or else.

    Making a throat cutting gesture.

    Fuck I dunno man squint I can't be THAT far away.
    >> Anonymous 01/12/12(Thu)08:33 No.17514037
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    The door should be smaller and Kharne should be breaking through the wall, Koolaide-man style.

    Still, well done! Have some daemons.
    >> Anonymous 01/12/12(Thu)11:33 No.17515232
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    >surprised they don't bonk their ethereals in the forehead

    >Lovers' olityte
    STFU, captcha!!
    >> Anonymous 01/12/12(Thu)16:59 No.17517893
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    Oh... oh god. It's THAT story.

    Fuck. OP, you rock, I originally only knew your League of Legends stuff and thought that was awesome, but you're more than that. You're one of us. I cannot fucking wait for more of you.

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