This was your first animated feature. Was it what you were expecting?
experience was a lot more like traditional acting than I expected. The
first year of the project I would go in and I would voice Eep in this
higher cartoonish register. And then once I saw some of the animation
and I saw her build, it felt like she should have a lower register. So I
ended up having to make it a lot truer to life.”
Did you have to record it again?
but they kept elements. And that's part of the difference in animation,
too, that you do want to have that range of character in your voice and
not necessarily just because you can't express everything physically,
even though the animator is incredible and is animating to your facial
expressions, a lot of the time.”
Eep's athletic, brave, curious and independent – did you relate?
I athletic? No. Brave? I hope so. You know, I've never been incredibly
physically strong. I'm a bit more willowy in build. But I like to think
I'm strong in character and in spirit.”
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