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Stop motion animation voiceover

In the early days of my voiceover career, pretty much immediately after completing a job, I would scan the internet with a magnifying glass, looking for the final product.

I don't have as much time to throw away these days (I'm addicted to networking), so I only have a quick butchers when I remember a cool project that I want to track down.

That happened this week.

Time stopped and my mind cleared.

My eyes rolled to the back of my head and a voice came from within.

My lips remained still. But I spoketh:


What an awesome video right?! The technical term for this sort of thing is "stop motion animation". By all accounts, it's very time consuming, so I'm grateful that I only had to do the talking bit.

Everything about it is spot on. The music, the colours and of course the ridiculously fun animation style. I've always been a stop motion fan, so to be able to put my voice to one was a very nice moment for me indeed.

And even better, to be able to throw my head into a scene of a legendary show from my childhood, well, that's priceless.

A scene from TV shwo Morph, with Martin Whiskin's head on Chaz's body

To see other videos I've worked on, take a look at my voice over video samples page.


If you have a project like this (or unlike this!) that needs a friendly, natural sounding British male voice over artist, then please do get in touch on the contact page. Or phone me, I like to talk.


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Martin Whiskin voiceover artist talking into a Rode NT1-a microphone
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