KCollins1304 wrote:ThatDude wrote:slomo007 wrote:I repeat, you guys are voting for a stupid cartoon over someone who actually had to practice/rehearse in order to get the character just right. I think this sucks that cartoons are even in this competition.
Yeah, there's no practicing/rehearsing involved in making a cartoon. The guy who does the voice of Homer just walks in, spits out a few lines, goes home, and just waits for the checks to come. He doesn't do like 20 different characters on the show.
No effort involved in his job whatsoever.
I agree, slomo I think you're vastly overlooking the difficulty in voice acting. You're not in a live setting, so you have to create it in your mind and speak to people that aren't there.
But he uses nothing but his voice. Whereas he's going against one of the greatest characters ever at using his body language to be funny. Kramer is a throw back type character who probably would have been better suited for slapstick comedy.