Hello everyone! This ASMR video features: a couple mini doctor exams, personal attention, typing, writing, ear to ear whispering, soft speaking, and more. This was an impulse role play that I thought would give me a break from the more intricate role plays I am working on---but this one ended up taking me nearly 30 hours to complete from conception to upload. The wig I am wearing is actually a soft caramel color, but I had issues with keying since one of my soft boxes broke, so I had to try a lot of editing, and now I have orangish hair :P. I hope the keying errors don't distract you. Lots more is coming your way! Happy Viewing!
PS. The Bob Ross role play is still coming. I have gotten some messages from people asking where it is. It's a pretty labor intensive video, so I really appreciate your patience. It will get here eventually---the ideas on twitter are too good not to bring to life :).
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Microphone I use: Free Space Pro - Binaural Microphone
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Image "Living Room" by Steve Parker provided under a creative commons license http://creativecommons.org/licenses/by/2.0/ found here:
Fast Blur was added to it.
Alignment Tests I used as references for questions:
Note: it was brought to my attention that some of the questions I used from one of the websites originally came from this source: Dancey, Ryan, David Noonan, John D. Rateliff, and Dennis Cramer. Hero Builder's Guidebook. Renton, WA: Wizards of the Coast, 2000. Print.