A giant is a creature that is extremely huge and strong. Giants are depicted to be cruel, destructive, and irrational. However, sometimes, they are depicted to be caring and with human-like emotions. They mostly appear in kid stories, and most of the characters help drive specific messages home. When casting a giant voice, you need to work with a voice actor who understands children’s psychology.
Giant voices are ideal for children’s stories because they’re the ones who relate to these creatures in stories. Since they are at an impressionable age, we can use stories to help shape their thought process. The kind of content kids are exposed to determine how they turn out as they grow up. Parents and educators have the responsibility to mold kids, so they turn out to be responsible adults.
The right audience for giant voices is young children who are at an impressionable age. You can also use giant voices in animation creations to target teenagers and youths. When you’re working on such a project, make it interesting enough, so parents don’t have a problem watching with their kids.
Giant voices should be loud, threatening, rough, and booming. The idea is to scare the kids but not too much. The voice should also be audible so that kids can pick up the lesson the voice is trying to teach. The voice actor should be charismatic because if the voice is only threatening, kids won’t be able to listen.