English, as she is spoke – a guide to the International Phonetic Alphabet (IPA) symbol, place of articulation, sound and example word created by Language Base Camp what sez:
Pronounce the words from left to right. Can you feel where the sounds are being produced and find them in the IPA chart above?
Not quite as appealing as your outside voice. To wit:
This real-time MRI film shows live the movements in the mouth and pharynx during speech: The spatio-temporal coordination of the lips, tongue, soft palate and larynx becomes visible, which is necessary to form vowels, consonants and coarticulations
Something moo from Markiplier.
You may already be familiar with WOOF and MEOW.
A brief, delightful and not-at-all nightmare inducing screen test by Barcelona based animation and motion capture studio
An impressively disturbing contribution by Barcelona animation studio
Dvein to the This Is NOW motion graphics exhibition in Oslo.
Two chainsaws either side of a barbed sword.
How Does A Tick Do Its Dirty Work? (New York Times)
A cute short by Dutch animation studio
Job, Joris and Marieke set in a world where everyone wants to talk, sing and eat, but nobody has a mouth.
A gory solution emerges.
Youtuber Sarah Ellen (who achieved internet fame a few years ago with her genuinely phenomenal
‘dancing eyebrows’ viral) seamlessly matches her facial expressions to the mouth movements of Wrigley’s Juicy Fruit “Sweet Talk” iOS app.