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I told everyone I was done after number three. It's such a conclusive ending, so hard to top, plus, film history shows us that any series that goes past three starts to go downhill at four. But people were so upset that I was ending the series because they found it so entertaining. Requests for number four came at me from every angle. So I'm deciding to do it. It'll be fun.
In the past, animating was easy because I was just a high school kid dependent on my parents. Now I have rent, car payments, and bills. I recently graduated from Columbus College of Art and Design, which is not cheap, so I also have loan payments. I want to make Animator vs. Animation IV because it would make SO many people happy, but now that I'm grown up, time is literally money. I'm predicting that this film will take 300-400 work hours, since the third one took 325 hours. Since the fan base is so big, I decided to let those who want number four help make it happen.
The music in this video is by my friend Joe Yamakawa and I have permission to use it.