Animation vs. YouTube!!



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It’s finally done!

I started Animation vs. YouTube back in March of last year, so it’s been a year and 4 months or so. I was pretty distracted by my Ghibli World Project though, to be honest. I also became a father in June of this year. Quite an eventful year it has been.

This animation took 688 of my hours and 206 outsourced hours. It was the first time that I trusted other animators with animating the stick figures themselves. Last animation I only trusted them to place diamond armor on stick figures that I had already animated. I am slowly making steps towards an online animation studio. Anyway, here is the animation!

And here is the behind the scenes video:

Thanks for watching!!


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GreeNoodle Animation



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I made this animation for GreeNoodle, a moroheiya noodle company that is really easy to advertise. I’ve tried the noodles and they taste as good or better than regular ramen noodles, and they are much much healthier. I’ve become very selective with who I make videos for, I’ll only work freelance if I really believe in the product or service.

Here is their website:


And you can buy the noodles here (only ships to the contiguous 48 states of America):

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And here is the video:

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Sneak Preview of Animation vs. YouTube!



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Hey guys,

Here are the first 3 minutes of my next animation, entitled Animation vs. YouTube.

I started working on this back in April, but my Ghibli Minecraft Recreation Project completely took over my time for the next several months, leading me to put it on hold until September. Now I’ve logged 150 hours and can release the first three minutes to the public, in a similar fashion to my previous animation.

The idea for this animation actually came while making Animator vs. Animation IV. Part of the plot for the animation was a scene involving YouTube, but the concept proved to be too big and needed to be given its own whole video instead of squeezing it into the already long plot of Animator vs Animation IV.

Making this video required me to ask permission from all the YouTubers whose videos I used. Many of them were really hard to reach, namely PewDiePie and the author of Charlie Bit Me. But I can safely say that all of these videos either were used with permission or were free to use under a Creative Commons license.

Here it is!

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