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We Interviewed the Creator of “Bloody Latte Comics” Voice Actor & Director Hannah 4!

We had the pleasure of chatting with the creator or Bloody Latte Comics Hannah 4! Be sure to check out this inspiring interview. Perhaps you will find something that helps you continue your craft. Be sure to support the creator here!

1.What initially inspired you to become a creator, and how has that inspiration evolved throughout your creative journey?

What inspired me to become a creator is how magical animation is. With animation you can express yourself fully and make your dreams become a reality. Anything your imagination desires you can make come true. What’s inspired me even more is the fact I’ve had traumatic events that I had to learn to deal with. I thought I would never survive. Not only did I survive, I came out on top. I’ve met so many people on this journey that have truly inspired me.

2.Can you share a specific moment or experience that fueled your passion for your current creative project?

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Well, I’m working on two different projects at the moment, the one that the public is aware of is bloody latte comics. I direct a talented cast who do original comic dubs based on the shows hazbin hotel, murder drones, and helluva boss. What I mean by original is that I write the script, the comics are drawn by my artists and the voice acting for the comic dub is done by my voice actors and myself. It’s based off of the shows, however the jokes are originally written by me. We were part of a project. I was hired as a voice actor, and the Director ended up abandoning the project and left such a talented group of people behind I couldn’t just sit there and watch it fall apart. I had to do something so I became the Director. This originally started with hazbin hotel and helluva boss. I later added murder drones and it’s been the perfect mix. I am so blessed to have such a talented, amazing and hard-working cast of people! In less than six months we are hitting 1,000 subscribers on YouTube! 

3.What challenges have you encountered as an indie creator, and how have they shaped your approach to your work?

People were not taking me seriously, especially in the beginning of my career. For instance I would say I’m in animation, voice acting or I write scripts. A lot of people would laugh and expect me to fail. Those people just wanted to see me land on my face, but honestly, it helped me work harder for my dreams. I wasn’t going to let them win. It showed me that I have to like my work myself before I can give it to my fans because My content is genuine and I only put out what makes me and my close friends laugh. I hope it makes my fans laugh which usually ends up happening. It also taught me to make sure I know what I’m doing. If it doesn’t make me laugh or feel a certain emotion then I know it’s not my best work and I don’t use it. 

4.Are there any particular creators who have significantly influenced your style or approach? How do you incorporate those influences into your own unique voice?

Matt Groening, Trey Parker, Bryan Lee O’Malley and Raphael Matthew Bob-Waksberg are the creators who have significantly influenced my style. Matt taught me that simple designs, and simple ideas work and sometimes they work the best. Trey taught me freedom of speech and how to write my stories better. Bryan taught me to always incorporate my style and what I think is cool even If it’s not the most popular at the time. Raphael taught me that animation can talk about the worst things that can happen in life, but somehow make it beautiful. 

5. How do you navigate the balance between staying true to your artistic vision and adapting to feedback from your audience or collaborators?

I love feedback. I always learn from it. I do apply it, but I never change my artistic vision. It’s something I’ve always stuck by and it’s what’s gotten me to where I am. I know the people who like my work. They genuinely like my ideas and sometimes I have to remind myself just because I think it’s a bad idea doesn’t mean my fans think that way. Often they loved what I originally thought was bad. I  learned not everyone can love everything so you have to take the good with the bad. It’s just life. It’s not personal, sometimes you’re gonna fall on your face, but you have to pick yourself back up and continue moving forward if you’re going to achieve your dream! 

6.Can you recall a memorable success story or milestone in your indie creator journey that stands out as a turning point for you?

When I was gifted “inside job’s” gang jacket! Inside job is meaningful to me as a story and those who are close to me really understand that. Funny enough I drew this gorgeous drawing that I was about to post, when I saw the creator saying the show was canceled. I was in shock and I posted my drawing with a caption explaining my deepest sincerity for the show’s cancellation. I wrote how the artists deserved better. I started watching Inside job because Mike Hollingsworth who worked on Bojack Horseman was a producer on Inside job. The night I posted the drawing it blew up and so many inside job fans mourned with me. Mike also saw it and he messaged me and we talked. In fact he mailed me a signed Bojack drawing that he drew and also an inside job’s gang jacket. Fun fact you can’t get this jacket unless you worked on the show at Netflix. After this I had the pleasure to meet Mike and Aaron Long who also worked on Bojack and he introduced me to Kevin Doan who is the voice actor of Tangy Mustard which is  Aaron’s indie animated show “Sublo and Tangy Mustard” (which is my favorite by the way). I still have a great relationship with them to this day! The jacket will always be a dream come true. 

7.What role do setbacks or failures play in your creative process, and how do you overcome them to keep moving forward?

I don’t have many I would say. Not much gets in my way! I get aggravated at myself and overthink things. I push it off and continue forward even when I’m nervous about something. I keep pushing. This has been my way since I started my career. I can’t stop because the moment I stop is the moment I let my dreams die. I pushed myself to put myself out there and if it wasn’t scary it wasn’t worth it to begin with. 

8. How do you manage your time and energy to sustain a consistent creative output while juggling other aspects of life?

I don’t sleep and I drink a lot of caffeine.

9.Have you found any unexpected joys or rewards in the indie creator community, and how has it contributed to your overall experience?

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So many! It brings me so much joy to see something that makes me so happy and makes other people happy. It’s made my overall experience more enjoyable by getting to see the passion in other people, it’s very motivating! 

10.If you could give one piece of advice to aspiring creators, what would it be based on your own lessons learned?

Don’t stop your art because of yourself or anyone else. If you feel anxious about putting your art out there, move past it, post it. If you fall, just brush yourself off and continue forward. Everyone makes mistakes, that’s why pencils have erasers. Believe in yourself and others will believe in you. No matter what you’re struggling with, “it will get a alittle easier. You just gotta do it every day. That’s the hard part but it does get easier.” Try to shut off that part of your brain that tells you you’re a stupid piece of shit because you’re doing your best (Bojack Horseman).

11. What are your thoughts on All Ages of Geek? What are some things we should change/do? What are something you enjoy about our website?

“All ages of geeks” have an amazing concept interviewing indie creators not only to build their platform for themselves, but for others. I love building people up with me! I think they could do more season overviews of animated shows or a history of Indie animation. I really enjoy their interviews and their insight on animation. I think what they’re doing is very inspiring and I’m very happy they wanted to interview me! 

12. Goals for 2024?

Release my personal project that’s under wraps, land More voice over roles, Go to more conventions hopefully have my own booth as a creator or voice actor so I can meet my fans in real life and continue to be genuinely happy(:

Thank you for this opportunity if you want to see more of what my animated mind comes up with then follow me!

– Hannah 4♡


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2 Responses

  1. What an amazing and positive person you are. It was wonderful to read about a female boss who climbed the latter to get where you are and want to help others in the industry. I wish you all the success in the world. I look forward to see what’s next.

  2. OMG!! Hannah4 is such an inspiration for me. She proves that if you work hard enough and you will keep going no matter what you can get to your dream! Keep up good work Hannah you have way brighter future than you can imagine!

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