The paper sculptures were painstakingly sequenced millimeter by millemeter over the course of the day to create the stop-motion animation
From the meticulous crafting of paper sculptures and scenery, the next phases consisted of a modifiable set-build to accommodate for the stop-motion movements, and then photographing hundreds of frames to make the final 32 second animation.
The raw files were then imported into After Effects by animator Blanca Martinez de Rituerto to add the finishing touches. The behind-the-scenes footage gives a little taste of what went into this project, with the final animation shown at the end. The result was a charming animated holiday greetings card that users could share and customise with their own name.