The Wolf I Used To Be…

The Wolf I Used To Be by Nearly Normal

“The Wolf I Used To Be is a short narrative about a wolf’s life change. Everyone has their own interpretation about what The Wolf means to them. It can be seen as a reflection of modern life. The grass always seems greener in the other side, but as is often the case in real life, it isn’t.” — Nearly Normal

Nearly Normal is a Production Studio based out of London, founded by Saulo Jamariqueli and Jaime Kiss, with over 25 years of combined international creative experience producing a wide array of projects including Motion Graphics, Stop Motion Animation, VFX, Editing, Branding, Art Direction, Illustration, Packaging, Interactive Projects, Viral, Print. They basically can do close to anything!

The project featured here is their latest work entitled “The Wolf I Used To Be” where they wanted to do a collaborative project where everyone could participate and contribute with ideas and time along the way. Everything in the short film was created by Nearly Normal including all characters handmade by paper engineer Cintia Bertaccini, the music as well as editing and post-production. The project proves to be a success be a beautifully done stop-motion animation.

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Also be sure to check out the making of below to get a more in depth view of the process.

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via Nearly Normal

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