Here's How We Roll!
Wobblewheel is a small stop motion and 2d animation studio. Below you'll find links to shorts, clips, loops, client work, and coming soons. If you're just passing through, enjoy! If you're a business, professional looking for something different, or another artist and would like to collaborate, don't hesitate to reach out:
A stray cart tries to win over another with a scrap metal flower.
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Two stray shopping carts meet for a beatbox battle.
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Underage shopping carts try to sneak into a club.
Tap the logo above to check it out. "Bouncer" was created for the ProjectTwenty1 Film Festival. The theme for 2019 was "Passage". This won Wobblewheel its first award for Best Animation and was the first official short from the studio.
EVERYTHING MUST GO!
An abandoned shopping cart looks for purpose while others struggle in the outside world.
"Everything Must Go!" was the first short film featuring shopping carts as characters. The short was experimental in concept and execution, so story took a back seat.
"You're It!" was the inaugural study of two carts playing tag that literally brought this concept to life. It was also an opportunity to play with the idea of a loop, which is a clip that ends where it began.
This loop was shot just before the stay-at-home order was issued here. Just playing with the idea of panic and social distancing...among stray carts.
This little loop was made at the beginning of the pandemic. Just keeping a humor about the situation and encouraging people to stay clean and safe.
Quick collab-sort-of using characters from Philly designer Gina Scamuffa @scamuffastudios. This was just a fun study working with 2d and another artists designs.
Membership promo for Da Vinci Art Alliance in South Philly. Visit davinciartalliance.org for more information about this great little art gallery and group of artists.
Promo for the 2020 Da Vinci Derby
Short clip for loca r&b artist Doug C Jr. The concept was to have a "wet floor' sign figure slip and fall.
Short clip for socials for Philly singer Mimi.