Holy smacks, that second one is really beautiful! I might be a little jealous.
I think it would be hard to pull off all of the finer details that make this so nice in another package like AE. To get an authentic handmade feel, you really need to go and do it by hand, and animating frame by frame by painting in photoshop is really only one step away from that. Although, my suspicion is that if you're capable of doing this in photoshop, you're likely capable of making it by hand, off of the computer. And there may be some additional charisma from doing it on paper. Regardless, I think this is pretty phenomenal.
This isn't to say that the Butchers animation isn't also super well done, but it seems like the animation is slightly more arbitrary. I'm assuming that Moka Clube is some kind of coffee-related thing, and in that case, the animation really evokes something about that topic, in a surprising and compelling way. The Butchers animation doesn't tell me anything in particular. It's not informative, y'know? It's charismatic, but not in a way that's relevant to the topic.
Definitely great stuff, any way you cut it. Congrats!