LATEST NEWS » CREATION OF THE MONTH #9 ANNOUNCED!
Our ninth ‘Creation of the Month’ has now been drawn and we are proud to announce the following winners:
1st Prize – Signed Creation by Nick Park PLUS a Gromit Window Cleaner Stick On
Hutch24 with a fantastic W&G scene involving a pesky apple eating bunny!
Runners Up – A Gromit Window Cleaner Stick On
Minnie the Pooh with original footage from Gromit’s birthday celebrations as a puppy!
53Reid with a cracking model of Feathers’ prison cell at the zoo!
Jamie Q with an amazing Creature Comforts-esque animation of Sarah the Slug.
Congratulations to all our winners!!! We will be in touch shortly to sort out your prizes.
If you didn’t make it this time, why not enter again to be in with a chance of winning some cracking W&G prizes next month!
You can view past winners of our competition at any time by following the link below:
The next draw will take place at the start of June. Good luck!
wahoo! thanks so much!
He he cracking.. well done all not surprised that hutch24 won keep them coming
hmmm i thought the tin can animation was definately better than the drawing, and most of them that won!
oh well, guess he was unluky!
Well done everyone smashing job keep the great work coming in
Cracking work you winners!
And all the people that took part, please don't be rude about other peoples work hornby king or you might get deleted from thw Wallace and Gromit site.
Great job every one!!!
well done to everyone who won and to the runners up too!!!
There were loads of good ones this month!!
well done hutch24 your creation was brilliant, and well done all the runners up too
i still want to know who won the first sts art yard comp too
1ST prize rabbit on grass is a fake its from the COTWR figures
so what one of the rabbit is fake, The set and the models are brilliant
Katie Please Read This,
I think the 3 Cracking Adventures should come back as the prize as its a great Wallace and Gromit related prize and I think some people will be entering more to win it, maybe it should be the next winning and runner up prize, well thats my opinion as I think lately the prizes have not been as good as before and thats why I think I will wait to enter my models. Its putting me off abit.
harry the prizes shouldnt put you off from entering!!!
its more about knowing that your work was chosen over all of the other fantastic creations should be enough, the prizes are a generous bonus
i agree with harry actually, i havent been entering either cause of the prizes, , they should be decent W&G / aardman merchandise. something you can have on display or for a collection. something which will last and something you can show what you won in the future, not like that plasticine which is the prize at the moment (its not even proper plasticine )
Cinders, yes you are truly right, and my model will proberly be coming in next month, Maybeee... but the Prizes seem to be getting worse since the start.
Its making me slow down on my model somehow.
i agree harry. I have been working on the slugs singing and tend to have slowed down. hmmm... i think i have motivation to start them again
We like to vary our prizes from month to month so they appeal to a range of different people, plus it depends on the availability of stock from our licensees.
Every winner gets an exclusive W&G certificate in recognition of their work and so the prize is just a little extra to say well done. It is completely up to you when you enter your work into the competition on any particular month, as some prizes may appeal to you more than others. For example, the plasticine kit from last month is perfect for first-time model makers since it has everything you need to get started.
Personally, I don't care about prizes, I just like getting my work seen and winning with something I've created. Its like free film festivals, its all a bit of fun and you get to show others your work AND enter it into a competition to see which is best/derserves the prize. To win that is fine for me and gives me a boost with my work.
Can't believe I won, Thanks to everyone who left great comments, and Thanks to everyone at Aardman
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