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katie Aardman Staff Posted: Aug 15th 2007

Welcome to the new W&G forum! Use this space to discuss anything arty you have been doing lately: maybe you have a question about animation, have a passion for Lego, or want to share a brilliant recipe? Then post it here!

And don't forget you can post pictures and videos into our gallery to enter our cracking competition - be in with a chance to win a copy of your creation signed by Nick Park!

Enter here: http://www.wallaceandgromit.com/creations/upload


connor gorman Posted: Aug 20th 2007

hi i love aardman its my life and i want to be a animater when im older im making my own film called mouse trap im working on it now im building a house for it but dont know how to make one could you give me a link on how to make a house for animation


anti-pesto Posted: Aug 22nd 2007

what sort of house connor. i could help you as my films in progress


Modelmaker93 Posted: Sep 2nd 2007

connor i have made loads of model houses you can use carboard boxes then go o the tinternet and get wall paper pictures.;)good luck


jordan Posted: Sep 2nd 2007

ive built lots of really good sets for my films


shaunisgr8 Posted: Sep 3rd 2007

Cool will you put your work on the internet when it is finished? I'd really like to watch the results!


Jenny Posted: Sep 9th 2007

I would love too work in Animation too, if you do become one I would like to work! :) i do like making stuff too!


jills Posted: Oct 5th 2007

I haven't every really made any models. I do some sewing and beadwork sometimes, though. It's getting colder out so I was thinking of making a Feathers McGraw tea/coffee cosy. Him, or a Gromit with his new chef hat. It would be my first W&G Creation.


katie Aardman Staff Posted: Oct 5th 2007

sounds like a cracking idea - I look forward to seeing a picture of it in our creations gallery!


concon Posted: Nov 26th 2007

i made these cheese scons with my gran last week and there really nice.
1)heat the oven to 220 degres C or gas mark 7 and grease and flour a metal baking sheet.
2)sift the flour and baking powder into a bowl and rub in the butter so that it looks like breadcrumbs.add the grated cheese
3)in a small bowl mix the milk and egg together with a fork and then add this to the flour and butter and grated cheese.
4)after a bit of mixing(time to get your fingers messy)the mixture should form a nice dough.
5)tip out the dough onto a floured surface and roll out with a rolling pin so that it is about 2cm thick.the take a round shaped cutter and cut out the scones(the mag says six from the mixture but i got 9)
6)place the uncooked scones on the baking sheet,brush the top of each with a little bit of milk and put on a dusting of parmesan cheese.
7)put the baking sheet carefully into the middle of the oven-remember it will be very hot-and leave for 15-20 mins or until they have risen slightly and are a lovely golden colour.
using oven gloves take the tray out of the oven and leave your scones to cool.

ingredients-
150g self_raising flour
25g butter
1 teaspoon of baking powder
3 tablespoons of milk
75g of grated cheese
1 large egg
a little exra milk
a dusting of gratd cheddar


Harry Posted: Dec 7th 2007

Well I Might Make A Felt Picture Of Wallace


Sebas Posted: Jan 6th 2008

Hello, i am new at the world of animation. I am from Portugal, the land where José Mourinho came from, and Cristiano ronaldo to ;).
I would like to hear some opinions about my 3 mini films i have done recently. I will link the site in youtube so you can see the films. They don't have anything about wallace and gromit, so i am not really sure if i can post them here. As i said the films were my first ones so they are not so good because i need to take lots of photos, and they have some problems with the light, my hands appear on the first one...many things happened.
Well if any of you is interested on it please go to:
http://www.youtube.com/results?search_query=sebaschilloutxyz

Please i would like to ask for comments, bad or good ones please let me know who can i do better.

(Sorry for my inglish, trying to learn so it goes better)
Thank you


Mark the shark Posted: Jan 7th 2008

Hello, Sebas. Nice to meet you. I am going to upload more drawings and animations.;)


mrpianokeys Posted: Jan 13th 2008

hello, sebas i am mr piano keys and i can play the piano, nice to meet you keep up the brilliant work in animation


Mark the shark Posted: Jan 13th 2008

Yes, keep up the good work!:)


conty Posted: Jan 13th 2008

sebas, i have just watched all 4 of your films and rodas was the best, it was very good, liked how the wave came up over the wall and soaked him on his bike, i also like your models, the way you manage to keep them clean while animating, great job:)


Mark the shark Posted: Jan 14th 2008

I haven't seen them. I'm gonna try now!;)


vicster821 Posted: Jan 20th 2008

I've been cross-stitching lately. I've wanted to cross-stitch some W+G stuff, but I don't want to get in trouble for copyright rules.

Anyone know anything about copyright?


katie Aardman Staff Posted: Jan 21st 2008

Hi vicster821, as long as you are doing a personal project (and not selling any W&G things that you make) you shouldn't have any problems. If you take a photo of your finished creation you could also enter it in our competition! http://wallaceandgromit.com/creations/


Modelmaker93 Posted: Feb 11th 2008

i have done a cross stich before i will upload it soon


purple and brown Posted: Feb 11th 2008

i love aardman aking plastercene models and making anamations!!!


Sebas Posted: Feb 14th 2008

One more done. This film is called Black in White, and it is an animation film. Hope you all like it.

http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=6yKe6Ypk_pw

Enjoy!

(Pls make me know if i can or not put videos that are nothing about W&G, i just never know and makes me feel a bit bad when i put my videos here):D


cinders1 Posted: Feb 15th 2008

mr pianiokeys would like your animation, good job at keeping those keys white with black fingers:Owell done:)



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manojjangid Posted: Feb 13th 2009

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yianni Posted: Apr 1st 2012

katie answer to my buddy request please




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