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NOW TV saves lockdown with free Morph workshop hosted by Wallace and Gromit animator


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Wallace and Gromit model maker Jim Parkyn is hosting a Morph workshop (Picture: BBC)

NOW TV is coming in to save lockdown 2.0 and have partnered with studio Aardman with a free workshop – hosted by a Wallace and Gromit animator.

To celebrate the release of a new series, The Epic Adventures of Morph, fans will be able to make their own Morph figures.

Model maker and sculptor Jim Parkyn will be running a live online session, a perfect activity for children staying safe during the pandemic.

Or those of us who have run out flour or completed every puzzle in sight.

Seeing as he’s created animations for Chicken Run, Shaun the Sheep and Wallace and Gromit for decades, we can’t think of anyone better to teach us.

The live workshops will be running on Thursday, November 12, at 4pm and 6pm, and tickets are free.

If you fancy a fun, creative afternoon, register for a ticket at EventBrite and they’ll send a worksheet for you to download and follow along – but you’ll need modelling clay or plasticine, cotton reels, pencils and a jam jar lid.

Morph and sidekick Chas have been reunited with Delilah, Grandmorph and the Very Small Creatures in the new series, streamed on NOW TV and Sky Kids, after around 40 years.

They’ll be jetting off for more wild antics and hitting the ‘wider world’ for the first time ever.

Bosses have promised that their adventures are ‘bigger and bolder’ than anything we’ve ever seen before.

The Epic Adventures of Morph is available to stream on NOW TV now.


Credit: Original article published here.

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