A few weeks back we had the wonderful experience of viewing the Aardman exhibition here in Melbourne where I saw one of my favourite characters of all time: Morph.
I've been thinking about this character from my childhood and realised that one of the greatest things about Morph is that he was always willing to try and this is the most important aspect of art and creativity that it doesn't need to be perfect. What matters is that we try.
A friend arranged a clay Stop Motion class which the children throughly enjoyed.
|Nathaniel and "The Vommit Monster"|
|The Production Crew|
|Vomit Monster Demise|
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This weeks Feature
This weeks feature is a tutorial from over at Temple of Notice and Wonder a step by step Kandinsky inspired art drawing.
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