Tuesday, April 7, 2009
Aardman has teamed up with Firebox.com for a new stop-motion contest. The animation must be focused on the world of Aardman's Morph and be two minutes or less.The contest is open to all ages and will end April 30. Firebox will pick the five best animations, then post them on Aardman's YouTube page. From there Aardman will pick the best one out of the bunch.
First place prize is a framed, signed sketch by Peter Lord of a scene from the winning film. The second place prize is a copy of Stop Motion Pro6.5 High Definition software (as used by Aardman), and an Animation Station. The runners-up get an Animation Station.
You can check out the the official rules and the entries here.
Posted by Jared at 4:01 PM