The creators of Wallace and Gromit’s close friend, Shaun The Sheep will show how his adventures come to life at the Eden Project this half term (February 13-21).
A team of animators from Aardman will be helping to show visitors how his adventures are created.
Visitors will be able to work with them in a workshop and learn how to make their very own characters.
During the week, they can follow an activity sheet around the site to find items for their own make-believe Shaun The Sheep episodes. A set from the show will be on display in the Mediterranean Biome with characters from the series. â€¨â€¨Part of the fun will be to add to a giant plasticine globe that is being created by the Eden and Aardman teams and then make models and trees to decorate the world.
Lucy Wendover, Aardman spokesperson said: ‘We can’t wait to see Shaun and his farmyard buddies at the Eden Project in February.â€¨â€¨ They’ve been working flat out on set for the last 18 months shooting their second series of adventures which is now airing every afternoon on BBC1 and this will be a welcome change of scenery.”
For the Aardman modelling sessions, visitors are asked to book in advance by calling 01726 811972. Each session costs £2 on top of the normal admission price.
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