An early Christmas present from our favourite Bristol claymation geniuses.
Aardman Animations have released a brand-new YouTube episode of the beloved Morph for the festive season.
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Fans of Shaun the Sheep can watch sculptures of the Aardman Animations character come to life from today.
Ahead of an art trail in Bristol next summer, a unit at the Galleries Shopping Centre in the city centre is being used as a studio.
Local artists will be transforming the blank sheep canvasses into works of art.
Bristol animators Aardman have announced the release date for their new film Shaun the Sheep. It'll have its world premiere in London on the January 25th and open nationwide on the Friday the February 6th.
Bristol company Aardman have released the full trailer for the Shaun the Sheep movie, which is due in cinemas in February 2015.
The film sees Shaun and his friends head to the big city on an adventure to rescue their farmer after a prank goes wrong.
It's based on Aardman's popular children's television series and sees Justin Fletcher reprise his role as lead character Shaun.
Meanwhile John Sparkes voices Bitzer, the farmer's loyal sheepdog.
The movie opens in UK cinemas on February 6, 2015.
Bristol-based Aardman animation's well-loved characters Shaun the Sheep and Timmy are to help children across the globe learn English.
The British Council has teamed up with the animators to create stories and films for children under six-years-old. They'll start being used in Singapore and Chile later this year.
Bristol-based studio Aardman Animations have released a new trailer for the upcoming Shaun the Sheep feature film, due out next spring.
Labour leader Ed Miliband has admitted to a likeness with "Wallace" from the popular "Wallace and Gromit" films, made by Bristol's Aardman Animations.
But he says politics rather than his image is what is important to him.
In a wide-ranging speech to the Royal Institute of British Architects he said:
I am not from central casting. You can find people who are more square-jawed, more chiselled, look less like Wallace.
Aardman's Shaun the Sheep has been voted the Nation's favourite children's TV character.
Animators at Patchway in South Gloucestershire are busy working on a new Shaun film. Laura Makin Isherwood has visited the studios and spoken to the director of the feature, Richard Starsak.
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Bristol animation Shaun the Sheep has topped a poll of the nation's favourite children's TV cartoon characters.
Created by Aardman Animations, who also made Wallace and Gromit, Shaun beat Postman Pat and Sooty & Sweep in the Radio Times survey. They came second and third respectively.