Nick Park considers reviving Wallace and Gromit

British animator Nick Park has revealed he's been considering reviving Wallace and Gromit.

Nick Park considers reviving Wallace and Gromit

Nick Park is considering reviving Wallace and Gromit.

The 60-year-old animator is most famous for creating the clay animation comedy series, which led to multiple film successes - including 'A Grand Day Out', 'The Wrong Trousers' and 'A Close Shave' - and Nick has now revealed he's been contemplating returning to the stories.

He confessed: "I've just been taking a bit of a break and being slightly off the radar for a bit. But I can't stop.

"I've been mulling over and writing ideas. I'd love to come back to Wallace and Gromit, for example. But for me, they'll always be there. And I can't help but think of ideas for them. They're my first love really."

Nick explained why he particularly relishes working with the characters.

He told Collider: "I remember when I discovered with Gromit, if I just move his brow up-and-down, it sort of said everything. You suddenly imagine the ... he had a voice and an expression and a whole personality.

"It's somehow ... clay enabled me to just be very simple and basic with him. And I feel like Gromit was born from clay, really.

"If I could design him on a computer screen, I know you can do fantastic CG animation, as so many people prove it - but for me, it just works as clay. And in a way, that helps now single us out from everything else that's around."

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