This plane creation was commission by Millennia Institute
for their students and guests for their school opening.
2000 planes were made and given out as gifts. With this,
the school wishes to inspire the students to reach out for
what they aspire to be.
Red and blue, the two key colours from Millennia Institute's
logo was incorporated into the design. Alternate models
were also provided to encourage the students to come up
with their own creations.
Alternate model 1
Alternate model 2
Alternate model 3
Creation Contest Details:
- 3 most creative entries will each win a prize.
- Contest is only for students and staff of Millennia
- Design your own creations with only the elements
from the plane model. Contestants can use some or all
of the pieces for your creation.
- Contestants can submit more than one entries or
- Email photo/s of your creation/s to firstname.lastname@example.org
(in JPG or BMP format, not more than 800x600 pixels)
- Please include your name, class and theme if possible.
(Eg: Crab by XXX XXX, class XXXXX). Particulars of winning
contestants would be forwarded to staff of Millennia
- Winning entries will be published here at the end of the
contest. All submitted entries will be viewable after the
contest at a published link.
- Closing date is 31st May 2009.
To view all submitted entries, please select this link now.
Winners:(in no particular order of merit)
Fang Meiling, 07B5
Nur Aisah, 07S1
Tay Jor Din, 08B4
Congratulations to the above winners and a big thanks
to all the students for taking part in this contest.
All 3 winners have won a box of LEGO 50th Anniversary
Brick Set each. :)
Bonus: Alternate spacecraft model
Artist Side Notes: Thanks to Millennia Institute for this
meaningful commission and inviting me to have a sharing
session with the students. My special thanks to Mr Tan,
Ms Rohayah and Mr Lai for all their help and making this
Dreams and creativity have no limits. So let your imagination
take flight and strive for the best of what you can be,
students of Millennia Institute! Cheers!
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