Win a prize with your judo artwork!
Each month, the judoka who sends us what we consider to be the brightest / most imaginative / funniest / most brilliant piece of art will win a Hajime Judo Suit.
Click here to see the Dojo Art Gallery.
All winners will be notified, and the prize will be sent directly to your judo coach who will present it to you when you are able to return to judo.
We promise to publish every single piece of artwork we receive in the Dojo Art Gallery. What are you waiting for? This is your moment of glory!
The winner of the March star prize is: Sophie, from Kanowkai Judo.Well done Sophie! You have won a judo suit!
Do you want to have a go? Send us your judo art before the next deadline to be in with a chance of winning a prize.
Thank you to all the judoka who have sent in entries so far!
We will announce next month’s winner on May 1st 2020.
Entries so far for this month of April are:
We love Hannah’s drawing of Blushido, Uchi Banani and Tommy Nagy – the detail is impressive, with even the green and yellow tatami of her club Bishops Storford captured perfectly.
Keisha ❤️ Judo! Thank you Keith for this brilliant pencil sketch of a contest.
Thanks Ame, for this great sketch of Uchi Banani – we love it! Good luck with your judo.
Well done Paisley! Three fantastic drawings that bring a smile to our face. Thank you for sending them in, Paisley. You are the first judo artist in the Koka Kids Dojo Art Gallery!
Together we will beat this! Too right Sophie. This drawing of Uchi Banani, Tommy Nagy and Yoshi underneath a beautiful rainbow and sun is brilliant – thank you for sending it in! 🌟
Millie’s picture of brings hope and happiness in these uncertain times. A brilliant sketch of Uchi Banani, too! Thank you Millie!
Thank you Patrick! We love this sketch of Uchi Banani kneeling ready to bow and start a Adapative and Enjoyable Day!
A lot of effort has gone into this drawing by Hannah of Thursday’s Throw Down! Thanks for sending it in, Hannah – we thinks it’s great!
For your entry to be valid, you must use a page from How to draw the Koka Kids – this book is free to download.