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cel

(sel),
A unit of velocity; 1 cm per second.
[L. celer, swift]
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There was simply more of a supply than demand," says Leigh, relaying how galleries saw animation cels drop off in the late '90s.
Collector Francis Fung, who has been buying Japanese animation cels since 1989, was seriously shopping.
"What makes our program so successful is that unlike animation cels, which are locked into one scene and one moment in time, the viewer is seeing an image that is reminiscent of a scene as an artist's interpretation."
A DISNEYANA is wildly collected and top of the tree are the rare animation cels from the finest movies such as Snow White.
There are also numerous comics -- such as "Peanuts," "Little Nemo," "Krazy Kat," "Blondie," and "Prince Valiant" -- as well as many illustrations and animation cels. The oldest original dates back to the 1740s.
At least 18 animation cels worth a total of pounds 20,000 were taken from the film's central London production HQ.
Charlotte's Web Limited-edition animation cels, sculptures
The report, entitled The Art Market Report: The Market, The Industry, The Trends, covers unframed prints, framed prints, canvas reproductions, giclee, animation cels and original art.
And they have proven beyond a reasonable doubt that animation cels products.
As the last of the 220,000 animation cels are painted and photographed, and the voices of Jack Palance, John Cleese, Sandy Duncan, and Steven Wright are mixed with the last-minute sound effects, what is Rick Rich most proud of?
Johnson began night school to learn how to ink animation cels. "I didn't know how to draw, and they used these delicate little pens," Johnson explains, noting that if you did it wrong, the tip would break and splatter ink all over.
Seaside Gallery's Smith, for example, makes a regular practice of bringing Boy Scout and Girl Groups through for tours of her multiroom gallery, whose inventory ranges from antiquities to animation cels. (if visiting Seaside, be sure not to miss the Picasso, Chagall and Rembrandt originals.)