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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.
In addition, the event included an "Artist's Alley" exhibit of original production cels and editions created by well-known professional artists like Mikimoto, as well as hobbyists, an art auction and an exhibit hall where dealers sold anime and manga products ranging from toys, DVDs and videos to animation cels, fine art prints and posters.
Special packaging for the sets of "Dastardly & Muttley in Their Flying Machines: The Complete Series" and "The Perils of Penelope Pitstop: The Complete Series" will be presented in limited edition 3-disc box sets, which will include an animation cel from each series, adding additional value to the products.
Photo: Tonight's auction of a rare ``Snow White and the Seven Dwarfs'' animation cel will benefit Childrens Hospital of Los Angeles.
Coast-To-Coast Animation CEL-ebration: At this affiliate-presented animation station, kids will become real-life animators as they color animation cels of Hercules, star of the popular series Disney's Hercules which airs daily on Toon Disney.
Time Warner and Cartoon Network also will donate 50 half-hours of original Hanna-Barbera masters to the museum's animation archives, plus a large commemorative animation cel for public display.
Also, this is the first animated feature film since Princess Mononoke (1997) to be created and painted on traditional animation cels.
For example, color temperature oscillates from frame to frame, the protagonist's lazing about is just a bit too staccato, and the edges of the animation cels are often visible.
The evolution has caused Animazing to change from an exclusive animation art gallery destination to a store that combines traditional animation cels, ranging in price up to $40,000 for a "Lady and the Tramp" cel, to "fine art that is fun," such as interpretive "Peanuts" paintings by Tom Everhart and the "Secret Art" of Dr.
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.
At least 18 animation cels worth a total of pounds 20,000 were taken from the film's central London production HQ.