Original film cell & quot; If you know what I mean" - Tom Poes & Heer Bommel
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Note: in the cell animation technique, the maker draws the moving parts of the animation on transparent sheets, or “cells”. It takes 24 cells for one second of animation. The advantage is that fewer drawings are required, because the cells can be reused for the same movements. Cell animation was invented in the United States at the beginning of the 20th century. Thanks to Walt Disney, cartoons became a market product that had to be made quickly. To save time, this technique was devised, whereby moving parts and non-moving parts of the drawing are separated from each other. The animation is first drawn with pencil (line drawing) and then transferred to a clear transparent sheet (cell). Due to the transparency, several layers can be placed on top of each other. The line-out at the rear.
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