This is one of my best (most collectable) Cels.
A CEL (short for CELLULOSE) is the term used for the clear plastic that the image
is painted on. Cels come in many different types. Most of my cels, like this one,
are original production. That mean the this piece of plastic and paint was actually
used by the studio to produce the film. Disney animation fans
should look in the Disney News Group
Pencil sketch of Mickey Mouse from Mickey and the Bean Stalk.
This animation was originaly called The Legend of Happy Valley.
This is my first pencil sketch.
This is what a frame of a cartoon looks like before the lines are transfered to the plastic sheet.
Jimminy Cricket from an unknown Disney animation Circa. 1960
Goliath II, a rare Disney cartoon about a 6 inch tall elephant. If you know where I can find
a copy of this cartoon on video tape, please contact me.
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