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In modern animation, it is quite rare for actual "cels" to be used. A cel is basically a clear sheet of plastic (tri) acetate which has the original line drawing either hand painted on or copied onto it. It is then traditionally painted by hand by the animator before being photographed against the background onto film. In Balto this didn't happen as it is a lot quicker to scan the drawing onto computer and colour it digitally (see my cels page for more info).

However there is one type of cel that the studio did make but I will come back to that another time. Those who do have a "cels" (me included) have an after production cel that has been painted from the original production drawing by an animator but most likely not one that had worked on the movie. However they do look cool.. here are mine below.

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