Original Hand-Painted Animated ArtArt Cels Swan (Sequence 11-3). This beautiful hand-painted, animated art cels is from the classic film, The Swan Princess. This is Sequence 11 Scene 3, when Derek chases Puffin and Odette through the woods, shooting arrows at them.
Authentic Art Cel Features:
• Each frame in this sequence consists of one piece, hand painted on celluloid paper with acrylic paint
• Each original art cel comes with Certificate of Authenticity and a complimentary print of the background art for framing
• Each art cel measures 16" x 10.5" (40.64cm x 26.67cm)
• Each authentic art cell is securely shipped in a reinforced padded envelope
Please specify in the notes of your order the numerical code on the cel you want. With original art cels, the first number represents the sequence, the second number the scene and the third represents the cell number. Please select the number of the cell you want in the 'Special instructions for seller' area within the shopping cart. There are more available cels in this sequence that have not been included in the product images. Contact Princess Odette if you do not find what you are looking for, or if you have questions or comments about the Swan Princess Original Celluloid Hand-Painted Animated Art cels.
Do you know how animated films were made before computer graphics? Read all about the Animation Production Art process.
Before computer animation, every frame in animation was drawn by hand. 24 frames are required for one second of film. Most full-length, animated films required around one million drawings, including storyboards, backgrounds, pencil drawings and acrylic-painted cels.
All Swan Princess original hand-painted animated art cels were created by artists in our Burbank and Hollywood studios in the United States.
You have the option to add a mat to the original Swan Princess production art prior to shipping. Cels are matted in 4-ply mat board with backer board and placed in a resealable plastic bag - ready to frame, hang and enjoy!
ITEM: Art Cels Swan (Sequence 11-3)