Cel

A cel, short for celluloid, is a transparent sheet on which objects are drawn or painted for traditional, hand-drawn animation. Actual celluloid (consisting of cellulose nitrate and camphor) was used during the first half of the 20th century, but since it was flammable and dimensionally unstable it was largely replaced by cellulose acetate. With t...
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Cel

[goddess] Cel was the Etruscan goddess of the earth. On the Etruscan calendar, the month of Celi (September) is likely named for her. Her Greek counterpart is Gaia and her Roman is Tellus. In Etruscan mythology, Cel was the mother of the Giants. A bronze mirror from the 5th century BC depicts a theomachy in which Celsclan, `son of Cel,` is ...
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Cel

[programming language] Cel is an object-oriented prototype-based programming language based on Self which was heavily influenced by Smalltalk. The goal was to create a version of Self that would run under a lot of operating systems without strong ties to the Self GUI for development. For example, one could create a simple command line appli...
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cel

A cel is the plastic sheet, either cellulose acetate or cellulose nitrate, that animated characters are painted on. In practice, the term cel has come to mean that plastic sheet in combination with the outline and coloring of a character, object, and/or special effect. Outlines can be either hand-inked or xerographically transferred to the sheet of...
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Cel

A hand drawn sheet representing a single animation frame, usually made of a clear material like cellulose.
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cel

A hand drawn sheet representing a single animation frame, usually made of a clear material like cellulose.
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cel

A unit of velocity; 1 cm per second. ... Origin: L. Celer, swift ... (05 Mar 2000) ...
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CEL

Check Engine Lamp (replaced with MIL)
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cel

during the early years of modern anime, each anime show and movie was mostly hand-drawn, colored, and put together using thousands of animation cels made by the original animators. In the early 2000s, all animation studios switched to digital animation and cels were no longer necessary. Nowadays anime cels function solely as collectors' items and c...
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cel

traditional: a sheet of clear plastic on to which artwork is painted. A scene would be composed of up to 6 or so layers (levels) of cel.
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cel

Type: Term Pronunciation: sel Definitions: 1. A unit of velocity; 1 cm per second.
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