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Ed Templeton "transistor Sect" Set Of 3 Original Animation Cels For Sale
"Transistor Sect" set of 3 original animation cels.
Pencil and ink on paper
8 1/2" x 11" inches
In 1998, Ed Templeton directed / produced his first animated short film featuring his trademark Toy Machine character "Transistor Sect". The animated short appeared in his Toy Machine skate-video classic "Jump Off A Building".
Offered here are the three key-frame animation "cels" which were used in the film. These are not prints, they are the original frames used for the film, hand drawn with pencil and ink on paper, and measure 8.5" x 11" (inches) each.
Meticulously designed by Ed Templeton and crafted by artist Andrew Jeffrey Wright under Templeton's supervision, these are the only original elements from the film known to still exist.
They are framed and ready to hang together as a series. These key frames were saved because they represent the arc of the animation narrative storyline.
This set represents a unique piece of skate subculture and animation history, as it was Templeton's first venture into animation shot on film. His subsequent animated shorts were completed on digital formats, and so cels simply do not exist for them. This offer is truly one-of-a-kind.
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Ed Templeton "transistor Sect" Set Of 3 Original Animation Cels : $1,650