Good to perfect cel condition. Why does this cel / production drawing not have a certificate of authenticity? The reason why many pieces do not have certificates of authenticity is because they are not official studio releases. Often times cels and production drawings are gifted to animators that worked on the project. Even more often, cels and production drawings are rescued from the trash by animators or people that stumble upon them.
Despite the piles of production drawings and cels that get created, unless there is an official release by the studio, most of the market is dominated by pieces that have no certificates of authenticity, because they enter the market through inauthentic means. Is their counterfeit production art? Luckily, the animation art market is fairly niche, and counterfeiting animation cels and production art almost never occurs. It is also difficult to counterfeit production art, given that cels and production drawings will show their age quite clearly. In addition, the quality of art on a cel or production drawing will usually have all the signatures of being produced by a studio.
Extremely detailed scene matching artwork, properly formatted animator's notes, movement annotations, and complex cel layouts are all hallmarks of authentic pieces. The general consensus is that it is too difficult to try to create convincing counterfeits. We have firm confidence here at Hunter Animation Gallery in our ability to provide only authentic production art, but if you have any questions about any piece, please send them our way. Should I be concerned about damage? In many cases, production art does have damage.
Although damage (which comes in the form of bends, folds, warping, rippling, small rips, discoloration, ink spots, and production drawings stuck to cels) is perhaps less than desirable, it is also quite common, and part of the nature of production art. Often times Cels are left to sit on top of each other for years, and are left in unfavorable conditions. This leads to minor damage being prevalent in the majority of animation art you will see.The most undamaged art usually comes from official studio releases, when the art was stored properly with the intention of public releases. However, even in cases such as that, the animation process is such a haphazard and fast paced thing, that you will often find pieces that are cut apart and reassembled by the studio. If you have any questions, or require any further photos of the pieces before purchasing, please send us a message. The item "Loony Tunes Production Cel Farmer and Chickens 68-69" is in sale since Tuesday, January 26, 2021. This item is in the category "Collectibles\Animation Art & Merchandise\Animation Art".
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