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Cartoon Video Production

Cartoons have been an integral part of entertainment since the early days of cinema, where the weekend matinee shows often played Disney animations like Mickey Mouse and Donald Duck, and Tom and Jerry by Warner Brothers. Considering that these characters were ‘born’ in the 1930s, it is a feat in itself that they are still just as popular today, since the early cartoon video production was not as evolved as it is today.

The early cartoon video production involved hand-drawing each of the 24 frames that made up a second’s worth of the film. This tedious job was considerably eased when Earl Hud devised the animation cel, where each individual character was made on a separate ‘cel’ and all the components of the scene were then merged together. This did away with drawing a static background again and again, since one background cel could be used in all the frames.

By the time the 40’s ended, cartoons had become a staple on television. This meant that the cartoon video production had to happen faster to fulfil the weekly demand. This led to the drawings, form, and movement becoming less refined, and voice-overs filling up some of the gaps in the visuals.

Today, Cartoon video production has become faster and more realistic and natural because of computer animation. The tedium associated with mass producing cels has been done away with by making the computers do all the monotonous work. Today’s cartoon video production requires animators that are not just trained in graphics and drawing but also computer software programs.

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