Comic Mint is the Premiere Gallery for Pop-Culture Collectibles. Specialists of Simpsons Animation Art since 1993, as well as other rare animation, and a magnificent selection of original comic book artwork by some of the world’s leading artists! Frog Model Sheet (1995). Hand Painted Limited Edition Cel. Frog, from the classic Chuck Jones cartoon “One Froggy Evening”. Considering the fact that this rangy reptile appeared in only this one theatrical short, his success and recognizability are nothing short of phenominal. This cel and model sheet background capture many of the key poses and attitudes of the character chosen to serve as mascot for the Warner Bros. In the world of animation, a model sheet is a collection of drawings of a specific character used to show his varying attitudes and characteristics. This cel began with a master inking (from the animation) which was then silk-screened onto an acetate sheet (or “cel”) along with the Warner Bros. Each cel was then expertly hand-painted on the reverse side. The background drawings were adapted from an original Michigan J. Frog model sheet from Warner Bros. The edition number was hand-inked on each cel in a special edition size of only 750, released in 1995. Upon completion of the edition, the original artwork was archived. Each piece measures 16″ inches across x 13″ inches in height (unframed). It is applied to a Fine Art lithographic background. The cel has the official Warner Brothers gold seal (lower corner), and is accompanied with the Studio Certificate of Authenticity. We are an AUTHORIZED Studio Gallery! All sales are final. The item “MICHIGAN J FROG MODEL SHEET RARE WARNERS Ltd Ed Hand Painted CEL” is in sale since Sunday, July 29, 2018. This item is in the category “Collectibles\Animation Art & Characters\Animation Art\Limited Editions”. The seller is “comic-mint” and is located in Burbank, California. This item can be shipped worldwide.
- Artwork Type: Ltd Ed Cel-unsigned
- Studio/Show: Warner Bros
- Age: 1970-Now
- Country/Region of Manufacture: United States