- May 13, 2016
Samurai Jack already used digital ink and paint from the start.I was curious that Babar have switched to digital ink and paint animation for the final season of the show.
Also, I was just saying for the last time, Episode 66 of Cyborg Kuro-chan used digital ink and paint while all 65 episodes used cel animation.
I guess, some Oh Yeah! Cartoons shorts/episodes used digital ink and paint animation while others used cel animation for this.
And probably for Samurai Jack that it used cel animation for the first season? Later switched to digital ink and paint animation, but this already used this at the start.
And none of the episodes of Whatever Happend to... Robot Jones? used digital ink and paint animation as due to the show was in cel animation (this was the last Cartoon Network show to use this).
And I didn't know that Mickey Mouse Works shorts/episodes used digital ink and paint animation while others used the cel animation.
Speaking of this, none of the Dilbert episodes used digital ink and paint animation.
I don't know if there was a Aladdin Disney TV show episode that used digital ink and paint animation instead of cel animated.
And for the Doug Disney TV show, maybe probably used digital ink and paint later for this or not.
But all the Super Mario episodes looked more like they were on cels to me.Well, I was just saying, Many Oh Yeah! Cartoons shorts/episodes used cel animation while others used digital ink and paint animation. The Fairly OddParents originally used cel animation for the Oh Yeah! Cartoons shorts until it was switched to digital ink and paint starting with the first episode The Big Problem when it became a series until switched to flash animation for the last 13 episodes on season 10.
And I agreed that Babar switched from cel animation to digital ink and paint animation starting with the sixth season.
And I didn't know there were more The Super Mario Bros. Super Show! episodes that used digital ink and paint (including Jungle Fever, Robo Koopa, etc.)
Yeah, it looks like it was cel animation for me since then.But all the Super Mario episodes looked more like they were on cels to me.
Obviously, "Babar"'s sixth season was digitally colored (as you've stated many times before). I've noticed you have barely taken into account not only the 9 (nine!) year gap between the seasons, but also the fact that this season is sometimes considered as a separate show from other five "seasons". Also, by 1997 Nelvana has stopped using cels in new productions.And the Babar episode "The Departure" is the first episode to use digital ink and paint animation, I know it!
Episode 440 (June 15, 2002) and onwards are definitely all digital ink.Anyone more well-versed in the show know exactly when Shin-chan switched from cels to digital? Because it happened at some point, though because FUNi mixed and matched from various seasons when licensing the show, I'm not exactly sure when the switchover occurred.
Thanks for the info. Looking at the episodes, I saw five episodes from the first season done on cels as well.By the way, the only other series I know to have experienced the inverted case is the 1994 "Fantastic Four" series - the show was digitally colored in Season 1, but switched to cels in Season 2.