HOW CARTOONS ARE MADE.
1. The Storyboard
A funny story is created and drawn on a storyboard in cartoon form.
The right voices are recorded reading the dialogue.
Key drawings are made, then "in-betweens" drawings make the characters move.
4. Cel Painting
"Cel" is short for celluloid. After the background is painted, the underside of each photocopied cel is also painted.
5. Camera Work
Photographs are made of the animation and background, one frame at a time. It takes 24 frames to create a single second of film.
The editor matches the dialogue to the picture and adds appropriate music and sound effects.