Artists at work. Creating the drawings. Filming the drawings. A fragment of the animated film "Polka".
|00:00:04:22||The interior of the studio. Artists at work.|
|00:00:07:10||A woman drawing. Close-up.|
|00:00:12:00||A man drawing. Close-up.|
|00:00:17:08||Cartoonists making silly faces in front of a mirror.|
|00:00:26:22||Capturing a drawing for the film.|
|00:00:41:03||Cartoon sailor dancing. Animation.|
|00:01:56:21||Closing credits: "POLISH FILM - Foreign Exchange ...".|
|00:00:00:22||Inscription: "Inside animated films studio". Drawings.|
Probably not everyone knows that there is a animated films studio in here. Work on producing a cartoon is a truly tedious and time-consuming act. The smallest change in motion requires a great number of drawings. To properly study the facial expressions of a character one has to have a face made of rubber. Each drawing is filmed separately. Several thousands of drawings, many months of work and patience will be handsomely rewarded with your single smile.