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These were made for the animators for reference, to make consistant animation cels of the characters as far as faces, hairstyles, makeup, facial expressions, fashions, buildings, vehicles, instruments and more. Will Meugniot designed atleast some of them, and Barb Raush and Romeo Tanghal inked them and perhaps designed some aswell.

All of the model cels were numbered with the episode they first appeared in 5205-01 until 5205-66. 5205 means it's part of Jem, and the number after the hyphen tells us what episode it was designed for. Most of the cels featuring fashions, also had another specific number, for example "JR-16" means "Jerrica" and fashion number 16. Some were marked with "Song #" and a number, which was meant it was part of a music video, or "Sc." and a number, which referred to specific scene.

Shorts:
Jerrica = "JR".
Jem = "J".
Kimber = "K".
Aja = "A".
Shana = "SH".
Raya = "RY".
Rio = "R"/"Rio".
Pizzazz = "P".
Roxy = "R"/"RX".
Stormer = "ST".
Jetta = "JA".
Clash
Eric = "E"
Synergy
Riot = RT
Rapture = "RAP".
Minx = "MX".
Lindsey Pierce = "Lindsey Pierce".
Video = "V".
Danse = "DS".
Astral = "Astral".
Regine = "REG".

However, before the first five episodes were re-animated with some new scenes, they had the numbers 4041 until 4045. And the practice of giving each model cel a unique number had not necessarily began when the first five episodes were made, so those fashions that later re-appeared in the series, didn't get a unique number until then, and some were even re-designed after that.

Something funny I noticed is that sometimes they would use a previous model design and just redraw another fashion on the same body. And as for the animators, they sometimes used the actual model cel in the animation, because everything about the character and outfit is in the exact same position, like in scenes where Synergy creates a hologram of a new outfit over them.

If you have any model cels that aren't pictured here, you're more than welcome to share a picture by mail! Even if you don't want it displayed online, I'd very much like to see it.

Jerrica


[Picture by Eugene Ocasio]

JR-3, J-3

Designed for the episode "Starbright Part One: Falling Star".

JR-15 Swimm Suit

Designed for the episode "The World Hunger Shindig".


[Picture by silvrdrago]

JR-16

Designed for the episode "Adventure In China".

JR-17A

Designed for the episode "Adventure In China".

JR-25

Designed for the episode "In Search Of The Stolen Album".

JR-31

Designed for the episode "Glitter And Gold". Also says "sc.154-193".

Jem

J-19

Designed for the episode "Adventure in China". With a jacket.

J-19A

Designed for the episode "Adventure in China". Without the jacket.

J-46

Designed for the episode "Island Of Deception". The torn version of the dress, with flowers.

J-28

Designed for the episode "In Stitches".

J-32

Designed for the episode "The Rock Fashion Book".

J-39-A Garden party

Designed for the episode "Broadway Magic".


[Picture by silvrdrago]

Jem- transformed into fan at airport. (not a main fashion)

Designed for the episode "The Princess And The Singer". Never appeared in the cartoon.


[Picture by Jem's Space]

J-59

Designed for the episode "Glitter And Gold".

J-80

Designed for the episode "The Middle Of Nowhere".

Kimber

As you can probably tell, Kimber is by far the most common character to find model cels from. Then comes probably the Misfits (except for Jetta).


[Picture by Eugene Ocasio]

K-1 Turn Around

Designed for the episode "Starbright Part One: Falling Star".


[Picture by Eugene Ocasio]

K-3

Designed for the episode "Starbright Part One: Falling Star".


[Picture by silvrdrago]

K-6

Designed for the episode "Starbright Part One: 'Falling Star'".

K-12

Designed for the episode "Starbright Part 2: 'Colliding Stars'". This is not the coloring used in the episode.

K-13

Designed for the episode "The World Hunger Shindig".


[Picture by Kett's Cel Gallery]

K-14

Designed for the episode "The World Hunger Shindig".

K-15

Designed for the episode "The World Hunger Shindig".

Designed for the episode "Adventure In China".

K-18

Designed for the episode "Last Resorts".

K-20

Designed for the episode "Last Resorts".

K-25

Designed for the episode "In Stitches".

K-33 Stage

Designed for the episode "Broadway Magic".

K-33 Stage

Designed for the episode "Broadway Magic". But not with these colors (which the one to the version to the left has).

K-40

Designed for the episode "Hot Time In Hawaii".

K-46

Designed for the episode "The Princess And The Singer". The writer of the episode made a specific note that this outfit had to resemble the one of pincess Adriana, since they were supposed to look alike and be mixed up.

Kimber- Transformed into fan

Designed for the episode "The Princess And The Singer". Also says "(This is not a main fashion design)".


[Picture by jelk7078]

Song #1 Kimber pirate costume

Designed for the episode "Island Of Deception".

K-53

Designed for the episode "Intrigue At The Indy 500".

K-59

Designed for the episode "Culture Clash". Also says "Note: Kimber is wearing- blanket over outfit K-23".


[Picture by Jem's Space]

K-62

Designed for the episode "Glitter And Gold".

K-89

Designed for the episode "Rock N' Roll Express". Also says "Note: American Beauty".

K-51

Designed for the episode "Old Meets New".

K-38

Designed for the episode "Island Of Deception".

Aja


[Picture by Eugene Ocasio]

A-2

Designed for the episode "Starbright Part One: Falling Star".


[Picture by Eugene Ocasio]

A-3

Designed for the episode "Starbright Part One: Falling Star".


[Picture by Eugene Ocasio]

A-4

Designed for the episode "Starbright Part One: Falling Star".

A-57

Designed for the episode "Glitter And Gold".

A-68

Designed for the episode "Danse Time".

Shana

SH-N

Designed for the episode "The Beginning".


[Picture by Eugene Ocasio]

SH-2

Designed for the episode "Starbright Part One: Falling Star".

SH-59

Designed for the episode "Glitter And Gold". A fashion from the doll line called "Love's Not Easy".

Raya


[Picture by Eugene Ocasio]

Main Head Turn

Designed for the episode "Scandal".

RY-8

Designed for the episode "The Presidential Dilemma".


[Picture by Eugene Ocasio]

RY-2

Designed for the episode "Scandal". Also says "SC. 2-26, 50-59". The reason this has an earlier number is that the episode was actually made before the "The Talent Search" episodes.


[Picture by Eugene Ocasio]

Song #1 sc.8. Revealed from dressing rm.

Designed for the episode "Scandal".


[Picture by Kett's Cel Gallery]

Designed for the episode "Danse Time".

RY-32

Designed for the episode "The Middle Of Nowhere".

Rio


[Picture by Eugene Ocasio]

Designed for the episode "Starbright Part One: Falling Star".

Rio #4

Designed for the episode "Starbright Part One: Falling Star".

Rio as Holographic "Grade B" Movie Monster

Designed for the episode "Last Resorts", but never appeared in the episode. Instead another monster appeared, as a hologram over Rio's body. The monster that appeared instead bare only slight resemblance with this unused creature, with it's tentacles. An interesting note is that the monster that appeared, seems to fit better with the theme of the episode, a cave in the cold mountains, with it's fur. One might wonder why they originally drew a shellfish monster. Perhaps this episode originally took place at a beach and had another theme for the contest instead of skiing. They after all had several upcoming episodes featuring beaches like "Hot Time in Hawaii" and "Island of Deception" and no winter ones.

Pizzazz

P-12

Designed for the episode "The World Hunger Shindig".


[Picture by jelk7078]

P-16

Designed for the episode "Last Resorts".


[Picture by jemboyholland]

P-17

Designed for the episode "In Stitches".

P-25

Designed for the episode "Broadway Magic".


[Picture by silvrdrago]

P-26

Designed for the episode "Broadway Magic".


[Picture by jelk7078]

P-34

Designed for the episode "Hot Time In Hawaii".

P-36

Designed for the episode "Old Meets New".

P-41 Song

Designed for the episode "Hot Time In Hawaii".

Roxy


[Picture by silvrdrago]

RX-2

Designed for the episode "Disaster".

RX-6

Designed for the episode "Starbright Part 2: 'Colliding Stars'".

RX-10

Designed for the episode "The World Hunger Shindig".

RX-12

Designed for the episode "Last Resorts".

RX-14

Designed for the episode "Last Resorts".


[Picture by jemboyholland]

RX-16

Designed for the episode "In Stitches".


[Picture by Jem Animation]

RX-17

Designed for the episode "Rock Fashion Book". Althought it never showed up in the episode.

RX-25

Designed for the episode "Broadway Magic".

RX-26

Designed for the episode "Broadway Magic".

RX-32

Designed for the episode "Hot Time In Hawaii".

RX-33

Designed for the episode "Hot Time In Hawaii".

RX-43

Designed for the episode "Glitter And Gold".

RX-58

Designed for the episode "The Middle Of Nowhere".

Stormer

ST-9

Designed for the episode "Starbright Part Three: Rising Star".

ST-12

Designed for the episode "Adventure In China".

ST-21

Designed for the episode "The Music Awards Part 1".

ST-25

Designed for the episode "Broadway Magic".

ST-28

Designed for the episode "Island Of Deception".


[Picture by jelk7078]

ST-30

Designed for the episode "Hot Time In Hawaii".

ST-31

Designed for the episode "Hot Time In Hawaii".

ST-38

Designed for the episode "Hot Time In Hawaii".


[Picture by silvrdrago]

ST-33

Designed for the episode "Old Meets New".

Clash

The New Clash

Designed for the episode "Glitter And Gold".

Eric Raymond


[Picture by Eugene Ocasio]

Eric Raymond Turn Around #1

Designed for the episode "Starbright Part One: Falling Star".


[Picture by Eugene Ocasio]

Eric Raymond Turn-Arounds

Designed for the episode "Starbright Part One: Falling Star".


[Picture by Eugene Ocasio]

Eric Raymond Attitudes

Designed for the episode "Starbright Part One: Falling Star".

E-18

Designed for the episode "The Day The Music Died".

Synergy


[Picture by Eugene Ocasio]

Lindsey Pierce

Lindsey Pierce #2

Designed for the episode "The Jem Jam Part 1".

Video


[Picture by Eugene Ocasio]

Video turn around

Designed for the episode "Starbright Part One: Falling Star". One of the most interesting model cels of all, since it doesn't resemble the final look of the character.

V-7

Designed for the episode "Father's Day".

Danse


[Picture by Eugene Ocasio]

Danse


[Picture by Eugene Ocasio]

DS-3 w/cape

Designed for the episode "The Music Awards Part 2".

DS-5

Designed for the episode "The Jem Jam Part 1".

Rapture

RAP-4

Designed for the episode "Stingers Hit Town Part 2".

Minx

MX-4

Designed for the episode "Stingers Hit Town Part 2".

Astral

ASTRAL #1

Designed for the episode "That Old Houdini Magic".

Regine

REG-1

Designed for the episode "Straight From The Heart".

Jeff Wright

Jeff Wright-Motorcycle outfit w/ helmet

Designed for the episode "Glitter and Gold". Also says "Sc.24". This is the famous wrong colored hair, that caused him to have the wrong color in the episode aswell.

The Limp Lizards

"Limp Lizards" at Beach Bash

Designed for the episode "A Change Of Heart".

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