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PC David Rathband clocked on for duty at the police station in Newcastle where he worked at 4pm on 3rd July 2010. He never officially finished his shift though because immediately after midnight on 4th July his car was approached by Raoul Moat who shot him with a backlash having a sawn off shot gun. On Saturday 10th March 2012 his twin brother Darren escorted his body to St Nicholas Cathedral in Newcastle for any memorial service, the hearse with David's body inside and displaying an orange floral tribute reading "Tango 190", which has been PC David Rathband's police call sign, stopped outside his police station on route to ensure his twin brother could walk inside lastly clock him far from his shift some 20 months later, something that David had wanted a great deal to do for himself. We all remember traditional animation, that was carried out with hand drawn art. A group of animators illustrated and colored the photos on celluloid. The celluloid was transparent sheets, the location where the hand drawings were transferred. Each of these "cells", as they were called, were then photographed individually using a super 8 or Oxford camera. Whew ! Lots of work? Well eventually, technology has allowed animators to make use of CGI or Computer Generated Imagery to change the "painful" frustrating work of the past.