Frame-by-frame animation is a hand-drawn technique that can be used as a narrative resource for some projects. This animation occurs when the visual perception of an object continues for a while after the rays of light coming from it have stopped entering the eye, creating the illusion of movement. Unlike digital animation, this technique is time intensive and requires more extensive pre-production. The process can require up to a week of work to obtain four seconds of material. We have conducted countless tests using this technique in an effort to explore and play with narrative resources and create entirely new ones.