I remember running out of middle green paint one Friday morning around 1997.
Chances are Cartoon Colour wouldn't be able to make the shipment for the weekend crew (cel painting -especially on commercials was often a seven day a week affair).
By that time New York Central Art Supply was the only place you could get the stuff locally. Pearl Paint still carried black and maybe white. F&B Ceco carried some other supplies like acetates but even those were in short supply.
So it was a little shocking to see this in Blick on Bond Street.
Maybe they think it's still 1998, it would have been in relatively high demand with Buzzco, Curious Pictures and Michael Sporn Animation all within a few blocks at the time -not to mention NYU's always interesting film animation program.
I wonder how much they Cel Vinyl they sell today and who's buying.