WonderCon artists challenge: How fast can you draw the Flash?
Artists in Artists’ Alley at WonderCon take the challenge to see how fast they can draw the Flash.
This past weekend we cruised the aisles of Artists’ Alley looking for comic book creatives who would be willing to take on a creative challenge. Specifically we wanted to know how fast these pros could whip up an image of DC Comics’ super fast super, the Flash.
Professional comic artists Bill Sienkiewicz and Annie Wu, cartoonists, painters and illustrators from all around stepped up to the plate, and we captured it all on camera.
Here’s the collection of creators who allowed us to film them drawing the Flash in a flash:
Patrick Ballesteros - Illustrator
Dan Goodsell - Creator of “The World of Mr Toast”
Annie Wu - Artist on “Black Canary” and storyboard artist for “The Venture Bros.”
Rick Kitagawa - Visual artist and silk-screen printer
Ray-Anthony Height - Creator of “Midnight Tiger”
Timothy Prettyman - Illustrator
Bill Sienkiewicz - Artist for “The New Mutants,” “Elektra: Assassin” and more
Drawing of the Flash by Patty McPancakes at WonderCon 2016.(Patty McPancakes )
Drawing of the Flash by Tim Prettyman at WonderCon 2016.(Tim Prettyman)
Drawing of the Flash by Bill Sienkiewicz at WonderCon 2016.(Bill Sienkiewicz )
Drawing of the Flash by Dan Goodsell at WonderCon 2016.(Dan Goodsell)
Drawing of the Flash by Ray-Anthony Height at WonderCon 2016.(Ray-Anthony Height)
Drawing of the Flash by Annie Wu at WonderCon 2016.(Annie Wu)
Drawing of the Flash by Patrick Ballesteros at WonderCon 2016.(Patrick Ballesteros )
Drawing of the Flash by Rick Kitagawa at WonderCon 2016.(Rick Kitagawa)
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