October 3-4th was a crazy 24 hours. A group of creatives gathered and participated in a draw-a-thon that covered 24-straight hours from concept to completion. The following images take you through the process I traveled in my 24-hr window. And yes, the train came off the rails in the wee hours. :-)
Text reads, "It began in the summer of 1990... -Scott McCloud" Page 1 of 24; Sat. 10-11am
Settling down to the task at hand, trying to create some parameters for myself by establishing some history of the event & finally showing that I'm just this side of crazy to think I can do this thing.
Page 4 of 24; Sat. 1-2pm Text reads, "WHERE: According to the page www.24hourcomicsday.com, 'on this day creative folks take on the challence: to create a 24 page comic book story [normally months worth of work] in 24 straight hours.' This gathering of like minded creatives has taken place since 2004. Although the 24 hour comics day is an international celebration, I've only participated with the Minneapolis location at MCBA [MN Center for Book Arts]" The monster comment, "Behind these doors MAGIC happens. "