@Ganthetsward20: That's the beauty. They never have any prep time. I ask them if they'll do it ahead of time but don't tell them who or what they'll draw.
Here's links to the past installments:
I thought it was interesting that more than one of them thought of Iron Man rollerskating down the track. I was hoping for one more mundane picture though, of IM actually sitting in the rollercoaster car, with real proportions, instead of the big head that the first guy drew. I'm always curious if they can draw the hero in something besides an action pose (i.e. sitting down or laying on a park bench).
I have to report a minor problem with the video player: after pausing the clip for more than a minute or so, the sound disappears and only refreshing the page brings it back. I double checked if the problem was with my browser and/or the installed flash player, but everything seems to be okay on my side.
I love to see their reactions to the challenge, you can just see the gears working and the smoke coming out of their ears some times
the "WHaaaa....?!" reactions are awesome
And it's nice to see how some of the guys work. pencil to markers, some ink wash, some just flat out go to the big black sharpie, good stuff to learn with
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