We all know what it's like to be an artist. If you're a writer, then you'll easily relate to spending days on blank papers with no guarantee of coming up with a great story. Here's the catch, if the same writer would participate in a competition where he has to write a short story in just 10 minutes, trust me, he'll most probably write the best story of his life, at least better than other writers who would participate in that competition.
When they're not working under any condition, artists usually spend hours in fine tuning their art, however, Mark Crilley decided to challenge his fellow illustrators. The rules were simple - Each illustrator would pick one character and has to design the same character by hand in 10 secs, 1 mins, and the final version in 10 minutes.
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