Anyone who has ever created art in a hurry probably knows the familiar feeling of diminishing returns as the sun gets higher and the due hour becomes close at hand. What you have "gained" in time you lose in productivity. The day before, you hadn't intended on spending all that time awake, doing, jack shit.
But a product appears. It may not have looked like your initial vision, the pacing may have inexplicably hastened in the last act, and you may have summarized where you meant to show. For all its collateral damage, you must respect the deadline for providing you that finish product.
This is what is so appealing about the 24 hour comic. I of course would have to produce a 24 page short story, but the idea is the same. For a more detailed explanation, click here
Restraints truly are tools of an artist.
Have any of you guys done this before? How should one prepare for this? When was a time you scrambled to make art, and how did it turn out?