Every year and I participate in the Comic Creators for Freedom fundraiser to combat the modern slavery of human trafficking. They create a theme and have a wide selection of comic creators do images on that theme for a huge art-jam wallpaper.
This year, the theme was "Awkward School Photo," and we immediately thought of Kid Quick as the perfect choice. This would be a photo from her middle-school years (probably 6th grade, so she'd be around 11 years old here). She's such a bundle of constant energy that she can't sit still long enough for the photograph to take. It's a good thing her parents also had super-speed; I don't know how a normal parent could deal with a hyper-active little speedster girl.
If you would like to donate to the CCF charity drive, you can learn more at their website comiccreatorsforfreedom.com/ Any donation gets you the art-jam wallpaper, and it's quite the hoot to see. 100% of the proceeds of this drive go to Love146, an excellent charity you can read more about here: www.love146.org/
Awesome work! I love the "speedster" visual effect.
It was one of the most important visual effects we had to learn for the comic. If you're going to have somebody with super speed as a main character, you have got to be able to make it look cool.
She's the adorabubble speedster.
It's half school photo, half Jacob's Ladder.