As of late, �challenges� have been a dishonorable trademark of the Internet. From the painstakingly foolish �Tide Pod� Challenge, to the topical �Kylie Jenner lip� challenge, attention-seeking individuals are willing to try their hand at just about anything if it means they can get their 15 minutes. Fortunately, on the other end of the challenge fad spectrum lies talent-enhancing tests that highlight artistic aptitude. The speed drawing challenge, for instance, encourages artists to hone their creative abilities given a preset amount of time. Allotted 10 minute, 1 minute, and 10 second time intervals, the drawer selects one picture and, as the stakes become increasingly more difficult, replicate it to the best of their ability. No doubt an actual challenge, this draw-to-the-finish-line concept has fueled a number of creators to sharpen their skillset. The creations, as expected, generally begin with expertly crafted illustrations, followed by a hurried sketch, capped off with an indiscernible blob. Suffice it to say, commendable works of art require ample amount of time to craft. In light of the speed drawing challenge, artists have assimilated the time-sensitive nature of the challenge to clients� impossible deadlines. In fact, it�s spawned an entire phenomenon. People have taken to the Internet declaring that the speed drawing challenge bears a striking resemblance to �when clients want things done ASAP.� This lighthearted theme has evoked both unpleasant and cheery feelings among fellow freelancers and creators. For the most part, many have taken this opportunity to recount their most nightmarish client experiences. When it comes to submitting work for clients, there seems to be one undeniable trend: get the project done in an impossibly timely manner or your work will be deemed inadequate. What these austere clients fail to realize is that while a project may seem inherently rudimentary, artistic creation is never without its complexities. Finished products worth value are rooted in diligence, attentiveness, and tactfulness. Unfortunately, this concept is oftentimes lost on those who are demanding such rapid results.