WATCH – Larry Hama draws Snake Eyes from G.I. Joe

Larry Hama, the mastermind who created the G.I. Joe universe we all love, did a live drawing session during the Asian-Americans in Comics discussion panel at MoCA, where he was asked to draw Snake Eyes! Here is a time lapse of that drawing, which in real time took roughly less than 10 minutes from start to finish.

If you want to see the full drawing done in real time, along with the other artists participating, watch that in the video of the full panel at this link here –

This event was filmed at the Museum of the Chinese in America in downtown Manhattan, NYC. Head to to learn more about their museum and how you can support their organization.

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