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<span style="font:12px Arial, Verdana, Helvetica, sans-serif; font-weight:bold; font-weight:bold; "><em>Artist Submission</em></span><span style="font:12px Arial, Verdana, Helvetica, sans-serif; "><br /><br />Prof. Turtel Onli<br />onli@sbcglobal.net<br />773-726-1610<br /><br />Professor Turtel Onli, M.A.A.T.<br />Professional biography: "Father of the Black Age"<br />www.onlistudios.com<br /><br />&ldquo;My work has been influenced by everything and will continue to be. My focus has been to distinguish a set of concepts and design properties as a genre called Rhythmism. This adventurous intelligent contextualization would serve to take racism out of the discussion about the art derived from the Black or contemporary African experience. And focus on a future-primitive collective consciousness. Since the early 1970s I have successfully experimented with this innovation in fine and commercial art applications. Rhythmism and other innovations like it will prove to be the future of fine art. The visual arts are overdue for a true growth in its dialogue about itself. Meanwhile I have enjoyed my work.&rdquo;<br /><br />You can find out more about Onli and his artwork at the following Internet sites:<br />www.artoronli.blogspot.com<br />www.artofonli.blogspot.com<br />www.onlistudios.com</span> <span style="font:12px Arial, Verdana, Helvetica, sans-serif; font-weight:bold; font-weight:bold; "><em>Artist Submission</em></span><span style="font:12px Arial, Verdana, Helvetica, sans-serif; "><br /><br />Shawn Colvin<br />colvinshawn65@gmail.com<br />(202)437-8155<br /><br />My name is Shawn Colvin. I am a Treatment Coordinator and Recovery Coach at the Helping Up Mission in Baltimore city! I have been 5yrs. clean after 22yrs.of crack cocaine addiction. I also do motivational speaking, and have created a comic book about a homeless addict who discovers his inner power and potential. It is called "BLUEY KOOL". Created, written, penciled, inked, lettered, and colored by yours truly. My mission is to spread inspiration, hope, and belief in ones' self! Blessings to all!!!<br /></span> <span style="font:12px Arial, Verdana, Helvetica, sans-serif; font-weight:bold; font-weight:bold; "><em>Artist Submission</em></span><span style="font:12px Arial, Verdana, Helvetica, sans-serif; "><br /><br />MARCUS ASKINS<br />FREERUNNIN@HOTMAIL.COM	<br /><br />Just a brutha who scribbles every blue moon.</span> <strong><em>Artist Submission</em></strong><br /><br />Kenneth Gaynor<br /><span style="color:#0850CF;"><u><a href="mailto:Mrkgaynor@aol.com">Mrkgaynor@aol.com</a></u></span><br />786-443-0144<br /><br />G7 Comics a division of G7 Design Studio was formed by Kenneth Gaynor, Wilson Guillaume and Milton Howell. Being artists all their lives, Kenneth had a Goal to follow the footsteps of other great Indie Comic companies such as Image and Dark Horse, but unlike them G7 wanted to also produce animation films from independent creators.<br /><br />Growing up Ken used to read comics daily and would watch his brother, JR, draw. This inspire him to focus on his craft and find his own style of art. While always attending different comic conventions with friends (Wilson and Milton), Kenneth noticed that there were maybe a table or two that were true indie creators and 99% were main stream and rarely showing people of color. Never losing his true focus and passion for the comic book industry, Ken, with the help of his friends created G7 Comics, and his first character Nadia aka the Dark Child, please go to <span style="color:#0850CF;"><u><a href="http://www.g7comics.com/">www.g7comics.com</a></u></span> for more information <strong><em>Artist Submission</em></strong><br /><br />Kenneth Gaynor<br /><span style="color:#0850CF;"><u><a href="mailto:Mrkgaynor@aol.com">Mrkgaynor@aol.com</a></u></span><br />786-443-0144<br /><br />G7 Comics a division of G7 Design Studio was formed by Kenneth Gaynor, Wilson Guillaume and Milton Howell. Being artists all their lives, Kenneth had a Goal to follow the footsteps of other great Indie Comic companies such as Image and Dark Horse, but unlike them G7 wanted to also produce animation films from independent creators.<br /><br />Growing up Ken used to read comics daily and would watch his brother, JR, draw. This inspire him to focus on his craft and find his own style of art. While always attending different comic conventions with friends (Wilson and Milton), Kenneth noticed that there were maybe a table or two that were true indie creators and 99% were main stream and rarely showing people of color. Never losing his true focus and passion for the comic book industry, Ken, with the help of his friends created G7 Comics, and his first character Nadia aka the Dark Child, please go to <span style="color:#0850CF;"><u><a href="http://www.g7comics.com/">www.g7comics.com</a></u></span> for more information <strong><em>Artist Submission<br /></em></strong><br />Casanova Frankenstein<br />cnfrankenstein@gmail.com<br />512-921-8712<br /><br />Casanova Frankenstein was born to working class parents in the Chicago South-side neighborhood of the Jeffrey Manor. His home was located 11 blocks from the house where Richard Speck went on his nurse-killing rampage, and two miles from the city incinerator/dump. After leaving home at the age of 17 to attend Texas Tech University on a fine-arts scholarship, he learned the meaning of this word you humans call 'love'. In 1992 Cassie made Austin Texas, his home. The rest is horror-story. <strong><em>Artist Submission</em></strong><br /><br />Kirk Lindo<br />email:  <a href="mailto:kirk@howtopublishcomics.com">kirk@howtopublishcomics.com</a><br />phone:  <a href="tel:910-644-0891">910-644-0891</a><br /><br /><span style="font-size:12px; ">Kirk Lindo is an artist, author and Self-Publisher with over 200 comics, magazines and art books in print and digital distribution. He is also the creator of the original comic character, Rescueman. An action adventure hero who fights to protect the world from evil supernatural forces. Kirk began creating and publishing comics in the 4th grade when he would draw on pages of loose leaf paper, fold them, staple them and share the comics with his friends. This life long passion lead him later in life to become a student at the School of Visual Art in Manhattan, New York where he had the rare privilege of learning sequential art from comics legend, Will Eisner. After college Kirk held executive positions as an Art Director, Marketing Manager, Editor In Chief and Senior Vice President of Product Development for several advertising and publishing firms. Lindo also recently launched THE COMIC PUBLISHING BOOT CAMP on KICKSTARTER. A Step by Step Online Course on How to Publish Comics.<br /><br /></span><span style="font-size:12px; color:#0850CF;"><u><a href="https://www.kickstarter.com/projects/howtopublishcomics/comic-publishing-boot-camp-fall-2016-enrollment">https://www.kickstarter.com/projects/howtopublishcomics/comic-publishing-boot-camp-fall-2016-enrollment</a></u></span><span style="font-size:12px; "><br /><br />With several hundred books in print and digital distribution and more on the way, the future for this accomplished creator is looking brighter than ever. You can find his publications for sale on </span><span style="font-size:12px; color:#0850CF;"><u><a href="http://amazon.com/">Amazon.com</a></u></span><span style="font-size:12px; ">, </span><span style="font-size:12px; color:#0850CF;"><u><a href="http://barnesandnoble.com/">BarnesandNoble.com</a></u></span><span style="font-size:12px; ">, Kindle, Nook, iTunes and </span><span style="font-size:12px; color:#0850CF;"><u><a href="http://ebay.com/">Ebay.com</a></u></span> <strong><em>Artist Submission</em></strong><br /><br />Isaiah Massey<br />email:  mindlessdesigns1@yahoo.com<br /><br />Born in Roselle NJ in 1989, Isaiah Massey began his artistry at the young age of 7 after relocating to Atlanta, Georgia where he first discovered the amazing art style simply known as Anime.<br /><br />Graduating with an Associates Degree in Graphic Design, Isaiah went on to turning his knowledge in the digital arts into something more then just a hobby. He attained the Artist name Imass21 and began working on different comic ideas on his own. In due time, he began his own company called Mindless Designs which features multiple comic series that interconnect with one another.He also began inking and coloring for established company Native Comics.<br /><br />Visit Mindlessdesigns.com for his original content.  His other works can be found in series Protectors Of the Native Order and Mwanzo at NativeComics.com. <strong><em>Artist Submission</em></strong><br /><br />Emmanuel Ozor<br />email:  Omnicroncomics@gmail.com<br /><br />Hi my name is Emmanuel Ozor. I am a self taught Free lance artist from Nigeria, I have been drawing since the age of 5 and I started drawing professionally by age 26. My favorite genre is science fiction that is from star ships to meta-humans. I am currently working on a creator owned comic titled Galactic Enforcers! <strong><em>Artist Submission</em></strong><br /><br />Fibril Mansaray<br />email:  gibrilville@gmail.com<br /><br />Gibril "Gibrilville" Mansaray is a Akademia Award winning, recording artist, and multi faceted entertainer.<br /><br />Born in Accra on November 27th 1981, Gibril is the son of Sarah and Mohammed Mansaray. His father is from Sierra Leone and mother from Ghana. Gibril&rsquo;s interest in performing begun at an early age.  He grew up with his family in Nigeria,Togo, Benin and Ghana. From his fathers massive record collection to his big brother&rsquo;s love for reggae music,he gained an appreciation and understanding for music that would later influence the sound he will create in years to come.<br />In 2009 Gibril collaborated with M1 (Dead Prez), on his first single titled "Streets of Africa". The record was recorded and produced by billboard topping producer for "P .Diddy&rsquo;s I need a girl" Coptic.<br /><br />Later that year, Gibril held an audition at "smash studio" in Manhattan, where he put together his first band.The Band&rsquo;s future almost came to a short end in 2011, when Gibril was picked up by immigration officials and Detained by immigration, customs and enforcement (I.C.E). He was facing deportation charges back to Ghana, for remaining in the US for over a period of 10 years. After 9 long months of detention( by I.C.E) he won his long battle with immigration and was finally released under supervision on March 9th, 2012 back into the united States. He jumped right back into the studio and on On September 26th, 2015 he released "The Foreigner J.J.C. Deluxe" .The Album is accompanied by a documentary on YouTube.<br /><br />Gibril continues to assert himself as a trailblazer in the creative world. He has finished working on his new album called "BLACK CADILLAC SEASON 1".  He jumped in the studio and produced the album with his band.Season 1, is mixed by Gordon "Commissioner Gordon" Williams whose resume includes multiple Grammy Awards and numerous Gold and Platinum albums.The Album will be released like a mini series with 4 Episodes in each season.It is set to be released in June, 2016. <strong><em>Artist Submission</em></strong><br /><br />John Sobie<br />email:  sobiewan22@gmail.com<br /><br />I am a widowed 42yr old man,who staying out of the art world has come back to it & found inking as a new passion.I have been inking for 5yrs now & have worked overseas & in other industries as well.I hope my fans & followers will enjoy my posts here & would like to thank Mr. Mason Jr for allowing me to post here I AM PROUD TO BE A SMALL PART OF THIS ELITE GROUP. <strong><em>Artist Submission</em></strong><br /><br />John Sobie<br />email:  sobiewan22@gmail.com<br /><br />I am a widowed 42yr old man,who staying out of the art world has come back to it & found inking as a new passion.I have been inking for 5yrs now & have worked overseas & in other industries as well.I hope my fans & followers will enjoy my posts here & would like to thank Mr. Mason Jr for allowing me to post here I AM PROUD TO BE A SMALL PART OF THIS ELITE GROUP. <strong><em>Artist Submission</em></strong><br /><br />John Sobie<br />email:  sobiewan22@gmail.com<br /><br />I am a widowed 42yr old man,who staying out of the art world has come back to it & found inking as a new passion.I have been inking for 5yrs now & have worked overseas & in other industries as well.I hope my fans & followers will enjoy my posts here & would like to thank Mr. Mason Jr for allowing me to post here I AM PROUD TO BE A SMALL PART OF THIS ELITE GROUP. <strong><em>Artist Submission</em></strong><br /><br />Kenneth Edwards<br />email:  axlayer@msn.com<br /><br />Artist and art teacher. Williamsburg Virginia. <strong><em>Artist Submission</em></strong><br /><br />Dennis Toy Jr.<br />email:  dht4879@yahoo.com<br /><br />Somewhere about age 6, I realized I had an imagination and from there I found ways to bring it out. The most prevalent way was to draw it out. A couple years later, I found sci-fi and since then I have never stopped. I can go anywhere I desire just by thinking about it. From bizarre planets to the ant colony worlds. Aliens are my best friends and they teach all that is needed to make something of myself in this universe. I live in a city where cartoon robots automatons struggle for civil rights. Also I have a photographic memory requiring the use of a DSLR to capture reality in it&#039;s beauty.<br /><br />Born and Raised in Washington DC, The first passion is computers, electronic engineering and development and Arduino is my canvas for projects. I have built robots that creep out my family and even an egg incubator but I can&#039;t find any eggs. Science is another life long passion of mine focusing on technology, astronomy and astrobiology. Once upon a time I did many science projects which gained me some reputation and it continues today. I hold a masters degree in Computer Science and Information Systems from Strayer University and I focus on building projects based on arduino.<br /><br />My style is comic book and illustration but I like to paint with watercolor and acrylic paint. I sometimes sculpt and build unusual crafts. <strong><em>Artist Submission</em></strong><br /><br />Bryan Tillman<br />email:  kaiserstudio@hotmail.com<br /><br />Bryan Tillman is currently the academic director for Game Art and Design, Visual Effects and Motion Graphics, Media Arts and Animation and Visual Game Programming at the Art Institute of Washington DC. He has an MFA from the Savannah College of Art and Design, with a focus in sequential art and a minor in drawing.<br /><br />Bryan is the owner and CEO of the Kaiser Studio Productions, a production studio for comics, toys, animation, and games. Within Kaiser Studio Productions Bryan Tillman wears many hats. He is a sculptor for toys. He is the editor for all the comicbooks that come out from the studio. He also does layout and illustrations for multiple projects that are being worked on. Some of the clients that Bryan has worked for are Marvel, DC Comics, Image, Valiant, UpperDeck, Cryptozoic, Rittenhouse, Toys R Us, Focal Press and Tandem Productions.<br /><br />Bryan is the author of Creative Character Design published by Focal Press. Creative Character Design is a book about what goes into character design. Creative Character Design bridges the gap between the technique of drawing characters and the theory of good character design by using case studies, examples of professional art, and literary and pop culture references to teach you how to develop a character, not just draw one. The book also features Character Model Sheets that will guide you through the creation of new and unique characters. The content on the book is based on Bryan's popular 2009 Comic-Con course on "Character Design."<br /><br />Bryan is currently working on a tabletop RPG titled Dark Legacy that is starting to make waves within the RPG world. www.dark-legacy.net.<br /> <strong><em>Artist Submission</em></strong><br /><br />Philip Jean-Pierre<br />email:  philipjeanpierre@gmail.com<br /><br />Black Gorbachev is the callsign of Philip Jean-Pierre.  I drew my first picture at 12, had my first class at 15; and got my first rejection letter at 20.  Beyond all reasonable thought, I ignored the chance of becoming an initiate in a Nepalese buddhist order porcine, llama, and cattle husbandry monks and part-time artisanal bar soap, and yak hair toupee sales person, to remain an artist.<br /> <strong><em>Artist Submission</em></strong><br /><br />Nommo Diop<br />email:  nkdworld@gmail.com<br /><br />Born 1959 and raised in San Francisco, attended public school. Study at San Francisco City College and San Francisco State. Carl received his B.A degree in Art (General Studio Practice) from San Jose State University.<br /><br />Visit www.africaonthemove.com <strong><em>Artist Submission</em></strong><br /><br />Steve Paul<br />email:  Stevepaulcreations@gmail.com<br /><br />My name is Steven Paul Miner Jr I am the third child from my parents who raised me in Southern California. In my youth I shadowed my older brothers from skateboarding to drawing comic book characters however ultimately my passion was drawn to the hip hop world where I had a passion for rapping and hip hop dancing. In the 90s my gift to draw would have me gravitate and study great comic book artist such as Todd McFarland, Jim Lee, Rob Liefeld and many more greats with Travis Charest ultimately Being my favorite. Still not sure of myself whether drawing comics was my Lane in life thinking that it belonged to my oldest brother to do, I continue to pursue hip-hop however being a shy young man during a time where hip hop still was not fully accepted and looked down upon I never really excelled in the art as much as I wanted to. Fast forward to 2013 thru all my ups and downs and experiences in my life from living in a gang invested city to joining a religious cult and then having to find myself learning how to survive on my own as a grown man I decided to utilize my gift to draw and create to channel my life experiences as my means to reach others going thru the same struggles in hopes to uplift them out of there situation placing mine and others with like minds stories behind characters such as "MOON reflection of the sun" who stands up for women to fight against the negative stereotypes of worldly behavior. Books like "FATHER" who shows what it means to be a man and how to handle responsibilities. "WHO STOLE HIPHOP" where the detective comes out of us. These creations represent US because in real life we are the true super heroes! So come take this journey with me and watch your inner hero come to life. <strong><em>Artist Submission</em></strong><br /><br />Steve Paul<br />email:  Stevepaulcreations@gmail.com<br /><br />My name is Steven Paul Miner Jr I am the third child from my parents who raised me in Southern California. In my youth I shadowed my older brothers from skateboarding to drawing comic book characters however ultimately my passion was drawn to the hip hop world where I had a passion for rapping and hip hop dancing. In the 90s my gift to draw would have me gravitate and study great comic book artist such as Todd McFarland, Jim Lee, Rob Liefeld and many more greats with Travis Charest ultimately Being my favorite. Still not sure of myself whether drawing comics was my Lane in life thinking that it belonged to my oldest brother to do, I continue to pursue hip-hop however being a shy young man during a time where hip hop still was not fully accepted and looked down upon I never really excelled in the art as much as I wanted to. Fast forward to 2013 thru all my ups and downs and experiences in my life from living in a gang invested city to joining a religious cult and then having to find myself learning how to survive on my own as a grown man I decided to utilize my gift to draw and create to channel my life experiences as my means to reach others going thru the same struggles in hopes to uplift them out of there situation placing mine and others with like minds stories behind characters such as "MOON reflection of the sun" who stands up for women to fight against the negative stereotypes of worldly behavior. Books like "FATHER" who shows what it means to be a man and how to handle responsibilities. "WHO STOLE HIPHOP" where the detective comes out of us. These creations represent US because in real life we are the true super heroes! So come take this journey with me and watch your inner hero come to life. <strong><em>Artist Submission</em></strong><br /><br />Steve Paul<br />email:  Stevepaulcreations@gmail.com<br /><br />My name is Steven Paul Miner Jr I am the third child from my parents who raised me in Southern California. In my youth I shadowed my older brothers from skateboarding to drawing comic book characters however ultimately my passion was drawn to the hip hop world where I had a passion for rapping and hip hop dancing. In the 90s my gift to draw would have me gravitate and study great comic book artist such as Todd McFarland, Jim Lee, Rob Liefeld and many more greats with Travis Charest ultimately Being my favorite. Still not sure of myself whether drawing comics was my Lane in life thinking that it belonged to my oldest brother to do, I continue to pursue hip-hop however being a shy young man during a time where hip hop still was not fully accepted and looked down upon I never really excelled in the art as much as I wanted to. Fast forward to 2013 thru all my ups and downs and experiences in my life from living in a gang invested city to joining a religious cult and then having to find myself learning how to survive on my own as a grown man I decided to utilize my gift to draw and create to channel my life experiences as my means to reach others going thru the same struggles in hopes to uplift them out of there situation placing mine and others with like minds stories behind characters such as "MOON reflection of the sun" who stands up for women to fight against the negative stereotypes of worldly behavior. Books like "FATHER" who shows what it means to be a man and how to handle responsibilities. "WHO STOLE HIPHOP" where the detective comes out of us. These creations represent US because in real life we are the true super heroes! So come take this journey with me and watch your inner hero come to life. <strong><em>Artist Submission</em></strong><br /><br />Steve Paul<br />email:  Stevepaulcreations@gmail.com<br /><br />My name is Steven Paul Miner Jr I am the third child from my parents who raised me in Southern California. In my youth I shadowed my older brothers from skateboarding to drawing comic book characters however ultimately my passion was drawn to the hip hop world where I had a passion for rapping and hip hop dancing. In the 90s my gift to draw would have me gravitate and study great comic book artist such as Todd McFarland, Jim Lee, Rob Liefeld and many more greats with Travis Charest ultimately Being my favorite. Still not sure of myself whether drawing comics was my Lane in life thinking that it belonged to my oldest brother to do, I continue to pursue hip-hop however being a shy young man during a time where hip hop still was not fully accepted and looked down upon I never really excelled in the art as much as I wanted to. Fast forward to 2013 thru all my ups and downs and experiences in my life from living in a gang invested city to joining a religious cult and then having to find myself learning how to survive on my own as a grown man I decided to utilize my gift to draw and create to channel my life experiences as my means to reach others going thru the same struggles in hopes to uplift them out of there situation placing mine and others with like minds stories behind characters such as "MOON reflection of the sun" who stands up for women to fight against the negative stereotypes of worldly behavior. Books like "FATHER" who shows what it means to be a man and how to handle responsibilities. "WHO STOLE HIPHOP" where the detective comes out of us. These creations represent US because in real life we are the true super heroes! So come take this journey with me and watch your inner hero come to life. <strong><em>Artist Submission</em></strong><br /><br />Zack Smith<br />email:  mrzes2004@yahoo.com<br /><br />Zack Smith was born in Washington, DC on July 14, 1989. After moving to Gainesville, Florida in his teen years, Smith went to acquire his bachelors of science degree in Computer Animation at Full Sail University in 2009. Smith broke into the video game industry as an intern at a small start-up company, Puppy Punch Productions, creating 3D props, characters and textures and later began work at Trendy Entertainment as a 3D artist where he released content for Dungeon Defenders, Dungeon Defenders Eternity and Dungeon Defenders II. His portfolio can be found at: https://www.artstation.com/artist/zacksmith <strong><em>Artist Submission</em></strong><br /><br />Zack Smith<br />email:  mrzes2004@yahoo.com<br /><br />Zack Smith was born in Washington, DC on July 14, 1989. After moving to Gainesville, Florida in his teen years, Smith went to acquire his bachelors of science degree in Computer Animation at Full Sail University in 2009. Smith broke into the video game industry as an intern at a small start-up company, Puppy Punch Productions, creating 3D props, characters and textures and later began work at Trendy Entertainment as a 3D artist where he released content for Dungeon Defenders, Dungeon Defenders Eternity and Dungeon Defenders II. His portfolio can be found at: https://www.artstation.com/artist/zacksmith <strong><em>Artist Submission</em></strong><br /><br />David Phillips<br />email:  dpe600@gmail.com<br /><br />David Phillips author/artist of Agents of S.O.U.L. the super clandestine organization that rose from the ashes of the Civil Rights Movement.<br />The new current series being self published by DP COMIX is a rendition of the original series done in the mid 1980's. <strong><em>Artist Submission</em></strong><br /><br />Jonathan Price<br />email:  dualmask@gmail.com<br /><br />My name is Jonathan Price. I'm a self-taught illustrator from Philadelphia PA. I've dabbled in many mediums and approaches, from comics to prose writing to animated 2D game sprites, but mostly my work revolves around the underserved fantasy female of color theme. Mostly I prefer to draw strong and beautiful women in pinups and comics. I do minor freelance illustration and digital coloring for independent clients here and there but I'm seeking to do more, to rise up and become a full time artist.<br /><br />Attached is one of my numerous original characters, a girl named Christiana who suffers a tragic end and inherits the powers of the Grim Reaper in a fantasy world ravaged by war between angels and demons and the hapless people caught in the middle. <strong><em>Artist Submission</em></strong><br /><br />Steven Christian<br />email:  stevenchristian@stuckonaneyeland.com<br /><br />I am former Student-Athlete turned Visual Artist. My mission is to promote creativity in the African American Community. I currently go to school at Portland State University where I am studying Pre-Medicine. I currently have a project on Kickstarter called Adventures in Iltopia. It is a comic book series that explores what it is like for children of color to live in a world with lack of role models in their life. It is full of explosions, talking animals, funny jokes, and cultural relevancy.<br />Link to my KS project: https://www.kickstarter.com/projects/34257058/adventures-in-iltopia <strong><em>Artist Submission</em></strong><br /><br />Kevin Chapman<br />email:  chapman339@gmail.com<br /><br />Kevin says, &ldquo;I created Afro Avenger in 2006, but it took me until 2015 to get him right. He is my definition of "What if Shaft was Batman?" So I ran with that concept with rewrites and hard work getting the character and story right.&rdquo;
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