Wednesday, April 17, 2019

Tuesday, April 16, 2019

Dragons Coming Home to Roost


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Julius Carry - Too soon?



Tom Garden - @Julius... you need to learn some respect. It was a thousand-year-old icon. You need to learn to View events outside of the American racist view that we all have.

Julius Carry - Tom... you need to acknowledge and call out the institutionalized racism in this country before lecturing me about some shit that has no bearing on my life or the life of others that look like me.

Muhammad Rasheed - @Tom... A thousand yr old 'icon' that was 100% part of the trend of savage, white supremacist, European conquering and pillaging all over Africa.

Julius Carry - @Muhammad... #exactly

Julius Carry - I guess I should feel bad when old Plantations burn down, because history?

Muhammad Rasheed
- "That's a 200 yr old old Black slave breaking Plantation of the Lord White Jesus! Show some respect, n1993r!"

Tom Garden - When all of Europe is burned to the ground and every mansion south of the Mason-Dixon line has- been destroyed will you find Comfort here?

Muhammad Rasheed - @Tom... Will I find comfort in seeing the total destruction of the White Supremacist Ideology's global blight and the anti-Black systemic racism for which it stands?

Yes.

Julius Carry - I was just trying to make a funny y’all.

Muhammad Rasheed - It was funny to me.

Julius Carry - @Muhammad... #thankyou

Muhammad Rasheed - Next time add more dragons.

Julius Carry - I can’t take the credit for the photoshop though! Lol

Tom Garden - @Muhammad... seems a bit racist to me don't you think?

Julius Carry - Reverse racism?

Muhammad Rasheed - @Tom... Pushing back against 400 yrs of anti-Black racism isn't racism. It's righteous rebellion against a demonic oppressor.

According to the reports, the white supremacist idol-worshiping edifice (French edition) wasn't structurally damaged anyway. They'll throw some of their unlimited, plundered-from-Black-flesh wealth at it and make it better than ever. So relax.


It's a special thing to have such a strong sense of national identity based on lineage and shared heritage. Obviously such a mindset can't WAIT to step up in pride to help out one's Nation.  #ADOS #AmericanDOS

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Comedic Appropriation



Muhammad Rasheed - In D. W. Griffith's The Birth of a Nation film, the black-faced White actors that were hamming it up displaying their version of how buffoonish Black people are supposed to be, used many moves that are currently associated with the comedy style of the most popular member of the Three Stooges, Jerome "Curly Howard" Horwitz.

Based on the historical track record of a race-based hierarchical caste system like the USA, which of the following  scenarios do you think is most likely true?


  1. As a very impressionable 12 year old when The Birth of a Nation was released in 1915, and since the film proved to be SUCH a phenomenon, Curly took on the buffoonery displayed by the over-enthusiastic racist actors for himself, and practiced them until it became his signature style.

  2. The comedy style tropes we associate with Curly were always how goofy and athletic White vaudeville comedians made fun of Black people at the turn of the century. The popularity of the Three Stooges allowed the actual origins of Curly's style to be swallowed up in history since anyone doing it during the golden age of television would then be seen as performing a 2nd rate Curly impression.

  3. Curly’s style came from White vaudeville comedians, who in turn appropriated it from an unsung Black comedian, whose name is now lost to history.


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Monday, April 15, 2019

Rise of the American Descendants of Slavery

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Sunday, April 14, 2019

America's Enduring Sin

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Anonymous - Should white people fear Islam?


Muhammad Rasheed - There have been faithful light-skinned people subscribed to Al-Islam since the early days of the religion's founding, so obviously this question is asking something deeper, something political in nature.

Note that Western Christianity was usurped and altered into a tool designed to help in the subjugation of enslaved Black people. Charles Colcock Jones, Jr. published his tract The Religious Instruction of the Negroes in the United States in 1842, specifically for the purpose of trying to "save the souls" of the enslaved while indoctrinating them with a version of Christianity that would make them accepting of their plight. Using Jones' book alone, that's nearly 200 yrs of the American Descendants of Slavery (ADOS) being indoctrinated in a fabricated religious sub-sect to relax them into a permanent state of exploitation by white masters. In the first part of Jones' book, he assures his audience of concerned slave holding peers that he ISN'T advocating for providing the enslaved class the inherently empowering Word of God message they all wished to hoard for themselves alone. That is the clue that the white racist aristocracy do indeed fear the religion of Al-Islam.

For approximately 200 yrs, Western Christianity has been carefully reformatted to take the fight away from ADOS, to make them trust white people when they have zero logical reason to do so. Islam provides none of this anti-Black indoctrination since it has never been inside of that scope of white supremacist influence. Instead, the message of the One God in the Qur'an instructs the believer to fight the oppressor that Peace may reign for all who were under his diabolical yoke. Obviously this is the LAST thing that slave holders want their slave class to know! Even among the Arab slave trading nations, there's a reason the 'scholar' class has usurped the sacred texts under a questionable faux-priesthood, and deliberately direct the masses' attention away from the One God's commands in the Holy Qur'an, but towards the body of very NON-holy compromised hadith, full of suspicious "slavery" passages that directly contradict the revealed Word in the Qur'an.

White people fear Al-Islam, not because they think a wackjob 'terrorist' is going to fly a plane into their houses or whatever, but because they know the pure message of God is empowering to those who believe, and the Fire of Faith demands that no man or woman allow themselves to be subjugated by anyone. The Muslims know that our Guardian Lord created us FREE.

Gerald Welch - [ARTICLE] Progressives Officially Redefine 'Hate Speech' As 'Speech We Do Not Like' | BabylonBee.com

Muhammad Rasheed - Is this post your response to the pushback against all the threats on Ilhan Omar's life by rabid white conservatives? Is that what you are defending?

I don't believe hate speech -- the same speech that traditionally spins-up mobs of white conservatives to lynch people "they don't like" -- should be included within the Freedom of Speech protections. Speech that specifically encourages violence is fundamentally wrong.

Gerald Welch - I decry ALL threats of violence, you know that.

Gerald Welch - "Rabid white conservatives"

If you changed white for black and conservatives for Muslim would you think that was a racist term?
Clue: They both are.

Muhammad Rasheed - "Changed white for black" doesn't mean anything to me (nor should it) because Muslim Black people aren't the ones with the documented history of hanging people from trees because they didn't want them to vote or drink from the same water fountain.

Let's stick to solving the real problems and stop creating fake fantasy problems to distract from what the rabid white conservatives routinely do that cause so much pain in the country.

Gerald wrote: "I decry ALL threats of violence, you know that."

Then why are you defending the ones threatening Ilhan with violence (from the long tradition of white conservatives threatening Black people with violence) instead of defending her?

Gerald Welch - When have I defended anyone making violent threats? And, seriously, are you saying that Muslims have no history of violence?

Take a moment and think about that.

Muhammad Rasheed - I need you to think about the weird false equivalencies you are trying to use to prove these threats against Ilhan are magically not racist and evil. That's not the speech protected by our Freedom of Speech rights, and it is evil for you to even want to protect that kind of talk when we BOTH know that when white conservatives talk that way it leads to the death of innocent Black people.

Gerald Welch - Again, I disavow threats of violence, so at this point, you're not even listening to me.

Muhammad Rasheed - Gerald wrote: "I disavow threats of violence"

Also Gerald wrote: "Freedom of Speech is supporting speech you disagree with, otherwise it's not Freedom of Speech. Freedom of speech almost mandates offense."

Gerald Welch - That's correct, but there's a difference between offensive speech and threats of violence, which I have never supported.

In fact I disagree with her speech, but I support her right to say it as well as my right to publicly disagree with it.

Gerald Welch - Let's get back to your claim of Muslims not hanging people. Some of them just toss gay people off buildings. Do you support that?

Muhammad Rasheed - Gerald wrote: "...there's a difference between offensive speech and threats of violence"

I'm fascinated that you magically don't consider threats of violence to be offensive. Is that how they do in Texas? Because it explains much.

Gerald wrote: "In fact I disagree with her speech..."

There's people threatening her life with their hate speech, but as I thought, this post of yours is defending THEM over HER.

Muhammad Rasheed - Gerald wrote: "Some of them just toss gay people off buildings. Do you support that?"

Here's Jerry trying to misdirect the topic again. I wonder why?

Tell me why I would support people performing a cultural atrocity, from a culture I'm not a part of mind you, that isn't even supported in the religious source text they claim to follow? What does this misdirection attempt have to do with me, Jerry? I'm an American. If anything you should be asking me if I support the lynching of Black people for trying to be free of white tyranny, like they do in my own nation's culture, right?

Gerald Welch - Your misdirections lead the way, somehow attempting to link me to supporting violence and/or killing black people.

Gerald Welch - Besides, it wasn't misdirection, YOU inserted Islam into the equation, so I referenced some of the violence that occurs and asked if you support it.
And you didn't answer.

I clearly and publicly rejected your claims. Can you reject three one I brought up?

Muhammad Rasheed - You clearly support the threats of violence against Ilhan Omar, THAT'S the entire point of this post of yours. You're literally defending the threats of violence against her as "Freedom of Speech."

Gerald wrote: "YOU inserted Islam into the equation..."

Also Gerald wrote: "If you changed white for black and conservatives for Muslim..." [this is Jerry inserting Islam into the equation]

Gerald wrote: "somehow attempting to link me to supporting violence and/or killing black people."

You're the one attempting the false equivalency logical fallacy of "switching black to white."

Gerald wrote: "I clearly and publicly rejected your claims."

Meanwhile, you're clearly hiding behind fake "Freedom of Speech" talk to defend the people threatening Ilhan with violence. You should stop it.

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Saturday, April 13, 2019

Friday, April 12, 2019

Ignorant & Disingenuous Pushback Against Reparations

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Thursday, April 11, 2019

Guardians of Evil

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Gary McCoy -


Adriana Jade - #Reparations2020 is nothing more than an attempt by the Left to buy the Black vote.

Muhammad Rasheed - #Reparations2020 and #Tangibles2020 are movements built up by American Descendants of Slavery (ADOS) anti-racism activists to hold Democratic Party candidate hopefuls to an ADOS Political Agenda if they want our vote. They definitely DON'T want to talk about Reparations, but they are finally being made to do so by the voters.

Gary McCoy - @Muhammad... so my immigrant wife, legal one at that, will end up having to pay for something she , or her ancestors had anything to do with. Sounds like a good political strategy for Democrats. Good luck with that.

Muhammad Rasheed - ADOS exploited labor and plundered wealth built this country, so those who wish to enjoy its benefits and privileges should be required to pay the tax to properly compensate the ethnic group that made the USA possible.

Gary McCoy - So I guess blacks are going to pay also? Because they've enjoyed the benefits and privileges of this country also.

Muhammad Rasheed - Meanwhile, they were plundered of their wealth and denied those benefits and privileges in a fundamentally anti-Black society. A small percentage were allowed into white-owned institutions to help the aristocracy get richer, but that was just to dangle the carrot in front of the masses to play mindgames.

#Reparations2020 is owed to ADOS for 400 yrs and counting of demonic economic racism inflicted upon them by your demographic & friends. It's time to fix it.

Gary McCoy - @Muhammad... again, you didn't address my point. So if my wife has to pay for living in a country that a relatively small number of blacks had a part in building, then why shouldn't other blacks?

Muhammad Rasheed - I clearly addressed the point. She will pay because she's enjoying the benefits & privileges of the nation that was built by chattel slave and exploited 2nd class citizen labor.

The "relatively small number of blacks" comment you're trying to add is your disingenuous effort to 1) pretend racism isn't real so you don't have to pay Reparations, and 2) if you DO end up paying Reparations you hope to confine it only to the slave era itself and avoid it's multi-generational effects on the diabolical institution's legacy descendants.

Gary McCoy - @Muhammad... for the third time I'll ask again. Your refusal to answer shows the Shaky Ground on which you're trying to stand. But here it goes... If you think my wife should have to pay (by the way. She shouldn't, and she wont. Guaranteed. Neither will I.) But using your logic applied to her, will blacks also have to pay?

Gary McCoy - I can see the why you would want reparations. It's another delicious, welfare treat dangled by the Democrats to entice that class of Voters whom they forced to work on their ancestors' plantations. Those are the ones you can go to for your reparations. I owe nothing. And will pay nothing.

Muhammad Rasheed - lol Gary, I've answered the question a couple of times already. You've asked if I think immigrants should have to pay the ADOS Reparations Tax. The answer for the third time is "Yes." They are coming to enjoy the benefits & privileges built from ADOS exploitation & plundered wealth, so yes, they should and will have to contribute to the long overdue payout of Reparatory Justice you've been avoiding for 150 yrs.

And so will you and your tribes.

I want Reparations for the same reason I would want the insurance payout if someone totaled my car.

Dan Mathewson - @Gary... if white people need to pay then black people should, too. There were "Free Negro Slave Owners" in America.

Muhammad Rasheed - @Dan... Many of them were purchasing their own family members to save them from white savagery. The others were no different than all of those Black conservatives Gary likes to parade around in front of me as if they prove racism is good for us. lol

Anyway, this article's subject functions as a false equivalency fallacy for what should be obvious reasons.

Dan Mathewson - Nope. No false equivalence fallacy. The author is Dr. Carter G. Woodson. The second black man to earn a doctorate from Harvard, after W. E. B. DuBois. Dr. Woodson is the father of Black History Month. You can learn more about him HERE.

Gary McCoy - @Muhammad... now you have not answered the question. I'll ask it again here so you can't Dodge it any longer. Should blacks have to pay reparations also? If your basis is for those who are enjoying the small amount of benefits reaped by slavery hundreds of years ago, then blacks today should have to pay if you think my wife should have to pay.

Glenn McCoy - If any group should pay reparations it should be the Democrats, the party of Slavery. As for me, I'll accept a big "thank you" bouquet for siding with the party that abolished it.

Muhammad Rasheed - Dan wrote: "Nope. No false equivalence fallacy."

Yes, it's a false equivalency logical fallacy that you are presenting to me.

Gary wrote: "Should blacks have to pay reparations also?"

This is why it's a false equivalency logical fallacy. Because you both are pretending that because a few ADOS people during slavery owned slaves, it meant that Blacks and whites were equal. You owe me another $billion just for this foolishness...

Muhammad Rasheed - @Glenn... The lawsuit is for the US government which was allowed to renege on the original Reparations promises as a bi-partisan effort.

Muhammad Rasheed - Gary wrote: "Muhammad now you have not answered the question."

Meanwhile, I've answered it three times. Perhaps you mean I'm not saying/answering it how you want me to?

Gary wrote: "I'll ask it again here so you can't Dodge it any longer."

I think you're smoking some Filipino grade marijuana.

Gary wrote: "Should blacks have to pay reparations also?"

No. And the suggestion is retarded if you mean other ADOS.

Gary wrote: "If your basis is for those who are enjoying the small amount of benefits reaped by slavery hundreds of years ago..."

The basis of the Reparations lawsuit is for 400+ yrs of anti-Black systemic racism inflicted upon ADOS starting with slavery up into the modern day. Only white racists insist upon confining the discussion to the slave era alone while ignoring the multi-generational legacy effects.

Gary McCoy - @Muhammad... so my -- yes, Filipino wife, who had absolutely no part in slavery whatsoever, and has only lived in this country for 17 years, should have to pay reparations. Yet a black person from France who immigrated here 17 years ago, will get reparations and not have to pay? Hilarious stuff.

Glenn McCoy - @Gary... I have Irish, Black and American Indian blood in me. That's a reparation trifecta.

Muhammad Rasheed - Gary wrote: "...so my -- yes, Filipino wife, who had absolutely no part in slavery whatsoever, and has only lived in this country for 17 years, should have to pay reparations."
Yup. She's receiving benefits that ADOS blood, sweat & tears provided her.

Gary wrote: "Yet a black person from France who immigrated here 17 years ago, will get reparations and not have to pay?"

Black immigrants are NOT the American Descendants of Slavery (ADOS) by definition and will ALSO have to pay the Reparations Tax. You may add your bitchin' & complainin' to their ongoing argument.

Muhammad Rasheed - Glenn wrote: "I have Irish, Black and American Indian blood in me."

So that's a confirmed 50% Irish and 50% thieving scam artist then. Good to know.

1.) $5 Indian grift
2) $5 Negro grift

Gary McCoy - @Muhammad... Newsflash: my wife won't be paying a single cent in reparations. Neither will I, or my son. But you had to know that already. Silly, silly wild-eyed, idealistic, free benefits-lusting liberal you. So adorable.

Dan Mathewson - Good luck with getting me to pay. I'm broke and unemployed.
#BloodFromTurnip

Gary McCoy - @Muhammad... My wife has received ZERO benefits from ados. She's been in this country since her arrival, PAYING taxes. Some of which have already gone to blacks on welfare. So there's your reparations I guess. And her people in the Philippines were also oppressed by American colonization. Except she realizes that the Americans also later saved her people from the Japanes. So she's very grateful. Something some of your people might learn from considering the amount of white blood that was shed in the effort to end slavery.

Muhammad Rasheed Gary wrote: "my wife won't be paying a single cent in reparations. Neither will I, or my son."

Oh, yes you will. I suggest you begin adjusting your thinking now so it won't come as such a triggering shock. #MentalHealth

Gary wrote: "...free benefits-lusting..."

You owe and you will pay for your multi-generational racist crimes. Vengeance belongs to the Lord and you cannot escape it. I suggest you repent and relax into it. The white supremacist era is coming to an end.

Gary wrote: "My wife has received ZERO benefits from ados."

That is either a blatant lie, or you are so willfully ignorant on the topic that you are incapable of discerning your anti-Black racist propaganda position from what is real.

Pick one.

Gary McCoy - @Muhammad... you can't see how ridiculously foolish you are. Not paying. This country won't elect any welfare pandering politician, and if they did, I still wouldn't pay. Neither would my wife, or our son. Maybe after the blacks Who Kill other blacks pay those families reparations. But keep telling yourself it will happen. Apparently it helps you cope.

Muhammad Rasheed - Gary wrote: "you can't see how ridiculously foolish you are."
When the enslaved Black people were freed in America, a brief effort was made to do right by them by giving them land and money to make up for the generations of abuse that created both the nation and the Whitopia of the Eurocentrist racist aristocracy. Anti-Black systemic racism had proven to be so lucrative, that the white community refused to allow ADOS to become full citizens, but continued to subjugate, exploit and plunder them in order to maintain the privileges that came with the white supremacist wealth & power monopoly. One of the biggest tools that allowed these conditions to continue for so long was political propaganda and psychological warfare, examples of which can be found throughout this thread.

The Internet has a delightful way of enabling the spotlight to shine straight through the nonsense rhetoric of the white racist tradition, so you must realize your comment is merely a projection.

Muhammad Rasheed - You don't have an argument, Gary. You may fill that void with the heavy price of Justice that is coming your way like a steamroller. Don't stiffen up or it'll hurt worse. Just relax. It'll be okay. The dismantling of anti-Black systemic racism and the establishment of an United States of America where the racial groups are now truly equal will be a good thing. I know your group hates the idea of sharing the wealth & land you've stolen with anyone not you, but you're just going to have to learn to accept it. Starting today.

Mitchell Berger - @Gary... when you come to America, you take it as it is with the good and the bad. Only a child expects to get only the good stuff. We're a country whose founding wealth was built on a monstrous crime. America without slavery would be a much different country than it is today. Maybe it would be a better one. But you cannot pretend that it would be the same. That is why someone who comes here has to assume it's moral obligations, due and owing along with its opportunity and existing wealth. Only a child says I didn't do it so why do I have to pay? Ask the Germans and the Japanese, the vast majority of whom weren't even alive during WWII who recognize their moral obligations to make up for the crimes committed by their societies. If this helps you frame it, America's Jim Crow laws imposing social and political inferiority were still being brutally enforced long after the last shots of WWII were fired.

Glenn McCoy - @Mitchell... Even discussing such a preposterously silly idea as reparations is as futile as trying to have a serious conversation with people who believe the earth is flat, Nathan Phillips was a war hero, Kavanaugh was guilty or Jussie Smollett isn’t a racist.

Muhammad Rasheed - lol It's not futile. You just have to stop running from the topic and find some integrity from somewhere.

Mitchell Berger - @Glenn... I was born the day before Rosa Parks was arrested because she refused to be treated as a second class citizen. There are Americans still alive who were treated as such, by laws passed by legislatures who they were barred from picking by brutal, even deadly means. Tens of millions of Americans who could not make the choices for their future that you and I take for granted. But as far as you're concerned there's nothing that can or should be done to try to make them whole, or at least make up for what they could have attained if they had been given a fair chance. Jim Crow was a crime, not a minor inconvenience.

Gary McCoy - @Muhammad... tell you what, I will pay reparations. But only to you for the amount of $8.73. But you must use the money to buy a book on how to be a big boy, put on your big-boy pants, and quit looking to others for a handout. Where should I send your check?

Gary McCoy - @Mitchell... true. When you come to America you have to take the good and the bad. The Good being the freedoms guaranteed to us in the Constitution and the concept of no taxation without representation. And the bad, including a few of its citizens whining and looking for more taxpayer handouts then they are already getting.

Muhammad Rasheed - @Gary... It's clear you don't know what 'handouts' nor 'Reparations' are. Your garbled pro-racism defenses are littered with confusion. Do you consider ALL reparatory justice lawsuit payouts to be "handouts," or just the ones designed to fix the wrongs caused by white people to Black people?

Gary wrote: "The Good being the freedoms guaranteed to us in the Constitution..."

That's the very same Good denied to ADOS by your Euro-ethnic tribes for the last 400 yrs, and why you owe me Reparations. FYI.

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Wednesday, April 10, 2019

Broken by Design

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Tuesday, April 9, 2019

Weaponizing Poverty

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PotatoJuice - Can you explain the second point a bit more, and how the fourth point is a part of him softening his message?

Muhammad Rasheed - The 2nd point functions as a cowardly & lazy cop-out when Black intellectuals -- who aren't of the poorest demographic and may have little to no direct experience with mass incarceration and other anti-Black racism targeting -- give up in a fit of frustration when confronted with the shear magnitude of the work needed to dismantle anti-Black systemic racism. "None of us deserve full citizenship then!" is what they say in a tantrum when the fight to achieve racial equality becomes too overwhelming to them. Similarly, white conservatives will proclaim "Well, they're ALL corrupt!" when you point out that the wrongdoing they point out in a rival political figure is practiced by the politician they favor, too.

The 4th point represents a softening of the Black Intellectual's anti-racism message because it isn't real. White people already know Black people are human beings, so appealing to them to recognize our humanity is a waste of time and energy. It's a Step-n-Fetchit dance that liberals have the Black intellectual performing to give the illusion that real meaningful work is being done.

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