Artist Showcase: Tony Bridgewater

I want to share with you guys some awesome artwork that Tony did.  I am going to show you 9 drawings I think are dope. Plus a special drawing he did for me that is really cool ^_^.

#1:  Got To Go Comic Strip – About a ninja who was trying to make a kill. But then nature calls.
Gotta Go
#2: AB (Anthony Bridgewater) – His initials.
#3: Dope Demon Drawing
#4: Awesome Warrior Robot Drawing. I think its a comic book or anime character. I can’t quite remember his name of the character he did. It kind of looks like Edward from Full Metal Alchemist. That is my only guess.
Awesome Warrior Robot
#5: Pretty Sexy Lady Drawing
Pretty Sexy Lady
#6: Here is some computer art for you. Tony created an awesome piece of Iron Man.
#7: Coast Guard Graphic. Pretty Cool!
Coast Guard
#8: Awesome graphic Tony created involving the popular shooting video game Doom.
#9: This video game themed graphic he created is pretty dope  ^_^.  Looking at it reminds me of the music group Daft Punk.
Dope Pic
My Personal Favorite:  Bumblebee is one of my favorite Transformer characters. I bugged Tony quite a bit for him to draw it. And he did. It turned out awesome!
So those are some of the many great artworks of Tony Bridgewater. I would like to thank him for allowing me to share some of his artwork with y’all.  I hope you enjoyed looking at them!!!
Stay Classy, Homies ^_^

The Dope Drawing Talents of Tony Bridgewater

His name is Tony Bridgewater. He hails from Indianapolis, Indiana. He has an extremely awesome talent of drawing. He used to work as a Ladder 13 Firefighter. He now works for the CDC (Center for Disease Control and Prevention). Tony loves Deadpool, macaroni and cheese, and tacos. He has a unique sense of humor. Tony shares with me how his love for drawing began and other nuggets of wisdom. This interview will not only inspire you, but  will also make you giggle a bit. Enjoy ^_^.

#1: You are a very talented artist. Could you share how your love of drawing first started?

It all started in a bad car accident. I broke all my fingers and was in a coma for a week. I was so bad off they told my mom you might as well sign him off. He won’t be able to talk, walk, or draw. Somehow I was able to hear that and woke up from it. The first thing I asked for was some paper and a pencil and I started drawing.

#2:  Do you remember the very first drawing you did? If so, please share.

My first drawing was scribble scrabble LOL. 

#3: How long does it take for you to complete a drawing?

It really depends, but at the most its takes a day.

#4: What are some of your best artwork you have done far?

Some of the best ones are my Marvel characters.

#5:  State five facts that people may be surprised to know.


A: I love the Young and the Restless.

B: I’ve never kissed a female.

C: My first kiss was my cat. 

D: I sleep with one sock on.

E: I take everything off when I go poop. (Its true people. He is not lying to you.)

#6: Albert Einstein states, “True art is characterized by an irresistible urge in the creative artist.” Do you feel as an artist you have an irresistible urge to draw creatively?

I do agree on that. When you do any art good or bad that’s creativity to the max.

#7:  What inspires you in creating your awesome artwork?

There are many things that inspire me, but number one on the list knows I like breaks. I don’t know what it is. I don’t really know her but something about her keeps me drawing even when I don’t feel like drawing.

#8: What single piece of advice have you received that you will remember as you go forward in life?

“Never trust no one.”

#9: Where do you see yourself 10 years from now?

I see myself being a fire instructor with thee wonderful babies, a nice big house, a car, and making a good living. And married to a woman which I won’t say her name LOL.


#10:  Where can people see your work or contact you if they want to use your services?

Instagram: inkycartoon
I would like to thank Tony for allowing me to interview him. Much love, respect, and success to him. I really wish I could draw as awesome as him. The only thing that I am good at drawing are smiley faces, clouds, and hearts. I am cold at drawing those three things. Don’t forget to email him if you want him to draw something for you. 
Check out his Instagram: 
He also has a blog on Tumblr. Its all about his love for Deadpool:
You can also follow Tony on Twitter: @toniatk (
If you have talent, use it! Share it with the world! You never know how far it can take you. Just trust yourself and do ya thang!
Stay Classy, Homies ^_^.

Beautiful Creative Stormie

This lovely young lady’s name is Stormie Harrelson. Stormie hails from Midlothian, Texas. Her hometown of Midlothian is about 30 minutes away from Dallas. It is also about 3 hours from Houston and 4 hours away from San Antonio. Her love and talent is photography. It has been that for quite sometime. Stormie’s love for photography gives her the ability to capture awesome memories for people to cherish forever. Stormie was kind enough to share with me about how her love of photography began, what photography means to her, and other awesome facts in this interview.

#1:  How did your love of photography began?

It started when I was really little. Probably around 5 or 6 years old. My parents got divorced when I was 6 years old, so me and my sister stayed at our grandparents a lot. My grandma always had a camera around the house. She would take pictures all the time. I remember seeing everyone smile and saying, “cheese” while she hit the button. I’ve had some really hard times, but who hasn’t? It’s life and that’s just how it goes. My dad passed away when I was 14, so I always look back at old picture albums. It makes me feel better because they hold some great memories. So my love for photography is really strong and I always have a camera around my neck. That way I never miss a shot.

#2: How would describe your photography work in five words? What would they be and why?


Genuine – Nothing is fake. Everything in my pictures are real. Real people, real emotions, real life.

Candid – Most of my shots are not posed.

Colorful – I like to have a lot of color in the picture. Most of my photo shoots are done when the sun is setting, so I can have a colorful background.

Treasurable – Hopefully, they can keep this picture for a long time.

Passionate – All my work comes from the heart and my love for what I’m doing.


#3:  What inspires you in capturing lasting photographic memories?

I think of my family and friends that I see in my photo albums or on my bedroom walls. Their emotions are so real and I want to capture that for anyone who wants me to take their pictures. I don’t want them to come across as fake or too posed.

#4: What photography style do you like using the most: Portrait or Landscape?

That’s a hard question haha — because I love doing it all! If I had to choose probably portrait. It’s more fun shooting people than a sunset.

#5:  Share five facts about you that people may be surprised to know.


#1: I love watching any kind of show or movie with zombies or vampires in it.

#2: I used to be really into wrestling. The kind on TV. My favorite wrestler was the Undertaker.

#3: I love pasta.

#4: When I feel stressed, I go for a walk outside. That always calms me down.

#5: Lastly, I still own a night light. I’m 22 and I’m still afraid of the dark. Not sure if that’s sad or funny. Probably both — Haha

#6: Why do you feel that photography is one of purest and most impactful art there is?

No one can recreate a photograph. They can try, but it won’t be the same. It’s impactful because a picture can make you feel so many different emotions. Whether it’s sadness or happiness. Just like if you were listening to a song on the radio.

#7:  Is there a particular photo shoot you did that was memorable for you?

I did a photo shoot of my best friend at her house back in April. We had so much fun just taking pictures and running around her backyard. She lives in the country, so we got some beautiful shots.

#8: Ansel Adams says, “There are no rules for good photographs, there are only good photographs.” Do you believe this statement?


Yes, a good photograph is what it is. It stands alone. You know when you got a good shot.

#9: Where do you see yourself in your photography career in 10 years down the line?

I honestly don’t know where I’ll be in 10 years, let alone my photography career. I just hope that I’m still doing it. I would love it, if I was working for a popular magazine/newspaper or just having my own business.

#10:  Where can people see your work or contact you if they want to use your services?

I have a Facebook page they can contact me on, if they want me to take pictures for them. It’s

I would like to thank Stormie for allowing me to interview her. She has an awesome talent. I wish her much success with it. If you would like to check out some of Stormie’s other awesome photography work, here is her Instagram page: (Follow her ^_^)
Do what you love people. Ignore what people say and just go for it. You will reach extreme amounts of happiness that way.
Stay Classy, Homies ^_^