John Williams is creating Airbrush Art and Airbrush Shop.
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My name is Christopher J. Williams and I am a proud full blooded Native American Indian of the Cherokee tribe. I was born and raised in Vicksburg, Mississippi. My father died in 2004 from heart failure, and I currently live with my disabled mother. I have muscular dystrophy and I was in two car wrecks in 2005, one early 2005 and one Thanksgiving Day of 2005. Obama has recently cut all disability pay by as much as 200 dollars for some and without the support of my brother in the US Army, Duke Mills, I would not even have enough to have internet to write this to you right now. I myself do not even have disability as I have continuously applied for it and been turned down despite having medical papers that prevent me from being hired at any jobs where my skillsets would be best such as automechanic work as I have a passion and love for cars and trucks of all kinds. My mother has disability and we have to raise my stepfather's 16 year old son on practically almost nothing.

I'm currently living in my brother Duke Mills' house and I maintain the property for him as he serves in the United States Army at Fort Sill, Oklahoma. In return he allows me to live here.

It has been a hard struggle. But I have a passion for art. I love pencil sketches, full color drawings, digital art, but most of all is vehicle airbrushing designs. I have a deviantart page as well at http://theseeker88.deviantart.com with some samples of my work. I'll post a few here:



This is an airbrushed cover of my stepfather's Xbox 360.



This is an alien spacecraft I saw in a dream. I often draw things I see in dreams.


This is a shaded pencil sketch I made as a tattoo idea for a friend. My friend ended up getting this same tattoo colored and inked.



This is another tattoo idea I drew in pen.

I have various photos of airbrush work I've done that I have yet to upload to link here. I will link the material as I upload it and update this page. The equipment is expensive and a full airbrush set complete with courses is about $7500 for the air pumps, the brush types, the paint canisters and safety equipment to prevent fumes from going into my face and lungs as I work.

The highest donators will get free designs or art of your choice, or if you happen to be in the area, stop on by and I'll give you a free auto tune up and some airbrush designs on your vehicle of your choice. Flames, skulls and crossbones, hearts, religious icons of your choosing - I do them all.

Your funding helps me to take care of my disabled family as well as myself and pave my way to a brighter future, and hopefully one day I can finally have a son and teach him to be a great artist just as I aspire to be. God bless.
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In order to aquire a starting airbrush set and purchase what I need to work out of my garage, I need a total of $7500. This is for instructional videos, air compression devices, the brushes, hoses, paint canisters, and safety equipment. Eventually after I save money from my profits I plan to expand and start a shop and train my employees in the same trade. I'll open and offer jobs to a team of 10 people, and as we expand I'll make it into a taxable business and open shops around the nation.

Help me to bring you spectacular art and designs for your custom rides here at Mighty Charged Kustoms.
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My name is Christopher J. Williams and I am a proud full blooded Native American Indian of the Cherokee tribe. I was born and raised in Vicksburg, Mississippi. My father died in 2004 from heart failure, and I currently live with my disabled mother. I have muscular dystrophy and I was in two car wrecks in 2005, one early 2005 and one Thanksgiving Day of 2005. Obama has recently cut all disability pay by as much as 200 dollars for some and without the support of my brother in the US Army, Duke Mills, I would not even have enough to have internet to write this to you right now. I myself do not even have disability as I have continuously applied for it and been turned down despite having medical papers that prevent me from being hired at any jobs where my skillsets would be best such as automechanic work as I have a passion and love for cars and trucks of all kinds. My mother has disability and we have to raise my stepfather's 16 year old son on practically almost nothing.

I'm currently living in my brother Duke Mills' house and I maintain the property for him as he serves in the United States Army at Fort Sill, Oklahoma. In return he allows me to live here.

It has been a hard struggle. But I have a passion for art. I love pencil sketches, full color drawings, digital art, but most of all is vehicle airbrushing designs. I have a deviantart page as well at http://theseeker88.deviantart.com with some samples of my work. I'll post a few here:



This is an airbrushed cover of my stepfather's Xbox 360.



This is an alien spacecraft I saw in a dream. I often draw things I see in dreams.


This is a shaded pencil sketch I made as a tattoo idea for a friend. My friend ended up getting this same tattoo colored and inked.



This is another tattoo idea I drew in pen.

I have various photos of airbrush work I've done that I have yet to upload to link here. I will link the material as I upload it and update this page. The equipment is expensive and a full airbrush set complete with courses is about $7500 for the air pumps, the brush types, the paint canisters and safety equipment to prevent fumes from going into my face and lungs as I work.

The highest donators will get free designs or art of your choice, or if you happen to be in the area, stop on by and I'll give you a free auto tune up and some airbrush designs on your vehicle of your choice. Flames, skulls and crossbones, hearts, religious icons of your choosing - I do them all.

Your funding helps me to take care of my disabled family as well as myself and pave my way to a brighter future, and hopefully one day I can finally have a son and teach him to be a great artist just as I aspire to be. God bless.

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