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Hey, Facebook and Twitter friends and fellow comic enthusiasts. I’ve just discovered a new web site where you can contact comic legends and up and coming stars in the comic industry. Virtual Inks Inc. was founded by legend, and 29 year veteran artist/inker Mark McKenna. Mark has worked for Marvel & DC and has inked and penciled over 500 comics in his career. He’s been behind some of our favorite characters' greatest appearances. His lines are fluid and contrasting; they refine any pencils he is inking. He has a knack for making anything he touches simply better. The studio includes artist Victor Castro who is new to comics, but has a style that is reminiscent of the modern age of comics. He uses a blend of many artist of that genre, including John Byrne, Walter Simonson, John Romita and Sal Busema. Victor is a man of many talents, he has the capabilities to be able to take a project in any phase and bring it to completion. Victor is working now on the Hero’s Initiative project “X-Men Battle of the Atom” Finally there are two up and coming artist that will someday be the glue to the comic world. Whether it be through web comics, digital or print you will soon know their names. Nikkol Jelenic is an up and coming female artist whose talent is raw but refined. She’s an amazing young talent who has a bright future. Her style is like that of a young Rob Liefeld or Erick Larsen. She has a raw grit like David Mack. The final artist in the studio is Michael Openhiemer. Michael is also new to comics but says that art is in his blood, and I have to agree with him. Michael has a natural ease to his work and his use of water colors make his pencils pop. Virtual Inks Inc. is your one stop shop for everything art, from commissions to helping you make your script come to life. I have included some pencils and inks to show just how talented the VII folks really are. Contact…...

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