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Cartoon artist, UT alum shares talent for TN tornado relief

Ramsey has been drawing his whole life and wanted to make a difference after seeing UT set up a disaster relief fund.

A University of Tennessee alum and cartoon artist is using his work to help the relief effort following the deadly Middle Tennessee tornadoes. 

The artist, Marshall Ramsey, was inspired by UT's locker room sign that says "I will give my all for Tennessee today."

Ramsey has been drawing his whole life and wanted to make a difference after seeing UT set up a disaster relief fund. 

He said he's seen an overwhelming amount of support. 

"That's what we've seen in Tennessee and it's been incredible. Here you've had all of this pain and yet all this good has come from it so I tried to capture that all in one drawing," Ramsey said.

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