- The Mzansi digital community is once again reacting to another budding artist who just dropped his portraits of famous personalities
- @Dumi_Magaye asked the social media community to share his art after drawing popular figures such as the late Nelson Mandela and Menzi Ngubane
- South Africans have praised the young man but many have also pleaded with Rasta to take a look at the finer details to learn the craft
South Africans are expressing their artistic flair in recent times and one young artist has also taken to social media to drop his pieces. The talented guy delivered exceptional drawings of public figures.
His pen and pencil portraits range from former president Nelson Mandela to Menzi Ngubane, he has also asked his followers to share them. @Dumi_Magaye is using a pencil to sketch his subjects and there's no doubt the uniqueness has attracted the Mzansi online community.
The post reads:
“Hello everyone, here are some of my drawings, please kindly retweet.”
“You have a talent, keep it up.”
“Wow... You know your story.”
“How much is your portrait? I’ve been looking for something like this.”
“Fabulous creativity dear...”
“Better than Rasta.”
“Uyancomeka umsebenzi wakho Ndosi.”
“Good job, finally we find a replacement for Rasta.”
“Wow, your work is unbelievably amazing.”
“This guy must stop”: Mzansi reacts to Rasta’s latest painting of DJ Tira
Remaining with art stories, Briefly News ran an article that a portrait by well-known Mzansi artist, Rasta, of veteran DJ Tira is circulating in social media circles.
Posted by @AdvoBarryRoux, the work of one of Mzansi’s finest DJs has caught the attention of the online community, who are divided on the quality of the art piece.
Some have advised the controversial artist to stop drawing celebrities, suggesting he has no talent.
Tira is one of the most celebrated celebrities in the Mzansi music scene and hails from KwaZulu-Natal. Many on social media are certain that he will not be pleased with Rasta's sketch.
“Even the watch got the timing wrong.”
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