Artist reveals amazing work of art and wows Mzansi: “What a talent”

Artist reveals amazing work of art and wows Mzansi: “What a talent”

- A talented artist hadn't been drawing in years, but decided to resume during the lockdown

- He dedicated nearly two full days and created a special work of art

- His stunning portrait received great acclaim via social media, as the post went viral

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The lockdown has been a hindrance for many South Africans, but some have made the most of the free time.

An artist known as Daz Earthchild revealed that he hadn't been drawing for a number of years, but he saw the lockdown as an opportunity.

Channelling his innate ability, Daz created an amazing portrait of a young woman.

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The talented artist explained that it took him two days to complete, with minimal breaks to eat and shower.

He shared the end product via the #ImStaying Facebook group and it left South Africans breathless.

Briefly.co.za noted that more than 8 000 people liked the post and nearly 1 000 positive comments were shared.

Artist reveals amazing work of art and wows Mzansi: “What a talent”

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Lika Fouche was left in disbelief:

"Unbelievable o my word! You are so amazingly talented."

Bev Meldrum added,

"That is incredible - what a talent."

Gail Geduld lauded Daz's ability:

"Such talent!!!! Sheer perfection with every stroke."

Maxine Haddock marvelled at the detail:

"I feel I can reach out and touch this lady. Beautiful, talented Artwork."

Briefly.co.za previously reported on another gifted artist as Shanfield Moyo also featured some of his incredible work.

The young man was lauded for his phenomenal works of art.

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Source: Briefly.co.za

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