- A Nigerian hyper-realistic artist named Mayor Olajide has been commended on Twitter after sharing his charcoal portrait of President Donald of the United States
- The young artist says he drew the portrait within 18 days and wants the president to see
- Nigerians on Twitter commended him for his creativity and the country's minister of youth and sports development has requested for his information
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A Nigerian hyper-realistic artist identified as Mayor Olajide has wowed social media after sharing his charcoal pencil portrait of President Donald Trump of the United States.
Olajide took to his Twitter page to share the stunning portrait and Nigerians took to the comment section to commend him for the masterpiece.
Breifly.co.za learned that the young artist, who said he drew the portrait within 18 days, urged people to help him retweet it the United States president sees it.
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Taking to the comment section, Nigeria's minister of youth and sports development requested for the artist's name and phone number, which the latter provided.
In other news, Hye Sea, an amazing young artist, has become a force to reckon with in the world of design paintings with the use of the sun for amazing and perfect artworks.
The art of focusing the energy of the sun to a concentrated beam and guide that beam of light to thus create designs is called solar engraving.
Solar engraving comes with many benefits as it does not involve the use of any normal painting equipment such as paintbrushes or paints but still produces permanent designs.
All that is required for solar engraving, which talented Hye Sea calls MagnifyTheSUN, only requires a magnifying glass and a piece of drawing material.
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It produces absolutely no waste, which means the process uses nature for the designs without causing any harm to nature in the process.
Meanwhile, Briefly.co.za previously reported that on Tuesday, July 21, President Donald Trump gave a very gloomy outlook on the coronavirus pandemic as he warned Americans that the worst is yet to come.
During his media address, the president, who for a long time did not wear a face mask, advised Americans to put one on as a measure to curb the spread of the virus, NBC News reports.
"America's youth will act responsibly, and we're asking everybody that when you are not able to socially distance, wear a mask. Get a mask," he said.
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