- A young artist's painting has gone viral after he posted the amazing work on his Twitter feed
- The man posted the the start and finished product of his artwork and the internet loves it
- Many have asked the man if he is selling the original painting and some just want prints of it
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A talented young man's portrait has gone viral on Twitter and everyone has marvelled at his talent. The man identified as Assandre Jean-Baptiste posted two photos of his artwork.
HueyDynamite, his name on Twitter, showed a photo of the beginning phase of his painting and also showed the final product.
The photo, with which appears to be a brilliant play on words shows a man in the middle on a wave, trying to hold a hair brush. The man is clad in a durag, which is worn when people want their hair to be in waves.
The post has garnered 19 900 comments and 103 000 likes. Many of Jean-Baptiste's followers began praising his immaculate skills, asking if he was willing to sell the painting. He said he is only selling prints for now.
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"I would hang this in my house."
"I love this piece, would you consider selling the original? Or prints only for now?"
"Literally every time I look at this I find a different part to be obsessed by! The talent."
"I think if you are willing to sell this piece you should definitely auction it."
Meanwhile, Briefly.co.za reported that a local artist, Thabo Lephalala, has shown off his talent by drawing an amazing picture of Mamelodi Sundowns star Hlompho Kekena.
Last week, the artist posted the picture of Kekana on his WhatsApp status and the picture was then shared on Twitter by a user identified as Skepe Matsebane.
The Masandawana midfielder was impressed by the portrait of himself and wanted to find out how much the artist is selling it for, adding that he loves it.
More users on Twitter commented on the image which left and impression on many. Some encouraged Kekana to ask his teammates for a portrait so the young artist could earn a living.
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