- An unnamed artist has delighted social media users with photos of his sculpted works shared by @AkoRaGye69
- When people saw the pictures, they were hit with a mixture of amazement for his craft and awe towards the artworks having a striking semblance with real-life animals
- Since his works hit the internet, they have gathered thousands of retweets, likes and several comments as people had a lot to say
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The photos of an unnamed man painting his sculpted works to make it look real have really gone viral. The artistic brilliance was shared by a man with the Twitter handle @AkoRaGye69.
In the first frame, the artist could be seen painting the sculpture of a turkey. The second photo shows the animal in full glare standing on a concrete platform.
The third picture is an excellent work of art as it features three animals in a single composition. In the photo, he applies white paints on a molded ram surrounded by its kids, one of which was in a suckling pose.
A partly cut still-life pumpkin stands on a platform in the fourth picture in a way that makes it look almost real.
If the artiste was not standing beside the works with a paintbrush, many would pass them off as the real subject they imitate.
Many people who commented on the amazing photos online said that they mistook the pictures at first glance.
Others said that they had a reality check when they read others' comments praising subjects in the pictures as artworks.
Below are some of the ways people reacted:
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Meanwhile, Briefly.co.za earlier reported that a Nigerian hyper-realistic artist identified as Mayor Olajide 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 were found in the comment section commending him for the masterpiece.
The young artist, who said he drew the portrait within 18 days, urged Nigerians to help him retweet it till the United States president sees it.
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.
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