- A Twitter user recently took to the app to show off a man's amazing sculpturing talent
- In the picture post, the unnamed man works on various lifelike sculptures of prominent SA politicians
- Twitter users were left highly impressed by the man's talent, reacting to the post thousands of times
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A Twitter user has recently taken the time to make an appreciation post of an unnamed local artist who makes the most incredible sculptures. In the post, @nkosi_tj shared a picture of the artist working on a sculpture.
There were also other pictures of the hardworking man's previously completed sculptures. Nelson Mandela, President Cyril Ramaphosa, and a few other prominent figures were among the man's impressive showcase of lifelike looking sculptures.
Many Twitter users loved the man's work, liking the Twitter post over 2000 times. They also took to the comments section to share some thoughts and compliments with the guy. Many of them thought he was a much better artist than Rasta. Read their tweets below.
"Guys the guy is Victor Nkuna he was on Thobela FM at the morning.. I don't how could possibly get hold of him."
"The guy is talented I agree, mara those Ramaphosa shoes are not the ones."
"He rendered Rasta useless."
"Rasta should learn a thing or two from this man."
"No matter what, don't waste this talent. Please make life size pieces as well, go big!. You're amazing!"
"Wow! This is an appreciation tweet for this artist and his work. This is amazing!."
Briefly.co.za recently wrote about Rasta and his painting skills getting him dragged once again. Rasta is back in the trending spotlight after he painted a portrait of Morning Live presenter, Leanne Manas.
Leanne has been a staple in most homes for many years as the presenter for one of South Africa's longest-running breakfast shows. Rasta attempted to paint the presenter and uploaded the painting to Twitter accompanying a birthday wish. Leanne was subtle in her roasting of the artist but still got her point across. She quote tweeted the image of the painting with a caption saying:
"Thank you so much Rasta - I really enjoyed my birthday!! Who’s the lady in the picture? She’s got a very... unique look. Love your work Sir!"
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