- A man, Ayogu Kingsley, with his artwork showed that many young citizens of the country are talented
- Kingsley shared photos of his recent work which he titled the 'The Brave Child'
- The painting went viral as many praised his skill, asking how he was able to achieve such realness
An artist, Ayogu Kingsley, has showcased his artistic gift as he posted his life-like painting of a boy on Twitter.
Titling his masterpiece Brave child, he said the project is his recent work. Many, in their hundreds, commented on the beauty of his art.
Sharing the work on Twitter, the man attached four photos that show the painting in great detail. One of the pictures has him in his studio in front of the piece.
As at the time of writing this report, his post has over 5,000 quoted replies from people on the platform as many praised the brilliance and the attention-to-detail that went into creating it.
When a Twitter user, @TwumOpoku, asked him how long the work took him to complete, he said 2 weeks.
See his post below:
Briefly.co.za compiled some of the reactions:
"This is too good, I wish I had an idea of what it costs to get one like this."
"What paint you using tho? I like how the details are clearly shown. I love this work. Keep it up."
"How some artists draw these things I can’t seem to comprehend, the only answer I found is that artist are the closest to the hand writing of the gods!! Wonderful piece!"
"Amazing. Oils are very difficult to master. This level of detail is real talent. I especially love the water and reflectiveness. Absolutely awesome, keep it up!"
"Wow..... The details for me bro... Keep it up, I love it.... You can always sell your arts. It's amazing."
"This is absolutely beautiful. Love it. Pure art. Well done."
Meanwhile, Briefly.co.za earlier reported Abinoro Akporode Collins, another man who wowed internet users after his works resurfaced online, drawing comments from many.
Simple cutleries like spoons form the main material for his artworks. He uses them to create whatever art he wants.
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