Talented man shows amazing drawing skill progression over 6 years

Talented man shows amazing drawing skill progression over 6 years

- A young man, Bankole Emmanuel, has shown that continuous practising goes a long way to improve one's skill

- The artist shared photos that reflect how well he has worked to improve his art of pencil drawing

- Many tweeps were amazed by his progress as some asked him for mentorship that could help them

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A fine artist, Bankole Emmanuel, has shown how he has greatly improved his skill in the course of six years.

In a Twitter post on Sunday, November 29, the man shared photos of two pencil drawings that speak of different qualities.

One was a rookie piece he drew in 2014 while the other showed a well-drawn profile of a young girl with all the relevant details that make for a good piece.

Man shows how his pencil drawing skill improved in 6 years
Bankole kept practising until he achieved mastery. Photo source: Bankole Emmanuel
Source: UGC

Bankole showed off his artistic progress as he joined the 'How it started vs how it's going' challenge that has been trending on the platform for weeks.

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See his post below:

Below are some of the reactions his post got:

@dayjee_1 said:

"Never knew people learn how to draw, thought always it's an inbuilt thing."

@Olusola_Ak said:

"What you drew in 2014 I can't in 2021."

@Petersm91040976 said:

"This is insanely beautiful, I have always had a passion for drawing but don’t really get encouragements and no tutor really, if I could get all these things then I beg I could do better... hopefully you see this and maybe you can be my tutor, excellent art, pure talent."

@opokuware said:

"This is a significant improvement in just 6 years. Wow. You have a gift."

@Ifean_David said:

"You just motivated me to go back to my pencils, I stopped drawing a long time ago, but with this, I'll start again."

@nuel_arts said:

"I used to be this kid everyone likes his drawing until I went to study medicine in school... Now each time I see such perfect art of yours I feel ashamed of myself... I love drawing and painting. Please advise me."

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Briefly.co.za previously reported that a young lady identified as Jumoke recently got social media buzzing after she broke up with her boyfriend of two years.

In a screenshotted post shared by Sheyi on Twitter, the boyfriend, Femi, asked her why she had been ignoring him, and the conversation which led to the breakup followed.

Jumoke stated that she was tired of managing and pushing things and she needed to live her best life as she had been faithful to Femi.

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Source: Briefly.co.za

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