- A young Nigerian man, Patrick Chuka, has got many talking with the pen drawing that took him three months to finish
- The young artist asked for wider outreach as he begged tweeps to retweet his piece across their timelines
- Many people were in his comment section to praise his focus and how he kept at the same task for months
A Nigerian visual artist, Patrick Chuka, has shown off his latest masterpiece on Twitter, as he posed beside it.
Patrick said that the pen drawing took him arduous work of three months before he could complete it.
He, therefore, pleaded with tweeps to help him retweet his work so that it can gain more visibility online.
Many admired his strong sense of determination of working on a single piece for months. Others just wondered and asked how he was able to pull such an amazing job with just a pen.
See his post below:
As at the time of writing this report, his photos have gathered over 14,000 likes with almost equal numbers of retweets.
Briefly.co.za compiled some of the reactions below:
"Out of curiosity, how many pens did you use?"
"I'm so proud of you pato you've improved your drawing skills immensely."
"The more you zoom the more beautiful it becomes."
"Omoh. Only 3 months? I for talk say nah 3 years. With biro?? Like normal biro?"
Meanwhile, Briefly.co.za earlier reported that a lady with the Twitter handle @fatoubessem went viral online after showcasing photos of the first art piece she painted in 2021.
The lady posed with the masterpiece, wearing a big smile. The work features what looks like a goddess with long hair cascading over her shoulders.
Her eyes are surreal as she wears the dreamy look of someone in a trance. Behind her is a shining moon with a strong current that gives a sparkly background.
Many tweeps praised her, saying she made a picturesque artwork that captures easily.
In other news, popular visual artist, Laolu Senbanjo, has taken to social media to honour human rights activist, Martin Luther King Jr., with stunning artwork on a day reserved to celebrate him.
Martin Luther King Jr. Day is a federal holiday in the United States of America marking the birthday of Martin Luther King Jr. It is observed on the third Monday of January each year.
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