- A South African artist has left locals thoroughly impressed after she shared pictures of her work on her Twitter page
- Explaining in the caption that it was her latest piece, the talented young lady shared a drawing of actress Angelina Jolie
- Mzansi really loved her work and wasted no time asking her if she could do some drawings for them too
While some humans are as terrible at drawing as a 2-year-old is with a crayon, others are simply gifted and have managed to nurture their God-given talents. @ThembekaNeliswa is one of the talented ones.
The young South African artist recently headed online to share some pictures of her latest artwork - a drawing of Hollywood star and killer actress, Angelina Jolie which we might add was done to perfection.
"Here's my most recent drawing... Angelina," she caption the amazing work of art.
Locals were blown away by her raw talent. Many of them headed to the comment section where they shared a plethora of compliments with the young lady. A lot of them also asked if she could do some work for them too.
Read a few of their comments below:
"Please advise how much would you charge an individual for a 3A portrait."
"Do you draw cats? If I send a photo of my cat, could you draw him? I'd like to know how can I pay you because I live in Brazil! I like your drawings so much."
"It's beautiful but if I have to critique from an artistic view I would say you made her look a few years older and it makes it look like someone else but overall it's a great piece of art."
In other Briefly.co.za news, Prince Ashley Loxion Sambo recently headed to Facebook's ImStaying group to share a heartfelt appreciation post about a hardworking man who left him feeling all sorts of inspired and motivated to do more. '
'This brother is a great hustler. He walks at least 15km selling tomatoes and onions with a wheelbarrow. What caught my attention was not the tomatoes or onions but his hard work. I felt the need to support his hustle. I called him and he waited at my fence.
''What a good service from this brother. He had a face mask on and he was carrying a sanitiser. I decided to give him one of the maize cobs which I had roasted. It is people like this brother who make me stay in Mzansi. So I have no choice but to stay because of people like him,'' he wrote proudly.
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