- A young Mzansi artist has released his latest artwork on DJ Black Coffee and would like the musician to see it
- @ObakengMArt has asked Mzansi to review his efforts as he compared pieces he did of Black Coffee in 2020 and this year
- Mzansi has reacted with positive messages and many are looking to commission the young artist based on Coffee’s portrait
His name is Obakeng Mphahlele and he is one of the talented artists who is known for displaying his art on social media. Mphahlele’s latest offering is of none other than Mzansi’s finest DJ, Black Coffee, and he just posted a picture comparing his drawings in 2020 and the one in 2021.
The gifted artist has shocked many with his talents, especially when looking at his attention to small details.
Briefly News joined Mzansi’s social media networkers in taking a look at the comments and selected a few of those comments.
“How do you guys do this vele? Phela o ke motho klaar.”
“Jesus this guy can even draw a shade like how? Check the shade of the spectacles frame cha. Some of us just accompanied you guys on earth, we can’t dance.”
“This is too much. Nobody should be this good at anything.”
“I can't afford to pay for this flawless portrait but would love to know how much it costs...”
“This picture gives me goosebumps wena.”
“I'm not a prophet but am sure Coffee will be facing the right side.”
Briefly News reported in an article that a very talented young man with the handle @OfficiaLifyarts has amazed many people on social media with his pencil art.
The young man shared the photograph of the person he drew. Placing it side-by-side with the photo, one may think the pencil art only was edited with a black and white filter.
With his pencil, the man uses shadowing to achieve the contours formed by the man's wide smile. People rushed to his comment section to ask how much they would need to pay him to get a drawing of themselves too.
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