"Please Draw Me": Talented Street Artist Produces a Quick Sketch of Bus Conductor, Video Trends on TikTok

"Please Draw Me": Talented Street Artist Produces a Quick Sketch of Bus Conductor, Video Trends on TikTok

  • A man who is an artist made a bus conductor happy when he quickly produced a drawing of him on a white paper
  • The artist was one of the passengers on the commercial bus when he decided to quickly sketch the conductor
  • People on TikTok who have seen the video are praising the artist while some asked him to draw them

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TikTok users have fallen in love with a street artist who produced a nice drawing of a bus conductor.

It all started in the video when the conductor was turning to those seated at the back of the bus to ask for money.

Bus conductor sketched by an artist.
An artist produced a quick sketch of the bus conductor. Photo credit: TikTok/@carthyrinah.
Source: UGC

In the short video, the artist who was seated at the back of the bus quickly captured the face of the bus conductor. He brought out his drawing paper and drawing pad and started to sketch.

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Viral video of a bus conductor drawn by a street artist

It was not long before the artiste came up with a very good drawing of the conductor. There was a broad smile on the man's face when he got the drawing right inside the bus.

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It was free work and he shook hands with the artist when he alighted from the bus. Some TikTok users have asked to be drawn too. The video was posted by @beness_pro.

Watch the video below:

Reactions from TikTok users

@Mayowa said:

"Life is like photography, you use the negative to develop " the message on his shirt. Big ups G."

@Ade Toyese said:

"I love you bro. You don't the mind because he is poor and you made a sketch for him without expecting reward from him. some only sketch the rich people."

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@valentine reacted:

"Strong message on his TShirt."

@Zumieglobal said:

"I literally cried watching this."

@Haryor_hair_closet reacted:

"You are going places. Can you do one for me. My birthday is on Sunday please."

@Queen_Dimma said:

"Hi please draw me."

Street artist goes viral after drawing Wike

In a related story, Legit.ng, Nigeria's leading online news source, reported about a Port Harcourt-based street artist who has produced beautiful artworks, some of which include the portrait of Governor Nyesom Wike.

The young artist identified as Obosi Micah Monday was seen in the streets of Port Harcourt doing his wonderful job.

In an interview, the man said he was self-thought and that he intends to go far in the profession.

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Source: Legit.ng

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