- A talented lady has got much support on Twitter after sharing the first painting she did in 2021
- Titling it 'Delusional Self Portrait', the fine artist said it took her 16 hours to complete the project
- There were tweeps who really wanted to know what was going through her mind when she was at work on it
A lady with the Twitter handle @fatoubessem has gone 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. As at the time of writing this report, the post has gathered over 192,000 likes.
See her tweet below:
Legit.ng compiled some of the reactions below:
"Nice piece. Indeed you're talented buh wait fess, the first thing that crossed yo 2021 is to draw winch?"
"What does the drawing portray?"
"How long did it take you to make that?"
The artist replied:
"hmm.... around 16 hours? I had to spend a lot of time waiting for the oil paint to dry and fix some things.
"Gorgeous. You’re inspiring me to get back to it."
"I wouldn't buy this art..however the level of detail in your art and the work ethic is on another level! Collision symbol. That woman is just horrific though... Lesilo's wife."
"I think its a great piece. I see very melanated and underepresented superheroine represented."
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Meanwhile, Legit.ng earlier reported that a young Nigerian artiste with the Twitter handle @OgbeniJaykay shared the amazing work he made in 2021.
The Nigerian man in a tweet on Saturday, January 9, shared different shots of the cityscape he made that reflects a typical Lagos street.
A tricycle (keke), some danfos, and pedestrians could be seen at a place that looks like a T junction.
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