Young Nigerian artist from Ibadan draws Wizkid, Rihanna with pen on paper

Young Nigerian artist from Ibadan draws Wizkid, Rihanna with pen on paper

- A Nigerian artist, Adeniji Adebayo, has shown what he is capable of as he drew Wizkid and Rihanna with writing pen

- In seeking support on Twitter, he asked people to retweet his work across their timelines

- There were tweeps who said that it would have been better if he had tagged the artistes he drew

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A self-taught artist, Adeniji Adebayo, has wowed many with his great ballpoint arts that captured Nigerian singer Wizkid and American RnB musician, Rihanna.

Posting his artwork on Twitter, the young fine artist asked people to help retweet his work so that it can have a wider reach and bring him patronage.

To show that he indeed drew the global artistes with pens, Adeniji placed a pen each on the photos.

While many praised him, there were a few who said that he needs to work more on the forehead of Rihanna in the drawing.

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See his post below:

As at the time of writing this report, tweeps have shown him much support, giving his post over 4,000 likes with more than 2,000 retweets.

Below are some of the reactions his artworks got:

@amaratomi asked:

"When will you teach me?"

@ShaydeeGraphic said:

"You could have at least tagged em, who knows."
Young Nigerian artist from Ibadan draws Wizkid, Rihana with pen on paper
The Nigerian artist drew Wizkid and Rihanna Photo source: @mr_adebayo5
Source: Twitter

@SteveCypha said:

"Wow this is superb. Your talent no get limit big bro."

@dhaboy01 said:

"These are captivating."

@preshdeyforyou said:

"Wow, this is really amazing."

@mpet14real said:

"Bayo, this is great work. God bless your hustle."

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Meanwhile, earlier reported that a Nigerian visual artist, Patrick Chuka, showed 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, also pleaded with tweeps to help him retweet his work so that it can gain more visibility online.

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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.


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