Young lady makes beautiful hand sketch of a skyscraper model, photo goes viral, many ask how she did it

Young lady makes beautiful hand sketch of a skyscraper model, photo goes viral, many ask how she did it

- A young lady has taken social media by storm with his amazing display of painting talents

- She shared a beautiful freehand sketch of a skyscraper model she had made, which she stated was her first drawing

- Many were dazzled at how she was able to give a detailed drawing of the tall building

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Social media have reacted in awe and astonishment to a viral painting a young lady made.

The lady had taken to Twitter with the handle @hiredlovr to upload two frames; the first a beautiful freehand sketch of a skyscraper model and the second the skyscraper model.

Young lady makes beautiful hand sketch of a skyscraper model, photo goes viral, many ask how he did it
Talented lady stuns social media with her amazing freehand sketch of a skyscraper model Photo Credit: @hiredlovr
Source: Twitter

Her ability to pay attention to details caught the eye of many and generated massive reactions. As of time of making this report, the tweet had garnered over 151k reactions.

Surprisingly, architects and engineers had a field day in the comment section about the skyscraper model.

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@hildaumairah reacted:

"This is seriously a very superb. Excellant job. nice piece. Bravo girl!"

@ona_olapo wrote:

"Can you send me the plans and elevations. In 6 months I’ll figure out a way to design it structurally."

@remiopakunle commented:

"6 months? Engineer nor fall my hand.
"You put a central steel member or make that center piece a shear wall and then cantilever every other member out from that.
"Shouldn't take 6 months."

@RShody remarked:

"Actually, it’s not just beauty. We could say it’s sad all you think of is weight distribution instead of what it feels like to live inside that building. But one doesn’t go w/o the other. It’s all about engineering our way to make livable spaces a reality."

@sneaky_leks said:

"It have to be about the weight distribution without it most of the designs wont come to reality."

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Meanwhile, Legit.ng earlier reported that a young man had made a beautiful pencil drawing for English football legend Ian Wright.

Interestingly, his talented display caught the eye of Charles Watts, a United Kingdom-based TV personality who happens to be an Arsenal correspondent. Charles Watts retweeted the drawing and described it as superb, an act that surprised the young artist.

Victor Duru is a Legit.ng journalist with more than three years of working experience in the media industry. He holds a Bachelor's Degree in Management Studies from Imo State University, where he was a Students' Union Government Director of Information. Victor is a Human Interest Editor, Strategic Content Creator and a Google-certified Digital Marketer. Connect with him on Twitter @DuruCVictor2

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