Nigerian Lady Who Taught Herself to Paint Shares Artwork She Did That Took Her 183 Days, Wows Many

Nigerian Lady Who Taught Herself to Paint Shares Artwork She Did That Took Her 183 Days, Wows Many

- A Nigerian lady has showcased a beautiful ballpoint pen on a paper painting she made herself

- According to the self-taught artist, it took her 6 months to finish the piece of art

- One tweep described the artwork as best of all arts as many others hailed her talented showing

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While many are groomed to sharpen their talents or skills, a Nigerian lady discovered and honed hers all by herself.

The lady is a talented self-taught artist and has been known to impress social media users with her paintings every now and then.

Nigerian Lady Who Taught Herself to Paint Shares Artwork She Did That Took Her 183 Days, Wows Many
Talented Nigerian lady shares artwork she mad that took her 6 months to make @mommiez_gal
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Her recent painting, however, came with an extra effort.

In a recent tweet, @mommiez_gal shared a ballpoint pen on paper painting and revealed that it took her 6 months (182.5 days) to complete the artwork.

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The artwork she titled Spring of Hope got tongues wagging as many were awestruck by its beauty and how detailed it was.

@itzt_tommy reacted:

"Best of all arts have seen so far.... Keep soaring high dearie."

Responding to tweeps comments the self-taught talent admitted that:

"Thanks so much

"This is my most challenging piece so far, but it has paved way to do bigger drawings."

Another user @OlangWahington remarked:

"Remarkable! Quite interesting that a ballpoint pen can do this."

@jatin85055191 said:

"Nice picture nice smile nice artwork too dear friend."

@tphayenic commented:

"God bless your effort OYIN."

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Meanwhile, earlier reported about a Nigerian lady that uses waste ankara fabrics to make paintings.

In a Twitter post, the lady said she upcycles waste fabrics into paintings.

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She posted two photos of the portraits she made. The fabric-paintings depict women in both frontal and side views.

Looking closely at the works, one could see how different the ankara fabrics blend to give an astonishing mixture of patterns and colours. Not only did people appreciate her craft, but they also wished her prosperity in her future endeavours.

Victor Duru is a 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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