An 18-year-old boy was painted by a creative artist known as 'Kyriatuon Ng' on Facebook, the artist posted some pictures of the Acrylic painting of the boy dressed up to look like the famous cartoon character "AVATAR" in a platform 'entertainment portal'. The pictures were awesome with an amazing painting to show the arrow tattoo and an impressive editing that makes it look perfect. The artist loves to show off his wonderful Acrylic painting on the internet. Actually, he is good at what he does.
This creative work got lot of attention on Facebook, as people began to comment their view on the realities of the painting.
Now that you have seen this creativity, what is your opinion on this work of art?
Does it really look creative or it's an act of joblessness as a result of the covid-19 pandemic break.
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