On Twitter, a video of a painter writing “Diesel” on a fuel tank of what appears to be a vehicle has gone viral. Check this out:
In India, the slogans scribbled behind trucks and matadors are not only fun, but also demonstrate the calligrapher skills of the people who write them. A video of a painter writing “Diesel” on a fuel tank of what appears to be a vehicle is currently trending on Twitter. The man’s crisp orange-colored brushstrokes, combined with his speed and precision, are unmatched.
The 22-second video was posted to Twitter earlier today by ‘Gabbar Singh’ and has received more than 169.9,000 views. The video, which is from Songbird, was shared with the description “Watching this on repeat”. The viral video has received over 1,000 retweets and 81 quoted tweets, as well as over 8,000 likes to date. Take a look at this painter’s incredible calligraphy skills:
I watch it over and over. ?? pic.twitter.com/HpMR9dI3Q6
– Gabbbar (@GabbbarSingh) November 29, 2021
This man’s incredible calligraphy skills amazed Internet users. While some must have guessed until the very last try, a few astute Twitteratis got it right away. However, only a few people wanted to take the article to the next level. “It’s beautiful… but the OCD in me wants the little black part next to the letter ‘L’ to be colored orange.” It makes me uncomfortable, ”the Observer wrote.
Source – Republic of the World
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