Catchphrases written in the back of trucks and matadors in India aren’t just quirky however show off the superb calligraphic competencies of people who write them. One such video is of a painter who writes ‘Diesel’ on a gas tank of what seems to be a truck is now going viral on Twitter. The guy’s impeccable brush strokes with orange shade brought to his pace and accuracy are subsequent-degree.
The 22-2d video was shared on Twitter coping with ‘Gabbar Singh’ earlier and accumulated over 169.9k perspectives. Originally from Songbird, the video was shared with the caption “I’m watching this on loop”. The viral video has obtained over 1k retweets and 81 quoted tweets, similar to over 8k likes and counting. Take a look at the beautiful calligraphy capabilities of this painter:
‘He makes it look so easy.’
Netizens had been left surprised by the wonderful calligraphy skills this man showcased. While some were left guessing till he completed the last stroke, some clever Twitteratis figured it right at the start. However, few wanted to ideal the write-up to whole any other degree. “This is lovely. However, my OCD needs the small black component next to the letter ‘L’ to be colored orange. It’s making me uncomfortable”, the viewer wrote. Take a look at some different reactions here:
Painter writes ‘STOP’ on mud-flap in less than 20 strokes
In every other similar video that went viral in 2019, a painter used much less than 20 strokes to jot down ‘STOP’ at the mud-flap of a truck. Netizens, not the handiest, laud his brush-stroke talents. However, they were also in awe of this precision and velocity. The video shared in February 2019 received over 2.52 lakh views and over 21,000 reactions.