But this time, Twitterjaya shows off its creative side!
It all started when Twitter user Nurul Ain shared her piece of work.
Only to discover that she wasn’t the only one who had the knack for the arts.
Mine ☺️ pic.twitter.com/MHvcJj2fj6
— SHRNIZARUSLAN (@sharnizarsln) August 7, 2019
Mine 😂 pic.twitter.com/FzEqMchnpR
— ⚯͛ (@s1llyturd) August 6, 2019
Mine 😂 pic.twitter.com/XJqNzRbF8y
— Mahiro (@safiddnyzd) August 6, 2019
Some used stickers to bring out their inner artist.
Me too pic.twitter.com/r3opTLftJE
— Hermosa 🌺 (@fatinsyarmine) August 7, 2019
Whilst some cringed at how they couldn’t unleash their art due to hostel restrictions.
cantiknya…. aku punya hmmmm harey pic.twitter.com/QocBdBy4Ab
— tigerlily (@azrnnstsya) August 7, 2019
And some proved that being an artist meant anything can be a canvas.
My powerbank tho 😊🤘🏼✨ pic.twitter.com/izy2kMHFHc
— 파야 (@nrfrhnzrh1) August 7, 2019
After being asked by many, Ain shared the paint used for her masterpiece.
— ✨ (@ainnizam_) August 6, 2019
She even shared her 30-minute process on Instagram of how she changed her charger adaptor into a piece of art.