Baitemi makes blazing digital illustrations


FRANCISTOWN: Tshepo Baitemi, (25) is making a name for himself in the art world through digital paintings and illustrations.

The Tsetsebjwe native is currently blazing a trail in digital artistry locally. Baitime, who is currently studying for an Honours Degree in Creative Multimedia at the Limkokwing University of Creative Technology, his creative abilities are deeply rooted in his family. He told Arts&Culture that creating art runs in his family, having begun with simple line cartoons throughout his childhood years. Born in a family of five, Baitemi stated that he never looked back after beginning to express his feelings and stories via art at junior secondary school using brushwork to shade his pieces. “I always aspired to perform better than my priceless artworks and I consider myself to be one of my greatest inspirations. I challenged myself to improve as an artist from time to time. My mother (Mmaseno Baitemi), who has always valued my creativity and encouraged me to make more and better work, has inspired and kept me going,” he continued.

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