Watch timelapse of teenage Norwich City fan drawing a brilliant portrait of Timm Klose

Timelapse of teenage Norwich City fan drawing Timm Klose. Picture Twitter/Hannah Rachael Lloyd

Timelapse of teenage Norwich City fan drawing Timm Klose. Picture Twitter/Hannah Rachael Lloyd - Credit: Archant

A teenage Norwich City fan has created an extraordinary timelapse drawing of defender Timm Klose and it has received high praise on social media.

Hannah Rachael Lloyd, 16, drew the picture of the Swiss international as part of a project called '30 Drawings; 30 Days' which she completed during the summer and she said there are a number of reasons why she decided to draw him in particular.

'Klose is one of my favourite players at the club and I also liked the style of the picture,' she said. 'I liked how you could see his squad number, as well as some of his face.'

The drawing has been praised on Twitter with many people sharing it among their followers.

@SuperHoolahan said: 'This is absolutely amazing, would love to see you create another one.'

@norwichcity32 tweeted: 'That looks so brilliant keep up good work OTBC!'

And @dapboy added: 'Very impressed, what a talent you have and a great likeness of our best player!'

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Hannah, from Stourbridge in the West Midlands, has supported the Canaries all her life as her Dad grew up in Norfolk and her family still live in the city. She went to her first game during the 2006/07 season and it took her a season and half to see her team win in person, but that hasn't stopped her going.

She has already done drawings of other players and has plans for more.

'I've also done a timelapse of a drawing I did of Josh Murphy and Jacob Murphy in the past, just for fun,' she said. 'I've just started one of Johnny Howson, and do plan on doing more in my free time.'

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