Luke Conde drew Liza Soberano.
LUKE CONDE – One of the members of “Hashtags” Luke Conde has been commended by the netizens after drawing the face of Liza Soberano.
Liza Soberano is definitely one of the female celebrities possessing a very beautiful face.
She is actually on the 5th spot in the list of TC Candler’s Most Beautiful Faces of 2017.
Therefore, it is not a wonder anymore if some of her fellow male stars would admire her beauty.
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She is also the other half of the famous loveteam LizQuen and the other is Enrique Gil.
And one of whom who probably admires her beautiful face is a member of the all-male group “Hashtags” Luke Conde.
Who would have thought that aside from performing and hosting, Luke also has this talent in art.
In a time-lapse video that he posted on his Instagram account, the male personality showed how he drew the gorgeous actress.
The caption of the particular post indicated, “After ilang years, Excited na akong i-share sa inyo ang bago kong art work. Makilala nyo kaya?”
The people of the said social media platform were then quick to respond who the female celebrity he was trying to draw.
Here are some of the comments we have obtained from the post:
mas lalo akong nainlove sayo
What a talent ?! GALING mo naman po
Bravo. Ang ganda
Wait, i kennat! What else are you good at? Ikaw na talaga kuya luke! You’re so gifted
Hala ang galing mo pala mag sketch
Wow! can u please post a picture of it po after you’re done?
Knowing na yung idol mo eh petmalu din magdrawing. Parang ginaganahan tuloy akong tapusin fanart ko for you sir. Ehehehehe
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