Young man takes up drawing for 1st time in years, wows Mzansi

Young man takes up drawing for 1st time in years, wows Mzansi

- A young man decided to be productive during the lockdown and reignited his passion for drawing

- For the first time in five years, he sketched something impressive

- He shared it via social media and South Africans were blown away

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Gomotsegang Tshepang Mhlongo had a passion for art, but it fell by the wayside over the years.

However, the 21-day lockdown is proving to be a blessing in disguise for the young man, as it's allowed him to reignite that passion.

Gomotsegang decided to make the most of the free time at home and put pen to paper to create something substantial for the first time in years.

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He sketched a brilliant portrait of a young girl and shared it via the #ImStaying Facebook group.

Briefly.co.za gathered that the work of art blew South Africans away based on the hundreds of positive comments.

Facebook: #ImStaying

Young man takes up drawing for 1st time in years, wows Mzansi
Source: Facebook

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Desre Dixon said,

"Wow. You are an artist. Dont waste it."

Elizabeth Eekhout added,

"Wow! You are so talented."

Daya Chetty responded,

"The lockdown is bringing out the best in people like you. God bless."

Lia Mulcahy said,

"Lovely. So this lockdown is doing you good. Brilliant."

Earlier, Briefly.co.za reported that Lauretta Raphasha reminded everyone that foreign nationals within Mzansi have also been impacted by the 21-day lockdown.

Lauretta identified three Zimbabwean families in need and blessed them with some food parcels.

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Source: Briefly.co.za

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