Students were asked to draw Dr. Jose Rizal without a copy and the result is hilarious

José Protasio Rizal Mercado y Alonso Realonda or more commonly known as Jose Rizal is the National Hero of the Philippines. He is best known for not using violence in his fight for peace. Instead, he used his pen and mind to influence the people to make a move towards independence.

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His efforts were admired and recognized by many and were even dubbed as the “bloodless revolution” which later earned him the title of being Philippines’ national hero. Given his title, his life story is often featured in history classes in schools. So, it no longer is a surprise that students can recognize him with just a glance.

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As for these students, they were tasked to ‘draw’ a portrait of the late hero without a copy and the results were hilarious in a good way.

There was the “Jhong Hilario” lookalike type of Jose Rizal.

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The “Jose Rizal with an undercut”

 

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The Jose Rizal with a leaf on his hair

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The Jose Rizal with a mustache

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Confused Jose Rizal

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Clueless Jose Rizal

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Jose Rizal in Formal Mode

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Jose Rizal with Pouty Lips

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Through a post, Facebook user Jobert Andone Shuffle shared photos of what the students drew as part of their activity on knowing Dr. Jose Rizal.

Jose Rizal de Andres Bonifacio

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Jose Rizal de General Luna

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Jose Rizal or Erap Estrada?

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Curly-haired Jose Rizal

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The Ching-chong Jose Rizal

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Jose Rizal with a Curved Nose

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Jose Rizal with contact lenses

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In the photos, it can be seen that many of the portraits depict the face of Rizal while others did their best but ultimately failed to do so.

Jose Rizal with a puffed face

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Jose Rizal with the bangs

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Jose Rizal with pouty lips

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“Retokadong” Jose Rizal

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Jose Rizal with his Kilay on Fleek

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Nonetheless, their effort is still rewarded as scores were still given for the effort of trying to make their portraits as original and as “Jose Rizal Looking” as possible.

Jose Rizal as Vice Ganda

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Italian Jose Rizal

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Jose Rizal as Sen. Tito Sotto

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Jose Rizal with the shading

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Jose Rizal with Kilay on Fleek

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Wax Figure of Jose Rizal

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Sad Jose Rizal

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After all, the instruction to the test is to simply draw Jose Rizal’s portrait without copying the works of others.

Jose Rizal with his no-teeth smile

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Jose Rizal with big ears

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Jose Rizal with white eyes

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Jose Rizal in serious mode

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Sad Jose Rizal

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Jose Rizal while contemplating

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While others are talented in drawing, there are just too many people who cannot do such. But still, it is good to know that pretty much all of the students still did their best.