|Uploaded:||January 16, 2008|
|Updated:||February 12, 2010|
King Kong the giant ape that gained popularity with American culture when he took screen in his first debut movie back in 1933. It was about a big oversized gorilla from Skull Island that was discovered by a filming crew that went there to shoot a movie. The crew was lead by Carl Denham who also brought along his good friend Jack Driscoll and a beautiful actress named Ann Darrow that he happens to be in love with. While on the mysterious island they run into the natives who later capture the scarlet actress to use as a sacrifice for the giant ape they worship, Kong. Carl later rescues Ann and captures the over grown gorilla and brings him back to New York for examination. There is one thing that Carl and the other crew don’t know though, while captured by King Kong he fell in love with Ann and she shared the same feelings for him. She knew he wasn’t a beast at all but a loving animal that has feelings too. King Kong eventually escapes into the city and becomes a terror. He gets shot down and Ann becomes all depressed as she watches her loving beast die. This is a classic movie of how beauty can indeed fall in love with the beast. They even had a cartoon series back in 1966 called “The King Kong Show” and then again in 2001 with “Kong: The Animated Series” I use to draw the cartoon version of Kong as a kid, now I’m showing other people "how to draw King Kong" with my tutorial. As always the instructions are easy to follow and it has a total of 11 steps. I sketched him out on a notebook about a year ago. I was actually looking threw my old drawings and saw him there, so I said to myself “that would make a good tutorial.” I hope you have fun with this one, it does have some detailing that will take time but King Kong does come out good in the end.