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How to Draw Tarzan and Jane
Step 1. We will be drawing two figures so two head guides needs to be drawn. Add the guidelines for the faces and body for the female.
Step 2. Let's work on Tarzan first. Sketch out the shape of his forehead and then proceed to draw out the profile of his face. Add the frown line along the cheek as well.
Step 3. Up next, finish working on the face by drawing the eyebrow. Add the scar in the eyebrow and sketch in detailing to the face. When that is done you can draw out Tarzan's long, thick locks.
Step 4. Begin drawing Tarzan's torso which is his chest. When that is done add detailing to the chest and add the nipple and scratches.
Step 5. We will work on Jane next. Draw in the shape of her head and then draw in the hairstyle which actually forms the head. Her bangs should be thick and spread out.
Step 6. Draw the profile of Jane's face as well. This should include the eye, eyebrow, neck and lips. Add some scuff marks on her face as well.
Step 7. We will draw in the shoulders next, then draw the arms. When that is done you can work on her shirt which is torn and tattered from living in the jungle with Tarzan. Add detailing to the chest and you're done.
Step 8. Lastly, draw in the rest of Jane's hairstyle. It should be long and flowing and when you're done you can sketch in the scuff marks on the chest and stomach. Erase the mistakes and guides, then you're done.
Step 9. Here is the line art folks. Color in this jungle couple and show folks that you just drew Tarzan and Jane.
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December 11, 2015Artist: DawnDifficulty:
December 13, 2015P.O.V:
I don't know how many people are familair with the fact that there is a new movie coming and and it's on another remake of Tarzan. So today I will be showing you all how to draw Tarzan and Jane, step by step. I have always been a fan of the cartoon from Disney as well as the realistic version which was made more than a few years ago. This version of Tarzan and Jane is solely my own. I created the figure concepts by using my imagination based on what we would associate Tarzan and Jane to look like. This is a super fun lesson but it's also challenging so be sure to prepare yourself from extra drawing time.