How to Draw Jane from Tarzan

Artist: Dawn / December 19, 2015
How to Draw Jane from Tarzan

Step 1.


Make the guide shapes for the head, torso and end quarters like so. When that is done you can draw in the guidelines for the face, arms and legs.

Step 2.


Define the shape of the girl's face on an angle like so. Notice the structure to the face so be sure to draw it in properly. Once that is done you can draw the parted hair bangs.

Step 3.


Use the facial guidelines to draw the eyebrows, eyes, nose and mouth. Add some color to the lips and color in the eyebrows.

Step 4.


We will now work on her hairstyle which is long, straight and full of body. When that is done you can proceed to step five.

Step 5.


Draw the shoulder and arm along with the hand. As you can see she is crawling on the floor. Add the arm bracelet on her arm like so, and move to step six.

Step 6.


Draw the torso shape starting with the back arch and waist area. When that is complete you can draw in the breast and bikini style top and color in a leopard print. Don't forget to draw the stomach as well.

Step 7.


Let's draw in her butt followed by the cloth she wears to cover up her behind. When that is done being drawn you can add the spots as well.

Step 8.


For the last drawing step all you have to do is draw the other arm and hand, then draw in the legs and feet as they are seen here in a crawling pose. Erase the mistakes and all the guides.

Step 9.


Here is the line art. Now just color in your drawing of Jane the jungle girl or Pin-Up model.

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Artist: Dawn
Date Added: December 19, 2015
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Tags: how to draw girls, how to draw tarzan characters
Description: Yes, here you see before you another Pinup lesson on a girl that looks a lot like Tarzan's Jane. Today, I will be showing you how to draw Jane from Tarzan, step by step. This is going to be a difficult lesson to tackle if you have problems with drawing bodies in particular poses. I worked so hard trying to get her body portions right and even though I think I may have fixed some of the flaws, I can still see changes that I would like to make to her body. As for you, drawing Jane can be hard, but if you take your time and allow yourself to be patient, I think you can succeed at anything you want to draw. Have fun with this version of Jane and I will be back with some other lessons for you to enjoy.