Learn Jotaro Drawing From JoJo’s Bizarre Adventure In Just 5 Min

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Drawing Jotaro isn’t difficult, but making your drawings look realistic requires dedication. Well, drawing is also a way of exercising our body. You can easily replicate the Jotaro from “Jojo’s Bizarre Adventure” to your taste with these steps.

Jotaro Kujo has a special power to travel through time. To draw Jotaro stand up straight, then draw his face and body.

First, you’ll want to draw some ovals, which will be the guide for his eyes, nose, and mouth.

You can also sketch in his hair or cap/hairband as you see fit.

From there on out it’s all about using light, loose strokes and adding detail as you go on.

Draw Jotaro’s Pose

To draw Jotaro’s pose, you need to start from the head.

To draw the head start with a circle for the shape of the head.

Inside the circle, draw a vertical line running from the middle of the head downward.

The vertical line should not exceed the circle.

Draw a trapezoid facing downward. This serves as the shape for the neck and the shoulder, drawing a vertical line at the center of the reversed trapezoid.

Draw a circle on the bottom of the trapezoid. This circle should be 4 or 5 times bigger than the head. This big circle would serve as the shape for the waist, for the hand, draw a vertical bend line from the revered trapezoid downward, and join another line point towards the body and at the end of the line.

Draw the vertical lines for the legs. The lines should not be together because his legs are separately apart.

With these, you should be able to conclude that Jotaro is standing while separating his legs.

1) Draw Jotaro's Pose

Draw Jotaro’s Head

2) Outline face, cap, legs, body, arms and hands
                                                     Outline face, cap, legs, body, arms, and hands

Begin with a circle and lines

Inside the circle representing the head, draw a vertical line running from the middle of the head downward.

The vertical line should not exceed the circle.

Draw three horizontal lines on the vertical line.

The first horizontal line should be wider than the others because that is where the eyes will be drawn, the second horizontal shouldn’t be close to the first line.

The second horizontal line should be slightly curved because this is where the nose would be drawn too, and the last horizontal line, which serves as the line of the mouth, the last horizontal line should not be far from the second line and close to the bottom of the circle.

Draw Jotaro’s Cap & Ear

To draw the cap, Jotaro’s cap is connected to the ear.

Draw two horizontal curved lines above the line of the eyes, make sure these lines are close but have little space in between, draw a square-like shape on these curved lines, and make sure the left part of the square has a pattern like that of a crown.

Draw a convex curve that meets at the edge of the slightly curved, make sure the convex curve is bent towards the right face of the Jotaro, and the cap covers the Jotaro’s right eyes.

To draw the ear, make small curves on the sides of the circle.

The right ear is connected to the cap, jaw, and neckline.

The left ear is connected to just the jaw and neckline.

With this, you are already done with Jotaro’s ear

Draw Outline for the Neck & Jaw

The neck is made up of two parts, the top and the bottom, the top of the neck is the part that connects to the head, and the bottom of the neck is the rest of the neck which is connected to the shoulder (body), to draw the neck all you need to do is draw a vertical line under of the jaw down before it gets to the reversed trapezoid, with this simple step you are done with your neck.

The jaw is connected to the ear and the neck.

To draw the jaw is also very simple.

It would be best if you trace down the circle you drew for the head into the shape of the jaw.

You start your tracing from the circle you drew for your ears.

Draw Jotaro’s body

The Kotaro’s body is of different shapes and lines because this is where we have the arms, hands, legs, and also the boot which is attached to the legs

Outline the arms

For the upper arm, draw a vertical line from the top of the shoulder to the elbow, then draw a line parallel to the shoulder.

This line should be longer than the other lines to form the shape of the upper arm.

For the lower arm, draw another vertical line continuing from where the upper arm stops.

The line should be pointing towards the direction of the body because Jotaro’s hand is inside his pocket now.

Outline the hands

Jotaro’s hands are not visible except for his wrist because his hands are inside his pocket.

To draw the wrist for the right hand, draw a curve facing the direction of his pocket just at the center of the lower arm.

For the wrist of his left hand, draw a rectangular shape below the lower arm and make sure the rectangle is facing the pocket.

Inside the small rectangle, draw a curve facing the pocket, too, so the left wrist looks realistic.

Outline the legs

For the legs, for the thigh, draw a slightly vertical line, remember the legs are far apart so the vertical line should be bent toward the outward direction, for the knee (left leg) draw a circle joining the thigh.

Draw Jotaro’s Outfit

3) Detail the outfit, belt, cap, jacket, shirt etc

Draw the upper part of the jacket

Jotaro is putting on a jacket with a long sleeve.

The jacket covers his arms and shoulder and leaves his chest open.

For the left sleeve, draw a small curve from the ear, draw a vertical line bending sideways connected to the small curve at the end of the vertical line, make it a freehand drawing so it looks rough, and draw a vertical bend line connected to the rough part of the shoulder, makes the vertical line also freehand drawing.

Hence, it looks rough (wave-like).

Bend the wave-like line towards the pocket, draw another vertical line from the trapezoid and bend the line toward the first vertical line, as you did for the first line, make the bending towards the pocket look wave-like.

Draw a vertical line from the edge of the first vertical line to the other, draw a vertical line from the curve you drew down to the helm of the sleeve, and draw a vertical line from the helm of the sleeve to the slight bend vertical line, so it looks more realistic and also shows the position of his hand.

You can also repeat the techniques to draw the right sleeve; the only difference is that the elbow part of the sleeve (right) is rougher (wave-like) than the left; therefore, keep that in mind.

Jotaro shirt drawing

Jotaro is wearing a round neck with a pattern.

Drawing the cloth is very simple since the jacket covers most parts of the cloth except the outer part.

To draw the shirt, draw the neckline at the shoulder part of the trapezoid.

This shows the top of the cloth.

Draw a concave curve at the center (inside) of the reversed trapezoid.

At the top of the concave curve, draw a slightly curved horizontal line connecting it to the jacket.

Trace the two edges with a curve, and then do that.

Jotaro belt drawing

Jotaro’s belt is folded into two.

It’s also very simple and straightforward to draw the belt.

Draw a rectangle on the circle that serves as the waist.

The first rectangle should exceed the circle.

The second rectangle should be drawn below the first one and curved downward toward the left leg.

Jotaro pant drawing

Draw a slightly curved vertical line.

Remember, the legs are far apart, so the vertical line should be bent toward the outward direction.

Draw a circle joining the thigh for the knee (left leg).

The curve should be pointing outwardly.

Now draw the same for the back of the left knee so it can point inwardly so the knee can look more practical.

For the right knee, draw the back of the knee in a way that makes its muscle obvious.

From the joint of the curves, draw a vertical line.

This is the shin of the leg and at the back of the shin draw a curve pointing inward.

Make the down part of the shin look like the tail of a fish.

Draw the horizontal line at the bottom of the lines.

Draw the lower part of the jacket

The jacket is a long one that gets to Jotaro’s knee, to draw the lower part, draw a vertical line that bends towards the left from the wrist, add a slight curve line at the end of the vertical line, and draw another curve as a continuity to the knee.

At the back of the knee, draw a convex that starts from the back of the left knee to the back of the right knee.

Inside the convex curve, draw another curve that faces the left knee.

Finish the jacket by drawing a vertically curved line in front of the right knee, and end the vertical line with another curved vertical line from the thigh (right)

Jotaro legs & shoes drawing

For the legs, draw a slightly curved vertical line.

Remember, the legs are far apart, so the vertical line should be bent toward the outward direction.

Draw a circle joining the thigh for the knee (left leg).

The curve should be pointing outwardly.

Now draw the same for the back of the left knee so it can point inwardly so the knee can look more practical.

For the right knee, draw the back of the knee in a way that makes its muscle obvious.

From the joint of the curves, draw a vertical line.

This is the shin of the leg and at the back of the shin draw a curve pointing inward.

Make the down part of the shin look like the tail of a fish. Draw the horizontal line at the bottom of the lines.

For the shoe, draw a small vertical line at the center of the horizontal line of the leg, draw a convex curve, and draw a slightly curved straight line at the edge of the convex, this is the back of the shoe.

Draw a horizontal line at the bottom of the straight line, this is the sole of the shoe.

Draw a slightly curved horizontal line making a sharp edge for the sole, for the upper part of the shoes, draw a curve facing outward from the convex, and finish the shoe by drawing a vertical line from the sole to the front of the shoe.

At the top of the shoe, a sharp triangle is pointing inside. This is the design of the shoe.

Draw the Facial Features

Draw the eyes & the eyebrow

For the eyes, draw a small circle on the horizontal line that crosses the circle of the head.

Jotaro has two eyes.

The face cap he’s wearing covers part of the right eyes, the eyes are not big, but the pupils and the iris are obvious.

Only the left eye’s eyebrow is seen for the eyebrow, and the face cap completely covers the right eyebrow.

For the left eyebrow, draw a bend oval shape over the eyes. The eyebrow should be black.

Jotaro nose mouth drawing

For the nose, the nose is very easy to draw.

On the small horizontal line below the eyes draw the nose and it should be smaller than the mouth.

Make sure the horizontal line is slightly curved so the nose can look more pragmatic.

For the mouth, draw a small horizontal line under the nose.

Make sure the line is wider than that of the nose, and the mouth is drawn so that it looks closed.

Jotaro chain drawing

Before drawing the chain, know that the chain is at the left side of the jacket, draw a curve at the top of the jacket, make it look like the chain is hooked on the jacket, and draw a small circle at the edge of the curve, so it looks like the continuation of the chain.

Now keep adding small circles inside the circle downwardly, so it makes it ten (10) different circles from the top of the jacket down his upper arm.

Double each circle to make it look more realistic to finish this chain.

Enhance the Outfit

To enhance the outfit, you can add the designs on the shirt, add the stripes on the jacket, add the button to the jacket, make the lines of the cap thick, make the lines of the belt thick and also add the design on the belt, make the lines of the pant thick and add the stripes on the pant

Enhance the Outline

4) enhance outline

You can shade the mouth, make the iris and pupils look more realistic, add the line at the left ear, and make the nose line thick.

5) Final Touch to your Jotaro drawing

Conclusion To Jotaro Drawing

With these steps, you can easily replicate the JJBA character “Jotaro” to your taste.

Drawing Jotaro isn’t difficult, but making your Jotaro drawing look realistic requires dedication.

Well, drawing is also a way of exercising our body.

Enjoy!!!