How to Draw Baby Taz From Looney Tunes

In this quick tutorial you'll learn how to draw Baby Taz From Looney Tunes in 7 easy steps - great for kids and novice artists.

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Interesting Facts about Baby Taz from Looney Tunes

Taz the Tasmanian Devil first appeared in the “Looney Tunes” episode “Devil May Hare”, alongside Bugs Bunny, in 1954. The adult Taz is typically shown whirling around in a miniature hurricane that can devour anything in its path, however, the baby version is shown to be a much nicer and tamer version of the beast. Unlike adult Taz, baby Taz tries to be good and is often let astray by the other looney tunes getting into mischief. Unlike adult Taz, who usually speaks in “Taz-Speak”, strange babbling noises that no one can understand, baby Taz is easy to understand.

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  • Taz is one of the youngest Looney Tunes.
  • Unlike his adult version, Baby Taz is frequently picked on and has his things stolen by other baby looney tunes.
  • Baby Taz is voiced by Ian James Corlett.
  • Although he tries to think things through, he often breaks things by spinning.
  • Baby Taz’s favourite animal is the monkey,

Taz has very little in common with real Tasmanian Devils, aside from the fact they both are ravenous eaters. However, the character does have many references to other things; he whirls like a “Dust Devil” and his fur is shaped like devil horns.