A Treetop Portrait
I never explored the Swiss Family Robinson Treehouse when I was younger, so I can't adequately judge how it compares to Tarzan's Treehouse. But I imagine the previous incarnation definitely had a more realistic and grounded feel to it, for obvious reasons. In Tarzan's Treehouse, from room to room, three dimensional versions of the animated characters are present, including this scene, where Jane sketches Tarzan, frozen in pose, for her records. It's a pivotal moment in the movie, since it represents Jane's heart starting to grow fonder for this strange yet caring jungle man, and it's captured nicely enough in this scene on the walk-through attraction.
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|Jane sketches out Tarzan, at Tarzan's Treehouse.|