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How To Draw A Corn Drawing
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Step 1. Drawing The Leafs Of Corn
Begin by drawing a long, curved line, like an incomplete letter “C.” This will form the corn’s husk, or leafy part.Outline the outer edge of the opposite husk using two overlapping curved lines.Continue to outline the leafy husk.
Use a long, curved line to enclose a teardrop-like shape alongside the original line. Draw a bend in the opposite husk using a series of connected, curved lines.
Notice the downward facing point of the leaf.
Step 2. Drawing The Husk Of Corn
Begin to outline the corn on its cob. First, draw a curved line extending from the first portion of the husk, forming a “V” shape where the husk splits.
Then, use a series of short, curved, connected lines to form the bumpy kernels of corn.
Continue to draw short, curved, connected lines on the opposite side of the corn cob. Continue until the elongated shape of the cob is enclosed.
Step 3. Drawing The Eyes
Complete the husk by drawing a curved line from the corn cob to the leaf tip. Draw the cut stalk at the bottom of the corn cob by enclosing a narrow shape using a short, curved line.
Detail the husk using curved lines of various lengths. The lines should originate from the cut stalk, the bends in the leaves, and the interior of the husk near the cob.
Step 4. Coloring the corn
It’s an ear with eyes! An ear of corn, that is. Draw two circles within the corn cob to indicate the eyes. Within each eye, draw a smaller circle to form the pupil, and a tiny circle for the eye’s sparkle. Shade the pupil.
Draw a short, thick curve above each eye to indicate brows, and a “U” shaped line to form the mouth. Place a small dot at each end of the mouth.Finally, detail the corn cob with kernels of corn.
Do this by drawing small “C” shaped lines all about the cob. Notice that one kernel is strategically placed to form the nose.
That’s it guys, we have finally completed the drawing of the Corn. I Hope you liked it and if you have any doubts about the corn drawing, let me know in the comment section.