How to Draw a Corn Easy with this how-to video and step-by-step drawing instructions. Easy drawing tutorial for beginners and kids.
Today HTDraw.com artists will tell you how to draw a corn popcorn step by step. We have chosen a horizontal position of this cob. In fact, it is very easy to draw a corn, and the only serious difficulty is to draw a large number of the seeds of this golden grain. But make sure that with our very simple art tutorial you can easily learn how to draw a popcorn, even if you see a pencil and a piece of paper for the first time in your life.
Please see the drawing tutorial in the video below
Video produced by channel: 1 Medias Drawing
You can refer to the simple step-by-step drawing guide below
First, we sketch a long elongated oval shape. One tip of the oval should be sharper. Do not try to achieve perfectly smooth lines, your corn sketch at this stage should be very light, almost invisible.
Now let’s make our loose sketch more similar to the drawing of a corn. For this purpose, at the second step we will draw a husk, which literally hugs the ear of corn and a small cut stalk.
To correctly draw a corn, or rather its grains, we will create a guiding grid. Note that the sections of this grid should become smaller as you approach the tip of the corn.
This stage will be very difficult and painstaking, but the whole complexity of this step lies only in the monotony of actions. So, with the help of very clear lines make all the cells of the grid of the round step round.
Using hatching, draw the shadows on the lower part of the corn and on the inner surfaces of the husk. Also draw the shadows under the corn so that the cereal grain drawing does not look soaring in the air.
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