How to Draw a Corn Dog

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A corn dog is a hot dog or sausage that has been dipped in a cornmeal batter and deep fried. Along with cotton candy and funnel cakes, corn dogs are traditional fare at county and state fairs.

The corn dog, also spelled corndog or corn-dog, originated in the United States. German sausage makers, immigrants to Texas, are credited with the invention, for which a patent was awarded in 1929.

Legend has it that not everyone in their new land liked the sausages they prepared, so they discovered a new way to market it!

The corn dog patent reads, in part: "I have discovered that articles of food... when impaled on sticks and dipped in batter.. and then deep fried...the resultant food product on a stick for a handle is a clean, wholesome and tasty refreshment."

Soon, "Krusty Korn Dog" machines could be found across the country.

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Today, various types of corn dogs are enjoyed around the world. Some are filled with cheese, wrapped in French fries, or made from breakfast sausage wrapped in maple-flavored pancakes.

Would you like to draw a tasty cartoon corn dog? All you will need is a pen, pencil, or marker and a sheet of paper. Then, follow the simple step-by-step instructions of this cartoon food drawing tutorial.

If you liked this tutorial, see also the following drawing guides: Hot Dog, Pizza, and Burger.

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Step-by-Step Instructions for Drawing a Corn Dog

Corn Dog drawing - step 1
How to Draw Corn Dog: Step 1

1. Begin by drawing a long curved line and doubling it back upon itself to form an incomplete teardrop shape. Note that it does not meet at a point. In its place, draw a "U" shaped lines overlapping the ends of the previous line. This forms the basic shape of the corn dog.

Corn Dog drawing - step 2
How to Draw Corn Dog: Step 2

2. Extend a curved line from the base of the corn dog and double it back upon itself to form the stick. Then, begin drawing the condiment on top. Begin with a spiral line.

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Corn Dog drawing - step 3
How to Draw Corn Dog: Step 3

3. Continue drawing your favorite sauce, using a long wavy line.

Corn Dog drawing - step 4
How to Draw Corn Dog: Step 4

4. Draw another long wavy line roughly parallel to the first.

Corn Dog drawing - step 5
How to Draw Corn Dog: Step 5

5. Complete the sauce by drawing a "U" shaped line to connect the two previous lines. One good corn dog deserves another - begin drawing a second corn dog. Use a long curved line to outline the food.

Corn Dog drawing - step 6
How to Draw Corn Dog: Step 6

6. Draw a "U" shaped line overlapping the two ends of the previous line. Then, extend a long line and double it back upon itself to form the stick.

Corn Dog drawing - step 7
How to Draw Corn Dog: Step 7

7. Draw sauce on the top of this corn dog as well. Begin with a spiral line, then extend one end in a wave.

Corn Dog drawing - step 8
How to Draw Corn Dog: Step 8

8. Draw another curved line parallel to the previous line. Connect them at the end.

Corn Dog drawing - step 9
How to Draw Corn Dog: Step 9

9. This corn dog already has a bite taken out of it! Draw a curved line across the end of the corn dog, and a circle below it, revealing a cross-section of the hot dog inside.

Complete Corn Dog drawing
How to Draw Corn Dog: Step 10

Color your cartoon corn dog. What do you like on yours, mustard or ketchup? In our illustration, we've used red and yellow to shade one of each!

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