We all love a delicious, mouthwatering hot dog, but at this time of year, it is always a good idea to be careful – you never know when a zombie could be lurking just out of sight…
Step-By-Step Images and Instructions
Start by taking a blue pen, and drawing two wavy lines in the left-hand side of your page, flicking these up at the ends.
At the flicks, continue the lines up and across, heading in towards the middle.
Add two large “U” shapes to the bottom of each of the original lines…
And then add two small dots inside these.
Bring two short, curved lines down on either side of the bottom of the “U”, and repeat this on both shapes – these are the eyes of the zombie hot dog!
Now, bring a curved line up and across to the right above the left eye, and then another curved line down from the bottom of the right eye.
Curve the line over at the top, and then add another line, parallel to the first, at the bottom of the right eye.
Add another line above the right eye to join the curve, and then create a second curved line to the right of the first.
Bring this all the way down, and then curve it at the bottom.
Add another curved line to the left of the left-hand line, and join this at the top and bottom…
And then add an upside-down heart shape below the eyes.
Now, add a horizontal wavy line below this…
And then add another slightly below this, joining them at the corners to create a mouth.
Add two small circles to the bottom of the mouth, and leave these white while you use the blue pen to fill in the rest of the space.
Add a small “x” to the top of the central section…
And then fill in this section with a red pencil.
Use a brown pencil to add color and texture to the central section, bringing your sausage to life.
Now, use the brown pencil to add shading to the left-hand line of the outer section, across the bottom, and curving over the too towards the outer line.
Use the same brown to repeat this in reverse on the other side, and then add a series of small brown dots in the center of both outer sections.
Grab a yellow-orange pencil, and use this to shade the bun sections on the outside.
Grab an eraser, then erase the brown marks in the bottom left corner of the bun. Redraw this part with the yellow-orange pencil.
Use a gray pencil to shade in the edges of the eyes.
Now, that looks like a hot dog that you would never be tempted to eat – no matter how much you were craving fast food!