When it comes to frogs, there is plenty to celebrate: they can survive both in and out of water, lay the cutest frogspawn for their young, and are pretty adorable to look at. In just a few short steps, we will learn how to celebrate these fascinating amphibians.
Step-By-Step Images and Instructions
Grab a black pen, and draw two semicircles in the center of your page.
From the right edge of the left shape, bring a curved line across the bottom of the other semicircle, and then down and across to the left.
Now, bring a line down from the left side of the first semicircle, heading down towards the bottom left-hand corner of the page, before curving towards the bottom of the page.
Now, add a large “horseshoe” shape, angles at around 45 degrees, to the end of this line.
Add a curved line to the bottom, with a tall, vertical line in the center…
Now, return to the line at the top, and curve this down a little more. Add two parallel lines to the end of it, pointing towards the bottom right-hand corner of the page. Connect the left line to the horseshoe with a short line.
Now, add a curved line across from the right edge of the horseshoe to the left line, and from the right line to the bottom of the face.
Add another line to the right of this, leaving a slight gap at the bottom.
Grab a black fineliner pen, and use this to add three toes to the gap at the back, and the end of the parallel lines.
Use a black pen to add another set of parallel lines to the front…
And use a black fineliner pen to add another set of toes to the end of this.
Use the black fineliner pen to add a circle to the left semicircle, and a half circle to the right semicircle. Then, add curved lines inside each of these, and a small dot to give your frog some eyes.
Use the black pen to add a small semicircle to the bottom of the face, creating a friendly smile.
Add a large “U” shape to the right of the frog.
Add three sharp spikes to the top of this…
And then add a large curved shape to the back of the frog…
And add a short, straight line to the right of this. Then, add a small upside-down “V” below the back foot, and a larger one in between the front feet.
Connect these two “V” shapes together with a curved line, and then add another curved line across to the right, and up towards the bottom of the flower. Add another line to the one at the back, and then curve this back up to the back of the body.
Now, add a large semicircle shape to the back of the frog, and add a small circle above and below this. Add another small circle just below the eye.
Grab a pink pen, and use this to fill in the flower and the spot on the cheek…
Take a yellow pen, and fill the belly and eyes of the frog.
Use a light green pen for the rest of the body…
And then a darker green pen for the lilypad.
And there we have it – a super cute frog, just waiting for a friend. Can you oblige?