Frogs are known for their smart natures, their cute looks – and their mushroom hats? Well, why not! Let’s bring this scene to life in a few simple steps.
Step-By-Step Images and Instructions
Grab a black pen, and add a curved line across the page.
Add a curved shape to either end of this…
And then bring two curved lines down, one on either side.
Add a large, curved “n” shape to the center of this…
And add three small circles to the bottom of each.
Connect these circles to the shape above with a series of angled lines.
Add two small circles inside each of the “bumps” at the end of the lines at the top…
And add a smaller circle inside each of these.
Now, add a small teardrop shape to the top of each side.
Add a curved line between these…
And then two angled lines above these for the nose.
Connect the legs at the front with a curved line.
Now, add two “loops” to the sides for the back legs…
And add three circles to the bottom of each side.
Connect these circles to the back legs with curved lines, and then connect these to the front legs.
Divide the circles at the back into three toes on both sides.
Now, add a large curved shape to the top of the head, taking this to a curved point to the top of this.
Add a curved line halfway up this…
And then fill the top section with small circles.
Add curved, vertical lines to the bottom section.
Now, add black to the rings outside the eyes.
Use a pink pencil for the spots on the cheeks and the top of the mushroom.
Now, use an orange pencil for the spots on top of the mushroom, the under section, and the central tummy.
Now, grab a green pen and shade the main body of your frog.
And voila – a super cute baby frog, just waiting to be named – can you oblige?