When most of us think of frogs, our natural response is to conjure up the green amphibian that is most familiar. To shake things up a bit, let’s learn how to draw our very own bright tomato frog, and learn about this cool creature!
Step-By-Step Images and Instructions
Start with a black pen and draw a small circle in the right of your page, and add a small circle in the top left of this.
Add another, larger circle outside this one to form the eye…
And then add a curved line to the top and the side.
Bring a curved line across to the right, and take this down at an angle, back to the left, and then up at an angle.
Bring a curved line down to the left of this, and then angle this up towards the top right-hand corner.
Add an angled teardrop shape to the bottom of this – do you see that face of your frog starting to take shape?
Bring a wavy line across to the left of this shape.
Add another curved line to the top, above the eye…
Bring a line down from the bottom of the face, and add an angled “L” shape with a hook on the end.
Add a large teardrop shape to the bottom of this, and then a smaller teardrop at the end of this.
Take the line at the left to a point, and then curve this across and back up.
Now, return to the line on the top, and continue this across to the bottom left-hand corner, and then flick it up.
Now, bring a curved line across at the top…
And add a “crook” shape below this.
Take a curved line across to the left, and take this down, across, and up.
Add a curved line just below the top of the back, and take this to a point, and then across and up slightly.
Add two long, thin shapes just behind the eye…
And add another set of toes to the bottom left corner of the frog.
Connect this to the tummy with a curved line.
Use a black pen to shade the shapes behind the eye and the main body of the eye.
Use an orange pen to shade the outside of the eye…
And use a pink pen for the bottom of the chin.
Grab a red pen, and shade the bottom of the frog, including the front leg.
Use a black pen to shade the section behind the eye…
And then fill in the rest of the body with a red pen.
And there we have it – a stylish tomato frog. Why not spend a little time learning more about these cool creatures; there is plenty to discover!