Frogs have a lot of skills – they can swim for miles, leap through the air – and practice yoga? Well, why not! Want to see what this looks like in the flesh? Then read on for everything you need to know!
Step-By-Step Images and Instructions
Start by grabbing a black pen, and drawing a large “m” shape at the top of your page.
Now, add a large bump to either end of this shape.
Connect the two sides together with a curved line at the bottom.
Now, add two curved shapes inside the bumps at the top for the eyes.
Add a few small marks to the bottom for lashes…
And then add a bumpy line across the bottom of the eyes.
Now, add a curved smile to the bottom section, and add a mark to either end.
Now, add a small mark to the bottom of the mouth.
Add a series of small circles to the top section.
Bring two curved lines down at the bottom, and then bring two sets of “arrows” across on the sides, creating arms.
Add a wide, curved “w” shape to the right arm, curling the tops up and inwards.
Add a curved line to the top of the right side of the “w”…
And then add an “n” shape to the left of this, adding a small teardrop shape to the bottom left of this.
Connect this to another “n” shape to close the circle of the thumb and first finger.
Now, add two “bump” to the left arm, creating the close of the thumb and first finger on this side.
Add two fingers to the left, and connect these to the arm.
Now, add a “C” shape to the bottom left line of the body, making sure that the bottom line is slightly longer than the top.
Add a curved line above this, running across the bottom of the body, and pointing towards the bottom right-hand corner of the page.
Add a line to the end of the “C”, pointing towards the bottom right-hand corner of the page.
Add three long, thin toes to the end of this…
And then add three circles to the ends of the toes.
Add a curve from the right of the body, down and across to the left, to meet the top of the foot.
Bring a line across from this, heading towards the bottom left-hand corner of the page…
And follow this with three sets of lines for toes.
Add circles to the end of each toe…
And then add a curved “n” shape to the body.
Add a series of small circles and half-circles around the “n”.
Continue to add small circles and half-circles all down the tops of the legs.
Grab a green pen, and shade the top of the head, the body, and the legs.
Now, add a light green pen for the stomach, the bottom of the face, and the toes.
And there we have it – a calm, zen frog, enjoying the wonders of yoga. Is anyone else feeling relaxed?