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How to Draw a Toad

Artist: Dawn / November 14, 2009
How to Draw a Toad

Step 1.

To draw a toad all you have to do is start with an oval circle for the head shape. You will then add the facial guidelines and then draw another round circle shape for the toads body. Lastly, draw the beginning shape for the hind leg as well as the f   

Step 2.

Here in step two you will start sketching out the actual shape of the toads head as you see here. When drawing the face structure of the toad, you have to draw lumps for the bulging eyes. You will then draw the lower jaw and or mouth shape and then d   

Step 3.

Next draw the shape of the visible eye and then add some definition around the eye shape. Now you can start sketching out the under part of the toads neck and belly. When that is done start sketching the shape and position of the toads front legs and   

Step 4.

Since this is your last drawing step, you will be finishing off the body shape of the great toad. finish sketching out the front foot and then draw out the back hind leg. When that is done you can first erase all the guidelines and shapes that you dr   

Step 5.

Now that you are done with this lesson on "how to draw a toad", you can color in your drawing to perfection. I hope everyone had fun with this amphibian drawing on the toad.

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Artist: Dawn
Date Added: November 14, 2009
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Description: That was a fun lesson on Zero wasn't? I want to now show you "how to draw a toad step by step”. The toad is an animal that is relative to the frog. What is the difference between the frog and a toad? Well for one thing toads have stubby bodies and they also have short hind legs. The reason why a toad has small hind legs is because they walk more then they hop. Another difference between the two species is the texture of their skin. Toads have a more watery to dry feel, appose to the smooth and slimy feel of a regular frog. The reason why toads have a watery dry texture to their hides is because they live in a much more dryer climate than frogs do. Toads also have hearty looking bodies as well, and frogs are more lean and bouncy looking. There is over three hundred species of toad in the “Bufonidae” family of animal. The word “toad” is used to refer to these amphibians as being “true toads”. Toads can be found all over the world except for a few places like; Australasia, the polar regions, Madagascar, and Polynesia. Another cool different trait that frogs and toads don't have in common is the way they lay eggs. Frogs will lay eggs in clusters and toads lay their eggs in chain like strand. I mean if you really think about it, toads are wicked cool amphibians to learn about because they are another specie of animal that is closely related to the dinosaur. I think you will find that learning "how to draw a toad” is fun, easy, and cool. Well that does it for me, for today at least. I will be back tomorrow with more drawing fun. In the mean time, join me and my other Dragoart friends and watch me draw live for you all. Peace out gang and happy drawing!