How to Draw an Easy Frog

Artist: Dawn / September 22, 2010

Step 1.

Start by making a potato shape for the frogs body, and then draw in the guidelines for the front legs, back legs, and the shapes for the front feet.

Step 2.

You will now start sketching out the shape of the frog's head, and legs like you see here. Next, draw the four toes and front feet like so.

Step 3.

Finish drawing out the front legs, and then draw in the body in full detail. Once that is done, you can then draw out the hind legs like you see here, as well as the back end or butt of the frog.

Step 4.

Continue to draw out the back legs like you see here, and then draw the feet as well as the three toes on each foot. Once that is done make a circle for the eye.

Step 5.

Color in some pupils, and then draw in the frogs nostril holes. Erase the lines and shapes that you drew in step one to clean up the drawing, and move to the next step.

Step 6.

Now that you are done, your frog should look like the one you see here. Now you just learned how to draw an easy frog.

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Artist: Dawn
Date Added: September 22, 2010
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Description: Okay, here is the last of the easy lessons that will be going up today. My next tutorial is going to show you "how to draw an easy frog", step by step. Frogs are another animal species that is extremely fun to draw because you can make them as big, small, and as colorful as you want. Since amphibians are not part of the reptile family, they are in a whole other bracket of their own. There are poisonous frogs, tiny frogs, large frogs which are also called toads, and there are plain old brown frogs, and these types can be found anywhere there is marshy waters like brooks, and water patches. This frog is going to be wicked easy to draw because I made sure to make it that way. Artists of all skill levels should have no problems whatsoever completing this lesson on "how to draw an easy frog". You can make a background to your liking, or just color in a solid image to keep things simple. I hope you have fun with this submission, and I look forward to returning with my last lesson for the day. Peace out people!