Drawing a realistic frog may seem quite difficult when you look at one with its textured body and unique (often a shade of green or olive) coloration. But, drawing a cartoon frog can make your job easier, allowing you to work the difficult parts in a simpler way. Here is a step-by-step drawing of a cute cartoon frog for kids.
- Ever noticed how a frog’s head looks from the front? You need to begin the drawing by making a similar shape. Just see the first picture and you will know what to do.
- Next, draw a simple smiling mouth with a tongue sticking out of it (picture 1).
- Now, draw a small curved line at about the center of the head, followed by two upside down “U”s for the eye sockets (picture 2).
- It is time to start working on the rest of the body. Draw two long forelegs with skinny fingers as shown in picture 3.
- Next, draw a large bucket-like shape with its arms folding to form the hind leg joints or “knees” (picture 4).
- Draw the hind feet with skinny fingers in the same manner as you did the front feet.
- See picture 5 to erase all the overlapping lines in the eyes and mouth.
- Now, it is time to draw the pupils along with neat eye lashes to complete the happy sparkling eyes.
- You know how most frogs have webbed toes? See picture 7 to join the toes with a thin line to make them look webbed.
- Now that your picture is almost done, it is time to give it a few final touches. Draw a large lotus leaf (as shown in picture 8) so it appears that your frog is sitting on it. You may also add a small fly for your frog to catch with its long sticky tongue.