How to Doodle a Frog
To doodle a frog, begin by drawing an oval shape near the top of your page. Notice how the oval shape is a little odd. It’s kind of more like a mango shape. It’s flatter on top and more rounded on the bottom. This will become our frog’s head.
Let’s now draw the front legs of our frog. To doodle the legs, use a combination of curved lines, v-shapes, and arc shapes. Notice how the frog’s feet are pointing outwards. Notice also where the front legs of our frog connect to the head area.
To draw the back legs of your frog, use a combination of curved lines, straight lines, and v-shapes. Try and draw each leg with one motion of your pencil or pen. Notice how the back legs are sticking outside the body area of our frog.
Let’s now draw some facial features for our frog. For the eyes, use oval shapes. Then two flatter oval shapes for the eyebrows. For the mouth use a curved line, and for the nose draw to side arc shapes.
Add the finishing touches to your frog doodle by giving it some color. Frogs, of course, can come in a variety of colors. But for this example, I have chosen a standard green color. Notice, how two shades of green have been used. The back legs are a little darker than the front legs. This gives us the impression that they are towards the back of our doodle.