Get drawing with these amazing frog drawing ideas. If you’re a fan of frogs, you’ll enjoy checking out these awesome amphibian references.
From easy beginner drawings to more advanced art, there’s something for every skill set.
These frog pictures are good for sketching and improving your drawing skills, as well as for inspiration if you’re wondering what to draw next.
1. Watercolor Frog
This frog has been colored in using watercolor paint. Using different art mediums is a great way to improve your overall artistic capabilities.
2. Cute Frog with a Butterfly
These little amphibians are already pretty adorable on their own, but add in a delicate butterfly, and you’ve got a heart-melting image.
3. Frog Drawn with Vertical Lines
If you have the time and patience (or if you need to work on your patience), try drawing your frog using vertical lines. I won’t say that the process is easy, but it’s definitely rewarding.
4. Frog Hanging From Branch
If you’ve never drawn something in motion, why don’t you give it a try? Using this reference will help you improve your ability to draw something that’s in the action of doing a task or specific movement.
5. Frog with Wings
Put a twist on your frog drawing by adding wings, or some other fun characteristic. This frog is also holding on to a lily pad while in the air, which is super cute.
6. Tree Frog
Include bright greens and other shades to give your frog an appearance that really makes it stand out. The artist has done a wonderful job with this piece.
7. Wizard Frog
If you’re looking for a challenge, try your hands at drawing the wizard hat. I say this because the artist mentioned the hat being the hardest part to draw. “This was actually really fun to draw! The frog part wasn’t really hard but the hat was because of the texture.”
8. Frogs on Lily Pads
This drawing of frogs on a lily pad is too adorable. You can add a little personality to your frog by drawing on a pair of sunglasses or placing a straw hat on its head.
9. Frog on a Mushroom Sketch
If you’re looking for a quick sketch idea, this reference is just perfect. The frog is sitting atop a mushroom with a simple floral backdrop.
10. Cute Frog Sketches
These frog sketches are the cutest. They’re actually a part of a sticker sheet to be created by the artist. There are frogs drinking coffee, eating, and more.
11. Two Frogs
One draw one frog when you can draw two. After drawing this, it would be great to take it another step up and add vibrant colors for a finishing touch.
12. Quirky Frog
Your frog drawing or sketch doesn’t have to look like your typical amphibian. Put your own quirky twist on your art to make it special, unique, and all your own.
13. Frog in Space
I just love this amazing drawing of a frog in space. If you’re looking for a great handmade gift idea, I think the people in your life (especially frog collectors) would love to receive something like this.
14. Frogs and Red Mushrooms
Painting in these frogs really took them to the next level. The colors give these froggies such a fun and whimsical appearance.
15. Regal Frog
The word “regal” was the first thing that came to my mind when I saw this drawing. I just love the frogs pose, and of course, his clothes are amazing.
16. Frog with a Mushroom Umbrella
Of course, when a frog is caught in the rain, they’ll have to pull out their mushroom umbrella. It’s the absolute best way to keep from getting wet.
17. Frog Reading a Book
There are so many unique ways to bring this concept to life through drawings. From a pencil sketch to a watercolor painting, there are many possibilities for drawing a cute frog that’s reading a book.
The artist titled this drawing “Grenouille.” If you didn’t know, the word actually translates from French to “frog.” You learn something new every day.
19. Realistic Frog Drawing
If you find yourself wanting to draw something more realistic, this reference is perfect for you. This drawing was done using pure graphite with sepia powder on Magnani paper.
20. Mr. Roger
Mr. Roger is one of the tadpoles rescued by the artist. For more beautiful and realistic art, please visit Lisa’s website, Mahika.
Whether you are a beginner or an experienced artist, I hope that these frog drawing ideas have inspired you to get creative and experiment with new techniques.
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