My friend Chris has the cutest little girl named Halle. The other day, she needed a frog on the drawing she was making for her book, about a frog named "Og", and asked her mom to draw her one. Her mom says that she can't draw (which I don't believe at all) but since Halle is so cute, she drew her a frog. I figured if you were writing an entire book on a frog named "Og", you should definitely know how to draw that guy! Once you know the steps, frogs are pretty fun to draw, so Halle, here's how you draw a doodle frog: Hope that helps, Halle. With a little practice, I know that you will be drawing oodles of frog doodles! And speaking of doodles, if you have a girl in your house that likes to draw, this is a must have:
We have had "Doodle Studio" by American Girls for years and we have definitely gotten our money out of it. It has a book with all kinds of doodles, like dogs, cats, turtles, and yes, frogs, all written in easy, doable, step by step instructions, just like I demonstrated the frog. I have been using it to teach a few doodles to the kids in my daughter's class, and they LOVE it. They are always begging for doodles. AND lest you think it's just for young girls, my daughter and I have spent hours together doing the doodles in the book, and it is a BLAST! In fact, lately, it has spent more time on my desk than in her room. Honestly, this little book not only helped my daughter increase her confidence in drawing, but it helped me too!
Well, Halle, hope you have lots of luck in drawing your own "Og the Frog". I know you can do it!