Toad Drawing in 3 versions will be described in this article! Toads have a slightly flattened body with a rather large head and pronounced parotid glands. The upper jaw of the wide mouth is devoid of teeth. The eyes are large with horizontally spaced pupils. The fingers of the front and hind limbs, located on the sides of the body, are connected by swimming membranes. Some people ask why the frog jumps, but the toad only walks.
The fact is that the hind limbs of toads are relatively short, so they are slow, not as jumpy as frogs, and swim poorly. But with a lightning-fast movement, they seize insects flying by. Unlike toads, frog skin is smooth and needs hydration, so the frog spends all its time in or near water. The skin of toads is drier, keratinized, does not require constant moisture and is completely covered with warts.
Toad Drawing is not an easy task, but listen to our recommendations! The toad’s venom glands are located on its back. They secrete mucus, which causes an unpleasant burning sensation, but does not cause much harm to people. The toad is an amphibian, painted in grey, brown or black shades with spotted stains, quickly hiding from enemies. The bright colour of the toad indicates its poisonousness.
The size of the toad ranges from 25 mm to 53 cm, and the weight of prominent individuals can be more than a kilogram. Their average life expectancy is in the range of 25-35 years; some individuals live up to 40 years. Due to the diversity of species, the distribution area of these amphibians is vast. After Australia artificially created a population of the poisonous toad aga, this list does not include only Antarctica.
The geographic zones where toads live are very diverse: from swampy shores and floodplain meadows to steppes and arid deserts. Toads are terrestrial inhabitants and enter the water only for spawning. They prefer a solitary lifestyle and gather in groups only during the mating season and places with excess food.
Let’s get started drawing the toad immediately!
Toad Drawing Cute (option 1)
We draw a toad in stages:
We draw a circle for the future construction of the head. This shape will be the base.
Draw the shape of the toad’s head. We outline the location of the eyes and mouth.
Remove the excess with the eraser. Draw the folds, smoothly moving to the neck.
We continue to draw the body.
Add legs of three toes.
We outline the outline with a black pen.
Let’s draw a belly, legs and a muzzle with a beige pencil.
We will make the rest of the parts light green.
Add a green tint for the volume. Ready! We learned in this lesson how to draw a toad with a pencil step by step.
Toad Drawing Easy (option 2)
The first step is to draw the eye and the bottom of the toad.
Next, draw the top of the toad.
Draw the leg and belly
Shaping the legs
Spotting the body of our toad
Toad Drawing Simple (option 3)
Dip the brush in green and draw an oval just above the middle of the sheet. And paint over it with the same colour. Add eyes – two circles on the sides of the oval.
The frog’s body is small, less than its head two times. From the oval body, we let two lines from which there are three fingers.
Add the same legs around the neck, but smaller. We wet the brush in a jar, getting rid of the green colour, and dip it in yellow. We apply it to the head, torso, eyes and legs.
Add some white paint to the tummy and head. We take the same colour and use it for the eyes.
We depict a smile in black. Use this colour to paint the eyes. Imagine a cutaway of the olives. The frog is looking to the left, so the “olives” are also in the lower left side of the circles.
Add eyebrows just above the eyes. Take a crimson colour and paint spots on the cheeks.
We draw two points in the middle of the oval with this colour – the nose.