I have another animal drawing for the books, and yes I promise this will be the last one for a few days. Like I said in previous tutorials, I am really trying to fill a lot of old requests that I never got around to. Mind you, I have a list that goes back to four months ago, which means I am filling requests that was made back in September of 2009. Well, better late than never I always say. I want you guys to know that I don't forget about the stuff that you ask me to draw, I just have to jot it down, and get to them when I can. I have been doing so much work for the site lately that sometimes I miss one of my live sessions. So, if you ever wonder what is going on with Dawn, you will know why I'm not drawing live, or even answering comments left on my tutorials. There is responses that I have made on comments dating back four months ago, it's totally crazy. That's enough about that, let me move onto this next lesson on "how to draw a simple frog, step by step”. How many of us love drawing frogs? These amphibians are used in fairytales, mythology, and even some stories. Over time I have drawn a few different types of frogs and almost all of them came out looking pretty decent. I don't claim to be the best artist in the world because I know I do have some major flaws, but I also know that since the sites start, my drawing skills have improved one hundred ten percent. That goes to show you, practice and persistence really does make perfect, well almost. This lesson will fall in the novice artist title because when you want to draw a frog for the first time, your looking to draw a simple frog as easy as possible. Learning how to sketch is something that is fun too. The best way to start teaching yourself that skill is to practice light pencil strokes with your drawing tool of choice. Unless your a painter than you would be learning how to paint instead of draw. Well that does it for me kiddies, I still have to upload like three more tutorials, and one of them will be well liked. Peace out and happy frog drawing...”ribit, ribit”.