In our drawing tutorial, you will see how to draw Kermit the Frog step by step and easily. Even a beginner can draw this drawing!
In this drawing tutorial, you will learn how to draw Kermit the Frog. Here you can very quickly and easily draw this meme frog, which is very popular. We drew a frog in a recumbent position, and in our opinion, it looks very funny and amusing. This frog character is easy to sketch because there are no complex details and lines in the instructions. Just follow the steps and repeat carefully on your paper. We also advise you to draw a realistic frog, which is even easier to draw.
Time needed: 45 minutes
How to Draw Kermit The Frog
- Draw the eyes.
Draw the big and bulging eyes of the frog, this is where you start sketching Kermit.
- Head shape.
Now sketch out the outline of Kermit’s head.
- Draw the frog’s mouth.
Draw Kermit’s huge smiling mouth.
- Kermit’s hand.
Draw the hands toes of the frog that character is leaning on while lying on his stomach.
- Draw the second hand.
Draw the second hand using the same principle.
- Draw Kermit’s body.
Draw Kermit’s spherical torso, as well as an arm, folded at the elbow, on which the frog rests while lying on its stomach.
- Draw the frog’s collar.
Draw Kermit’s the Frog collar, which is primarily associated with this character. This collar is very similar to the collars of various medieval costumes. The jesters wore similar collars.
- Draw the legs.
Now draw the thin legs of the character, and erase all the extra sketch lines.
- Draw Kermit’s feet.
Draw the large frog feet of Kermit the Frog, following the example from step.
- Trace the sketch.
Trace the outline of the sketch with a marker or ink. This will make your drawing clearer and sharper, and, accordingly, it will be much easier to paint the artwork.
- Color Kermit the Frog.
Use your favorite coloring supplies to color your work, and you need to shade the frog green.
Congratulations! You have just created a drawing of one of the most famous and beloved childhood characters—Kermit the Frog. In this lesson, we used various techniques and drawing methods to capture his expressive face and lively character. Kermit is known for his fun and energetic personality, and his happy face always brings a smile to our faces and warms our hearts.
We hope that this lesson helped you not only develop your artistic skills, but also brought you joy and inspiration. After all, drawing is not just a process, but also a result that can inspire and remind us of the surrounding beauty. Don’t forget to continue practicing and drawing other characters to develop your skills even further. Be creative and cheerful, like our favorite Kermit! Thank you for using our lesson, and we wish you continued success in your artistic development!