I’ve never seen a cartoon frog, but I’ve made one from scratch using the cartoon frog design.
In the cartoon book Frog, author Steve W. Jobs says the frog has two arms that wrap around its head, like a “clamp” for holding things.
You can see how the design looks by clicking on the photo above.
When the frog gets hit by a watermelon, it falls down, as do most amphibians.
The frog has its feet up on its sides, like the head of a snake.
The frog also has a “cactus” pattern on its back, like this one, which looks like a plant.
This one is from the book The Great Frog Hunt: The Adventures of Frog, and is also on my Pinterest board.
Here’s how to make your own cartoon frog.
The design you’re seeing is the original design of the cartoon Frog.
The one on the right is from a design by artist Mike G. Hegarty, who created the frog design in the 1980s.
You’ll need: 3 large blocks, 1-inch-thick cardboard, a pair of scissors, or your favorite glue gun, a pen, and a paintbrush.
First, make the blocks.
You’ll want at least 3 of them.
Next, cut the cardboard into quarters, as shown in the photo below.
You should get about 16 blocks of the same thickness.
Cut each quarter into quarters of the next size.
Now, glue the blocks together.
You might have to use a bit more glue than you think you need.
If you’re using a paintbrush, it might work better.
You could also just use a paint brush.
Once you have your blocks, glue them onto the blocks you want to glue together.
Now, fold the cardboard back to form a rectangle.
Fold that in half, making sure you’re not touching the sides of the rectangle, as the frog will slide in and out of it.
The side you’re glued to should be facing you.
Repeat the same process with the remaining blocks.
This is what you’ll end up with when you glue the frogs together.
If your blocks aren’t exactly the same size as the frogs, you can trim the edges off.
I like to use the back of my scissors to trim the sides off the rectangle.
If that doesn’t work, you could cut the sides down a bit.
I’ve found it easiest to glue the frog to the cardboard with the backs of my sharp scissors, and then glue the cardboard to the frog.
I put the glue in a plastic bag with a little bit of liquid and put it on a cookie sheet or paper towel, and put the cookie sheet into the freezer to chill overnight.
When you get ready to glue, you’ll want to be careful not to get the glue all over the edges.
The glue should stick in the corners and back, but not all the way through.
You don’t want to cut off too much glue.
You also might want to keep an eye on your glue when it dries, and also take your time with the glue.
This glue will last a lot longer than the cardboard.
Once you’ve glued the frogs to the blocks, you will have a bunch of blocks of your own.
I found that the blocks are easy to shape into frogs, and it was easy to get everything onto the frog with a couple of glue sticks.
Here are the blocks I got, with the frog on the left and the blocks on the front.
If you’re interested in learning more about how to create your own animated frog, you might also want to check out my How to Draw a Frog video series.