Step 6: Draw the guide for the first front foot as a line that's similar to the number 7. Extend the line at the bottom toward the left to create the guide for the red-eyed tree frog's foot and toe. Add two more small lines on the sides as guides for the other toes.
Step 7: Under the head, draw a vertical line as a guide for the other front foot. Add a smaller line on either side as guides for the other toes. Add an extra line on the left for the tree frog's fourth toe. The fourth toe on the other foot will be hardly visible.
Step 8: Draw a line that stretches from the lower, right side of the circle to the tip of the arc as a guide for the frog's hind leg. Continue drawing the line toward the left for the second half of the folded leg. The bottom should be longer than the top. Near the top of the line, draw two shorter lines as guides for the toes.
That's it for the initial sketch! From this point on, press harder with your pencil to get a more defined sketch.
Step 9: Draw a circle on the top, right side of the head for the red-eyed tree frog's first eye. Use the construction lines as guides for the placement. Pay attention to the size of the eye in relation to the head. On the left side of the head, draw a half-circle for the other eye. Use a wavy line to draw the right edge of the eye. Inside each eye, draw the pupils as thin, long slits. The pupil on the left should be thinner than the one on the right because of perspective. The shape of the pupils should be thin and pointy at the top, and bottom and wide in the middle.