Here is a frog drawing I created quite a long time ago. It has been in storage for at least ten years. I used it in the story #3: Geraldine, from The Book of Bartholomew. It looks just fine here as a digital image, but the paper which it is on is very thin and when I was shading in the area underneath his chin I pressed too hard. This resulted in the paper buckling and puckering. The lead is also shiny and different from the rest. That is why it has been in storage. BUT, it looks good here. It was used as a background image behind the text in the story Geraldine.
I have painted and drawn frogs over the years. My interest goes back to a quote from a Flannery O'Connor book in which she describes a column of souls rising to heaven like an endless stream of frogs leaping over each other on their way to salvation. I think humans are somewhat froggy. We are uglier and more primal than we think.
I hope you all are having a nice holiday season, when we take time to see the beauty in those around us.