There’s no better feeling for an artist than placing another commission piece in the “done” pile. And happily, that’s what I’ve just done.
More wildlife to feature today, this time in the guise of the Pacific Tree Frog.
As with most tree frogs, the Pacific Tree variety is very petite and cute. Measuring in at a whopping 3/4 to 2 inches long, they are one of the smallest amphibians on the North American West Coast.
Apart from its tiny stature, this tree frog has two distinctive features: a dark eye stripe (or as I like to call it, a bandit mask), and sticky rounded toe pads which help the frog grip and climb. Their toes have less webbing between them than some other frogs, which makes their toes look extra long. Continue reading