The frogs are usually a regeneration symbol as well as symbols for life and harmony.
As a matter of fact, the frogs contain a good deal of symbology.
For example, in ancient Egypt, the frog was considered as the guide and protector of the afterlife.
There are many tribes of the Native American who believe that the frog enables rain and many modern Christians have a frog symbol because of the acronym ‘forever rely on God’.
Due to these reasons, the frog tattoos are becoming more popular.
There are many frog tattoos and some of the most well-known are the realistic styles and the tree frog is the most common.
These bright green frogs with the red eyes and orange feet are great for designs and most often displayed in their natural habitat or maybe going up the leg or arm of the tattoo wearer.
Another type that is popular is the mantilla and dart frogs which are poisonous and have very vivid colouring; at times they have interesting patterns on their bodies.
Frogs that are poisonous may be utilized as the personality’s symbol of the tattoo wearer. It is untouchable and beautiful.
Some of the people may like a portrayal that is like a cartoon for their frog tattoos.
Such pieces usually display the frog in a bending position with a cute or sarcastic look on its face.
There are many cartoon frog tattoos displaying the creature with the tongue out to get the flies or just peacefully sitting on a water lily in a pond.
The Aztec and Tribal frog tattoos are such a motivating design twist.
The tribal frog is always done in sharp, long black strokes.
The Aztec version is more fashionable will portray a frog with eyes and round body and toes that look like a fork and limbs that are long and winding.
The Heqt or Hekt portrayal may make an interesting design wherein it was said to have the frog’s head or a Resurrection symbol.
You may reconstruct this by making use of the traditional art of the Egyptian that presents stately goddesses, gods and royalty in its profile, reshaping the head in smooth black and yellow appearance of the golden frog of Panamanian.
Frog tattoos are not that popular as compared with other designs but this may be a good thing as you are sure to make a unique statement with the piece.