How to Draw a Cute Bat For Halloween | Step by Step Guide

How to Draw a Cute Bat

Welcome to kiddy can draw, fun step by step drawing tutorial. Today we are going to draw a cute bat for Halloween.

So, grab a piece of paper and a pencil or a marker, and let's start drawing.

Step 1: The Top of The Head and Ears

Draw the top of the head and a triangular shape at each side for the ears.

How to Draw a Cute Bat Step 1

Step 2: The Face

Draw the bottom of a pear shape for the face of the bat.

How to Draw a Cute Bat Step 2

Step 3: The Top of The Wings

Draw a curved line coming out from the face going up on each side, then draw another curved line attached to it going down.

How to Draw a Cute Bat Step 3

Step 4: Finishing The Wings

Draw a wavy zigzag line to close the wing, one on each side.

How to Draw a Cute Bat Step 4

Step 5: Face Features

Draw 2 big circles for the eyes, with a smaller circle inside each for the iris, leaving a white semi circle as a light reflection.

Draw 2 small semi circles facing opposite directions to make the nose then draw the mouth as shown with small triangular shapes inside for the sharp fangs.

How to Draw a Cute Bat Step 5

Step 6: Decorate

Draw some lines in the wings and a couple of lines in each ear to give them some texture.

How to Draw a Cute Bat Step 6

Congratulations, now you can draw a cute bat.

How to Draw a Cute Bat Final

Now, grab the colors of your choice and start painting yor drawing, I am sure it will be outstanding.

Tip: To show light reflection on any surface while coloring, leave a small line or sometimes circles without color as shown in the colored picture.

Tip: If you are using colored pencil and would like to achieve a 3D effect as the one in my drawing, pick a darker shade for the color you pick and go over some parts of the drawing with this darker shade as shown in the final picture, and try to blend the two colors together well on paper by easing the pressure on the pencil tip as you go towards the lighter parts.

How to Draw a Cute Bat Coloured

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