How to Draw a Bat – Step by Step Bat Drawing Tutorial

Learn how to draw a bat with our super easy to follow step by step bat drawing tutorial. These drawing instructions are fun and easy, with just 6 steps to follow you will be drawing your nocturnal animal in no time,

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How to draw a bat - a step by step bat guided drawing tutorial

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Halloween time is the best time to learn how to draw a bat! This nocturnal creature is a cute one and really easy one to draw.

We created a guided drawing lesson that is easy to follow, so it’s great for younger kids too.

Ready to make your bat drawing? Let’s start!

How to Draw a Bat Tutorial

Bat Guided Drawing Tutorial

What you need:

Step by Step Bat Drawing Instructions

Step 1

Start by drawing a circle for the bat head.

Draw a circle

Step 2

Under the circle, draw an oval shape for the body of the bat.

Draw an oval shape bellow the circle

Step 3

Ad two triangular pointy ears and draw in facial details.

Draw Ears and face

Step 4

Next come the wings.

Draw wings

Step 5

Add wing details.

Wing Details

Step 6

Finish up the wings.

Finish up the wings

All done, you have learned how to draw a bat!

Finsihed bat drawing

Step 7

Now that you have finished your bat drawing all there is left to do is to color it in.

Color the bat

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