How to Draw a Vampire Bat

Artist: Dawn / May 8, 2020

Step 1.

As always begin with your guidelines and shapes and then draw in the guidelines for the wings.

Step 2.

Begin forming and shaping out the face and the upper jaw/mouth. You can see the gum line also drawn in, in preparation for the teeth and fangs.

Step 3.

Go ahead and draw in the teeth and fangs followed by the shapes of the eyes and nose. Color in the eyes as well as create the brow bones and add definition to the brow as well.

Step 4.

Finish drawing the bottom jaw and also draw in the bottom fangs.

Step 5.

Finish the head shape and draw out the shapes of the large vampiric/bat ears. Don't forget to add detailing and definition as well.

Step 6.

We will create the horns next which are in the style of a ram. Add the detailing and grooved lines to the horns as well.

Step 7.

Draw the shoulder and leg lines then create the feet or claws which is grabbing onto a sphere.

Step 8.

Add detailing to the arms which will also create the arms.

Step 9.

Draw in the rest of the body which is the legs and feet and more of the object in the shape of a sphere is to be drawn in as well. Sketch in detailing and definition to the body creating texture.

Step 10.

Almost done. Draw in the arms and bat wings like so.

Step 11.

Lastly, draw in the tail with the spear devil tip, and then add detailing to the object this vampire bat is clutched to. Erase the mistakes and guides.

Step 12.

You're done. Time to clean up the drawing. I hope you had fun with drawing my version of a vampire bat.

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Artist: Dawn
Date Added: May 8, 2020
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Tags: how to draw vampires, how to draw bats, how to draw animal skulls
Description: Yup, you guessed it. My interpretation of a bat that carries a name to describe another creature. Today I will show you how to draw a vampire bat, step by step Dragoart style. This vampire bat has the body, wings and ears of a bat, but the head and face of a vampire. The added ram style horns just adds a hint of badassery. I love the concept overall and to me it came out awesome. The concepts I have been creating have been really cool and makes them exciting to turn into lessons for all of you to learn from. Don't forget to like, love, fav, comment and share any and all lessons you fall in love with. As for me, I will get back to doing what I do best and that is creating art for all of you.