Step 6: Draw two small angled lines under the long lines as guides for the bat's fingers. Place them at about half the length of the long lines. The length of these lines should be a bit longer than the bat's body.
Step 7: Draw two short, angled lines under the bat's body as guides for it's legs and feet.
That's it for the initial sketch! From this point on, press harder with your pencil to get a more defined sketch.
Step 8: Using the lines as guides for placement, draw two small ovals for the bat's eyes. Draw them lightly at first to get the shape right. Shade the inside of the ovals except for a tiny circle to represent glare.
Step 9: Use the intersecting lines as guides to draw the nose in the middle of the head. Draw the bat's nostrils as two tiny check marks. Then draw two curved lines above as the top part of the nostrils. Draw a wavy line on the top of the nostrils as the curvy nose ridge.