Step 6: On the top angle of the previous line, draw a long, horizontal line as a guide for the bat's finger. Draw a curved, vertical line between the outer tips of the top lines as a guide for the edge of the flying fox's wing. Below that, draw another curved line for the rest of the wing's edge. This line should curve inward more.
Step 7: Above bat's the neck, draw a long, curved line that angles to the right at the top for the other wing. At the top, add a line that slopes down toward the flying fox's first wing. Bend this line in the middle a bit.
That's it for the guides! From this point on, press harder with your pencil for a more defined drawing.
Step 8: Inside the head, off to the left a bit from the middle, draw a small circle for the bat's eye. Sketch lightly at first to get the position and size right. Then darken the lines and make the sides pointier. Near the middle of the eye, add a dot for the pupil. Off to the side, draw a tiny circle for a highlight. Shade the eye using a value that's lighter than the dark pupil. Use an even lighter value at the bottom for a rounder shape. Don't overlap the tiny highlight circle. Draw a series of lines around the eye for the detail on the flying fox's bare skin and fur.
Step 9: Lightly sketch a small circle on the top of the muzzle for the bat's nose. Darken the shape when you get the position right. Add a line at the bottom and a big dot inside for the nostril. Curve the right edge of the flying fox's nose in toward the nostril. Use short strokes at the top for fur.