Are you a fan of haunted houses? I am definitely not! I get scared easily, and it’s not my idea of a good time. Plus, I tend to have an overactive imagination at night and don’t need any ‘help’ in this department by visiting a haunted house. haha!
These little flying bats are really easy to paint! Start with a tiny circle and add ears, then crescents for wings with curved points underneath. Shape the crescent wings upwards, downwards or horizontal to mimic wings flapping in flight.
I painted the words in a playful block lettering style alternating Violet and Black Kelly Creates Watercolor Inks.
I used my Size 2 lettering brush, daisy palette, and Canson 140 lb cold pressed watercolor paper.
To practice painting letters freehand, use the heavyweight smooth Kelly Creates Grid Paper pad. (Never practice on blank paper).
To learn more about watercolor lettering, read my book The Art of Watercolor Lettering and use my workbooks, inks and supplies from KellyCreatesStore.com.
You can click HERE to download and print this worksheet or click the image below. You can paint right onto your copy paper or place tracing paper on top. Enjoy!