I doodle all the time. For me it is very meditative and relaxing. As my doodles accumulate, I realized that many of them can become coloring pages. I hope you find these coloring pages as relaxing as I did. Also, sometimes I make coloring pages of well known paintings for my kids or the art class. I am including these here as well. I specifically made the files slightly larger then usual, so they should print well.
Please make sure to know that all of these coloring pages are for personal use only, an please don’t use them any other way. I will be adding more and more of them as I go, because I really enjoy making them.
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Free Coloring Pages Books:
A while back I made several books filled with coloring pages. Due to the most recent events, and the fact that many of us are currently in voluntary quarantine, I have decided to put them up here for people to enjoy. They are pdf files, click on the ‘Download’ button. I do hope you enjoy coloring them! I would love to see your finished pages, feel free to post them on our Facebook page: https://www.facebook.com/Happyfamilyart/. Please keep in mind that these are copyrighted, and for personal use only! Please do not sell, re post, or reproduce the work anywhere else.
Critters and Holidays
Of course here is a link to my FAVORITE THINGS TO COLOR WITH, PRISMACOLOR PENCILS!
Step by step tutorial on how to color in a face. There are two examples here. One is the original drawing I made, and the other one is a coloring page that I created of that drawing. I hope you enjoy them both.
Two tutorials for two different methods to making a coloring page from photograph in Gimp. There are several different processes described here. Gimp also happens to be an open source software, so it is free.
Those of you who know me, know that I love to explain the concept of negative space in art to kids. Here is one of the ways I like to do it. Plus, it resulted in a fun coloring page, which you can find below.
Free coloring pages.
Just click on the thumbnail to see the larger picture!
Just Because It’s Fun To Color:
Here are some that are just for fun:
…or just to color when you feel like it.
As we go through the year, I will add more pages for the holidays that come up.
Georgia O’Keeffe Inspired Coloring Pages.
This landscape and close up of a rose were inspired by some of the Georgia O’Keeffe paintings. I love her work, and always am fascinated by her life and attitude. These two were inspired by her.