Big Eyed Animals Coloring Pages

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Category: Animals. Subcategory: Big Eyed Animals Coloring Pages

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Tips For Coloring Big Eyed Animals

What colors should I use for a big eyed animals coloring page?

The coloring page will offer guidance on the lines and you can add the colors based on the specific animal drawn. For example, if you’re coloring an owl, use darker shades for night scenes and lighter shades for day, grey for the body, and a mix of yellow, green and black for the eyes.

What can I do to make the eyes stand out in my big eyed animals coloring pages?

To highlight the eyes, create contrast with the animal’s fur or skin color. If the animal has a darker skin or fur color, make the eyes lighter, and vice versa. Remember, color shading will also add a depth to the eyes making them look more realistic and expressive.

Are there notable points about big eyed animals’ eyes that I should consider in coloring?

Yes, big eyed animals often have distinct eye colors or patterns to help them see better in their environments. For instance, nocturnal animals might have more luminous and reflective eyes. You can use more vibrant colors or draw some light reflections to depict this feature.

Can you share some interesting facts about big eyed animals that I can incorporate into my artwork?

Yes, tarsiers, for example, have the largest eyes relative to their body size of any mammal. Their eyes are fixed, so they have to rotate their heads to see different directions. Lemurs have a reflective layer at the back of their eyes to enhance their night vision. Adding these elements in your artwork can make it informative and fascinating.

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