Building The Temple Coloring Pages

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Please enjoy these building the temple coloring pages!

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Construction of the Temple: Step by Step Coloring Pages

Kid-Friendly Coloring Pages of the Outer Court Temple

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Tips For Coloring Building The Temple

What colors should I use for a ‘Building the Temple’ coloring page?

For a realistic depiction, use shades of brown for the base structure, golden yellow for the interiors, as they were heavily embellished with gold. The Ark of the Covenant, a key element in the temple, was also made of pure gold. For the outer court, use blue, purple, and scarlet, as these were the colors of the curtain enclosing it.

How can I add more detail and realism to my ‘Building the Temple’ coloring?

Start with a base color such as brown for the walls and structures. Add darker shades for details like the pillars, doors, and steps. Use gold to highlight the inside of the temple and the Ark. You can also use darker colors to create shadows and lighter colors for the areas that are directly hit by sunlight to give a 3D effect.

What are the key elements to focus on when coloring a ‘Building the Temple’ page?

Some key elements include the Ark of the Covenant, the golden menorah, the golden table for showbread, and the altar of incense. The outer court had a bronze altar and a basin for washing. Including these elements will provide authenticity.

Can you provide some interesting facts about the Temple that I could incorporate into my art?

Yes, the first Temple, also known as Solomon’s Temple, was built around 957 BC and was a magnificent work of art. It took seven years to complete and was one of the most opulent structures of the ancient world. The most holy place in the temple, where the Ark was kept, was also known as the Holy of Holies – displaying this differentiation in your coloring could be interesting.

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