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Please enjoy these graduation coloring pages!
Graduate Cap Throwing Coloring Pages
Kindergarten Graduation Coloring Pages
Colorful Graduation Badge Coloring Pages
Funny Cartoon Graduation Coloring Pages
High School Graduation Cap and Gown Coloring Page
Graduation Day Diploma Presentation Coloring Pages
Graduation March Coloring Page
Elegant University Graduation Ceremony Coloring Pages
Graduation Hat Coloring Pages
Mix of Students Graduate Group Photo Coloring Page
Cute Preschool Kids on Graduation Day Coloring Pages
Joyous Graduation Speech Coloring Pages
Tips For Coloring Graduation Coloring Pages
What colors should I use for a graduation coloring page?
For most graduation pages, you’ll predominantly use black for the cap and gown, light skin tones for the skin (depending on ethnicity), and yellow/gold or silver for the tassel. However, different schools have different colored tassels, gowns or stoles to represent various departments or achievements. You can use these colors to give more detail and accuracy to your picture.
How can I add more detail and realism to my graduation coloring?
To add more detail, start with shading the graduation gown and hat. Remember that fabric folds create shadows, so use darker tones to represent this. Add details like the school’s emblem or graduation year on the cap or robes. Use vibrant colors for the tassel and honor cords which usually have a silky texture. You could also represent the ambience (like a festive setting, or a grand stage) that could make it seem real.
Are there any significant features of graduations I should pay attention to while coloring?
Yes, the graduation cap and tassel are important components of a graduate’s attire. The tassel shifts from right to left when the graduate receives his or her diploma, so this detail could be included in your artwork. Honor cords or stoles, if any, should also be included as they represent learner’s achievements.
Can you provide some interesting facts about graduations that I could incorporate into my art?
Yes, the tradition of wearing a cap and gown dates back to 12th Century. The tassel color often denotes a student’s major or group. Throwing the cap in the air after the ceremony is a common tradition symbolizing the conclusion of the students’ studies. Incorporating these elements could add depth to your artwork and make it more interesting and informative.
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