King Tut Coloring Pages

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Please enjoy these king tut coloring pages!

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King Tut in his Chariot Coloring Pages

Portraits of King Tut for Coloring

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Tips For Coloring King Tut

What colors should I use for a King Tut coloring page?

To color King Tut’s mask, you will need gold for majority of the mask and blue for the stripes on his headdress. As for his facial features, use brown for his skin, white for his eyes, and black for his eyebrows and the cosmetic lines. The collar has elaborate colorful designs, so you could use a variety of colors there.

How can I add more detail and realism to my King Tut coloring?

To add a realistic touch to your coloring, you can use shading techniques to create depth and three-dimensional effects, especially on his golden mask and striped headdress. Adding texture to the beaded collar and the folds of the clothing would also help bring your picture to life. Pay attention to the details on the serpentine and vulture heads.

Are there any remarkable features of King Tut I should pay attention to while coloring?

Yes, the King Tut’s death mask is a striking feature. It’s dominantly gold, but the headdress that adorns the mask has blue stripes. The coiled serpentine and vulture heads on his forehead symbolize both Lower and Upper Egypt. Moreover, there are two protective goddesses on his shoulders and broad collar at the base.

Can you provide some interesting facts about King Tut that I could incorporate into my art?

Yes, King Tut became Pharaoh at the young age of nine or ten and ruled during the 18th dynasty. His tomb, discovered by Howard Carter in 1922, was filled with precious treasures, which might make a great background for your coloring page. His name means “the living image of Aten”, which is associated with the sun. Incorporating these fun facts could make your artwork more engaging.

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