Merida Coloring Pages

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Please enjoy these Merida coloring pages!

Brave Merida with Her Bow Coloring Pages

Detailed Kilt Outfit Merida Coloring Pages for Adults

Merida Riding Her Horse Angus Coloring Pages

Merida in Her Princess Dress Coloring Pages

Artistic Merida Hair Coloring Pages

Easy Children’s Coloring Pages of Merida

Young Merida Coloring Pages

Merida’s Various Expressions Coloring Pages

Merida During Archery Contest Coloring Pages

Magical Wisps Guiding Merida Coloring Images

Tips For Coloring Merida Coloring Pages

What colors should I use for a Merida from Brave coloring page?

Merida is a Scottish princess with striking features. Use deep red or fiery orange for her curly hair. Her dress is a dark teal or green-blue shade, while her skin is fair with a hint of pink for blush. Her eyes are a bright blue.

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

Start with a base color, then add shading to depict depth and dimension, especially in her hair to bring out its volume and texture. Merida is an archer, so you can also add details like her bow, arrows, and quiver. Her wild and free spirit can be shown through her expressive eyes and the movement in her dress and hair.

Are there any distinctive features of Merida I should be aware of while coloring?

Yes, Merida’s defining characteristic is her untamed, voluminous red hair. She also always carries her bow and arrow, which is a symbol of her bravery and independence. She wears a dark teal medieval-style dress, which might be a bit challenging but fun to color considering the folds and drapes.

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

Merida is Pixar’s first female protagonist and she is from the Scottish Highlands. Her story doesn’t revolve around a love interest, but about her struggle for independence and her relationship with her mother. You can try to incorporate elements of these in your artwork, such as Scottish landscapes or having images where she is with Queen Elinor.

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