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Tips For Coloring Pangolin
What colors should I use for a pangolin coloring page?
Pangolins have a predominantly brown body color varying from light to dark shades. However, the actual color can range from pale yellow through olive to dark brown. They have large scales that cover most of their body, which are usually a darker shade of brown than their skin. The underbelly is usually a softer, lighter color.
How can I add more detail and realism to my pangolin coloring?
To add more detail and bring authenticity to your coloring, pay close attention to the texture of the pangolin’s scales. These are not flat but slightly curved and overlap like artichoke leaves or roof tiles. Shadowing and gradients can help achieve a 3-dimensional effect. Enhance the texture further by adding distinctive marks and dents on the scales.
What features should I pay attention to while coloring a pangolin?
Besides their unique scales, another interesting feature of pangolins is their long, thin tongues which can be longer than their body and head combined. Sometimes, you might want to depict the pangolin in action, with its tongue out searching for ants or termites. Their eyes are small and dark while their tails are long and similar in appearance to their bodies.
Can you provide some interesting facts about the pangolin that I could incorporate into my art?
Yes, pangolins are fascinating creatures. They are also known as ‘scaly anteaters’ because of their diet and physical appearance. All eight species of pangolin are under threat due to illegal wildlife traffic, primarily because of a mistaken belief that their scales have medicinal properties. They are solitary animals and are primarily active during the night. Incorporating some of these elements into your coloring page could help raise awareness about the need for protecting pangolins.
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