Pharaoh Coloring Pages

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Please enjoy these pharaoh coloring pages!

Traditional Pharaoh Coloring Pages

Egyptian Pharaoh on his Throne Coloring Pages

Ancient Pharaoh and Pyramid Coloring Pages

Mummy Pharaoh Coloring Pages

Realistic Pharaoh Portrait Coloring Pages

Kid-Friendly Cartoon Pharaoh Coloring Pages

Tips For Coloring Pharaoh

What colors should I use for a pharaoh coloring page?

Traditionally, pharaohs are depicted in an array of colors. Gold is often used for their headpieces and other accessories, symbolizing their power and status. Their skin is usually tan or light brown, with kohl around their eyes. The clothing can be white or blue and pharaohs’ scepters can be colored in shades of grey, silver or gold.

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

To add more detail and realism, pay attention to the texture and patterns in their clothing, headpieces, and accessories. Use varying shades of the same color to create depth and highlight, such as darker and lighter shades of gold for the headdress. You can also add intricate designs or hieroglyphics to the clothing, and consider highlighting their kohl-lined eyes for a dramatic effect.

What are some unique features of a pharaoh that I should focus on while coloring?

Pharaohs are often depicted with an exaggerated headpiece or crown, known as a ‘Nemes’, and are usually seen carrying a crook and flail. They also wear ornate jewelry and are typically portrayed with kohl-lined eyes and defined eyebrows. The pharaoh’s traditional false beard is another unique feature to concentrate on.

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

Yes, pharaohs were the rulers of ancient Egypt and were seen as living gods by their people. Included in their ceremonial attire were the ‘Was’ (staff) symbolizing power and the ‘Ankh’ symbol representing life. Also, the cobra and vulture were important symbols in ancient Egypt associated with the pharaohs. The cobra represented Lower Egypt while the vulture represented Upper Egypt. These gentlemen embodied a fusion of the two states. Incorporating these elements and symbols could add depth to your artwork.

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