Scarecrow Coloring Pages

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Please enjoy these scarecrow coloring pages!

Autumn-Themed Scarecrow Coloring Pages

Friendly Scarecrow Coloring Pages for Kids

Detailed Haloween Scarecrow Coloring Pages

Scarecrow In The Corn Field Coloring Sheets

Farm-Scene Scarecrow Coloring Pages

Scarecrow With Crows Coloring Pages

Classic Patched Scarecrow Coloring Pages

Simple Scarecrow Coloring Pages for Pre-schoolers

Harvest-time Scarecrow Coloring Pages

Scarecrow And The Pumpkin Patch Coloring Pages

Spooky Scarecrow Coloring Pages

Scarecrow in the Field Coloring Pages

Artistic Abstract Scarecrow Coloring Pages

Scarecrow And Farm Animals Coloring Pages

Happy Scarecrow Coloring Pages

Tips For Coloring Scarecrows

What colors should I use for a scarecrow coloring page?

Traditionally, scarecrows are depicted with straw-colored hair and a beige or cream face, signifying a sack or cloth filled with straw. The outer clothing can be colored brightly or in earthy tones depending on the style you prefer. Commonly used colors include faded blues, greens, reds, and yellows, reflecting worn-out clothes. The scarecrow usually wears a hat, made either of straw (yellow or light brown) or it could be a fabric hat in any color you wish.

What tips can you give to make my scarecrow appear more realistic when coloring?

To make your scarecrow coloring more realistic, think about incorporating a variety of textures. You can suggest the texture of straw by adding many thin, yellow lines. Give the sack-like face depth by adding dark shades on the edges and leave the middle part lighter to express roundness. Add diversity to the clothing; color the patches differently than the main clothing, give an old and washed-out look by applying less color.

What special features of a scarecrow should I focus on while coloring?

A scarecrow is usually adorned with humanlike features, so while coloring, pay special attention to the facial expression. It can make your scarecrow look friendly or scary. Another feature to consider is the clothes, which are typically old, faded, and patched up, thus offer a great chance to play around with a variety of colors and patches.

Can you provide some interesting facts about scarecrows that I can incorporate into my art?

Yes, scarecrows might seem simple farming tools but they have a long history ranging from ancient Egypt to modern community scarecrow competitions. In medieval Britain and Europe, children would patrol fields of crops and scaring away the birds by clapping blocks of wood together, they were the real “scare crows”. You could think of adding symbols in your coloring page hinting towards this rich history. Or create a scene of a farm with a field of crops that the scarecrow is protecting to give a contextual touch.

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