Scary Clown Coloring Pages

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Please enjoy these scary clown coloring pages!

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Tips For Coloring Scary Clown

What colors should I use for a scary clown coloring page?

As scary clown often come with a demented twist, using contradicting colors tend to work perfectly! You can use the typical clown colors – bright red for the nose and lips, white for the face, and a mix of blues, greens, yellows, and reds for the clown’s attire. But don’t forget to add some dark shades like blacks or deep purples to signify the scary part of the clown. Dark shades around the eyes can give a more sinister look.

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

To bring an eerie realism to your scary clown coloring, work on the shading. Darken the areas under the eyes, around the neck, and in the creases of the clown’s outfit to create a haunting contrast. For the clown’s face, focus on accentuating expressive lines such as the laugh lines, eyebrows, and the sinister grin. You can also include eerie details like blood streaks or dirty patches for a scarier effect.

Are there any remarkable features of a scary clown I should pay attention to while coloring?

Yes, scary clowns are usually characterized by unnaturally large grins, pointed teeth, and wide, haunting eyes. These are the key features that incite fear and uneasiness. When coloring, pay extra attention to depicting these in a more exaggerated, creepy manner. The outfit and hair also play significant roles in portraying scariness. Use contrasts between vibrant clown colors and dark shades to emphasize the scary parts.

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

Yes, the concept of scary clowns exists in various forms in popular culture. Stephen King’s novel ‘It’ brought the character Pennywise the Dancing Clown to life, a popular reference for scary clowns. In real life, the serial killer John Wayne Gacy used to perform as ‘Pogo the Clown’ at children’s parties. Incorporating elements or references from such popular culture can make your scary clown coloring page more interesting.

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