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Exciting Great White Shark Coloring Pages
Detailed Hammerhead Shark Coloring Pages
Fun Cartoon Shark Coloring Pages
Majestic Megalodon Shark Coloring Pages
Simple Shark Coloring Pages for Kids
Intricate Whale Shark Coloring Pages for Adults
Blue Shark Scene Coloring Pages
Shark Family Coloring Pages: Baby Sharks and Parents
Realistic Bull Shark Coloring Pages
Mako Shark Swimming Coloring Pages
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Frilled Shark Mystery Coloring Pages
Sharks and Shipwreck Coloring Pages
Sharks and Coral Reef Scene Coloring Pages
Tiger Shark Hunting Coloring Pages
Tips For Coloring Shark Week
What colors should I use for a shark week coloring page?
For a realistic look, you can use different shades of gray and white for the shark’s body. A darker gray for the top and a lighter shade, bordering white, for its underside. The surrounding water can be colored in any shades of blue, mixed with white for areas of froth and wave crests.
How can I add more detail and realism to my shark week coloring?
To add more details, you could start with a base color of grey for the shark, and then add shading to show the contours of the shark’s body. For the water, you can use darker shades of blue at the bottom and lighter at the top to provide a depth effect. Including small fishes and aquatic plants will create a more realistic scene.
Are there any remarkable features of sharks that I should pay attention to while coloring?
Yes, a couple of things that are unique to sharks which you can keep in mind while coloring are their gill slits, which are usually five or more and located on the sides. Secondly, the dorsal fin, which is often what we see first when a shark is near the surface. Coloring these right can make your depiction more accurate.
Can you provide some interesting facts about shark week that I could incorporate into my art?
Yes, Shark Week is a week-long TV program created by Tom Golden at the Discovery Channel which debuted on July 17, 1988. Devoted to conservation efforts and correcting misconceptions about sharks, it is the longest-running cable television programming event in history. You can include a fun fact about this event or depict a popular variety of shark from the series like the Great White or Hammerhead.
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