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Tips For Coloring Tasmanian Tiger
What colors should I use for a Tasmanian Tiger coloring page?
To accurately depict the Tasmanian Tiger, also called Thylacine, you would mostly use yellow-brown and darker shades of brown. Its fur was short and stiff with a yellow-brown color, and had distinct dark stripes across its back and tail, which is why it’s commonly referred to as “tiger”.
How can I add more detail and realism to my Tasmanian Tiger coloring?
Adding subtle shading would add more depth and realism to your Tasmanian Tiger coloring. Shading the dark stripes across the body and tail can create a sense of texture. Highlight areas such as the belly and inside of the large, rounded ears with a lighter shade of brown or tan for contrast.
What are some distinctive features of the Tasmanian Tiger I should highlight while coloring?
One of the most distinctive features of the Tasmanian Tiger was its head which was relatively small compared to its body. The animal also had a stiff tail which was kangaroo-like in form. Its large, rounded ears should also be focused on. But the most notable feature to get right would be the 15-20 transverse dark stripes across its back and tail.
Can you provide some interesting facts about the Tasmanian Tiger that I could incorporate into my art?
Yes, the Tasmanian Tiger is believed to have been nocturnal (active during the night) and crepuscular (active during twilight), this could be reflected in the setting of your art. Also, it’s known to have carried its young in pouches, much like kangaroos. Including a few pups could add more depth to your coloring page. Capture its solitary and elusive nature in the artwork too. However, note that the Tasmanian Tiger is considered extinct, and the last known specimen died in 1936.
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