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Tips For Coloring Taxi
What colors should I use for a taxi coloring page?
The most common colors for a taxi are yellow and black. The body of the taxi is typically yellow, while the checkering, if present, is black. The interior can be colored in grey or beige. Some taxis also have a light on the top which can be colored yellow or white. However, remember that taxis around the world come in different colors, so you’re free to get creative.
How can I add more detail and realism to my taxi coloring?
To add more detail and realism to your coloring, you can start by shading the body of the taxi to give it a three dimensional feel. Also, consider adding reflections in the windows and shine to the taxi’s body. The tires can be darkened with black color but remember to leave a small white spot to indicate light reflecting off the rubber.
What remarkable features of a taxi should I pay attention to while coloring?
There are several features that make a taxi stand out. The black checkering, taxi light on top, and the taxi sign usually placed on the sides or on top of the car are the most distinctive. Also, taxis usually have a meter and a divider between the driver and passengers which can be included for extra details.
Can you provide some interesting facts about taxis that I could incorporate into my art?
Sure, did you know that the iconic yellow taxis became popular in the US because yellow is the color most easily seen from a distance? Or that in London, taxi drivers are required to memorize 25,000 streets for a test called “The Knowledge”? You could try to incorporate elements of these facts into your coloring, or simply tell others about them while showing off your completed artwork.
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