Thunderstorm Coloring Pages

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Please enjoy these thunderstorm coloring pages!

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Approaching Thunderstorm Coloring Pages

Hand-drawn Thunderstorm Skyscape Coloring Pages

Intricate Thunder and Lightning Storm Coloring Pages

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Heavy Rainfall Coloring Sheets

Cumulonimbus Cloud Coloring Pages

Thunderstorm Over the City Coloring Pages

Thunderstorm in the Countryside Coloring Pages

Severe Thunderstorm Warning Coloring Pages

Thunderstorm Over the Ocean Coloring Pages

Whirling Hurricane Coloring Pages

Lightning Safety Coloring Pages

Tips For Coloring Thunderstorm

What colors should I use for a thunderstorm coloring page?

Primarily, you might use dark shades of blue, purple, and grey to signify the stormy sky. The lightning bolts can be colored in bright white or electric blue to show the contrast. For the land, depending on your illustration, you might use darkened shades of whatever typical landscape colors like green for trees and brown for the ground to depict that it’s a nighttime or low-light scene.

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

To add more detail and realistic touch to your coloring, focus on incorporating a strong contrast of light and dark. For instance, darken the cloud areas with black or very dark blue, then use lighter shades of blues or purples to gradually transition out of the storm area. When coloring the lightning, you can add a glow effect around it with lightly-shaded blue or white pastels. For rain effect, use thin vertical strokes of light blue or grey.

Are there any remarkable features of thunderstorms I should pay attention to while coloring?

Yes, the lightning in a thunderstorm is usually a very stark, bright color compared to the deep, dark colors of storm clouds. There’s often a sense of light glowing from within the storm due to this lightning. Moreover, the environment below a thunderstorm can appear significantly darker and sometimes takes on a slightly green hue. Trying to capture these elements can make your coloring more realistic.

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

Certainly, a single thunderstorm can release enough energy to power the entire U.S. for about 20 minutes. The temperature inside a lightning bolt can reach 30,000 kelvins (53,540 degrees Fahrenheit) – that’s five times hotter than the surface of the sun! Lightning flash width is usually 1-2 inches in diameter, but it can illuminate the sky brightly. Incorporating these fun facts could make your artwork educational too.

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