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Please enjoy these turkey coloring pages!
Wonderful Thanksgiving Turkey Coloring Pages
Cute and Friendly Turkey Cartoon Coloring Pages
Stunning Wild Turkey Coloring Sheets
Detailed Turkey Fine Art Coloring Pages
Children-Friendly Turkey With Pilgrim Hats Coloring Pages
Turkey Feast Coloring Pages
Turkey on the Farm Coloring Pages
Intricate Turkey Mandala Coloring Pages
Wild Turkey in Nature Coloring Pages
Baby Turkey Chick Coloring Pages
Whimsical Turkey Coloring Pages
Turkey Parade Coloring Pages
Abstract Turkey Coloring Pages for Adults
Turkey in Winter Snow Coloring Pages
Tips For Coloring Turkey Coloring Pages
What colors should I use for a turkey coloring page?
Turkeys are generally portrayed with brown, white, black, and gray. You can use these colors for the body and feathers. Turkeys also display bright colors like red, blue, and green on their head and neck, particularly during display behaviour. These colors can be exaggerated somewhat for a more creative, vibrant image.
How can I add more detail and realism to my turkey coloring?
First, start with the lighter colors as a base. Then you can overlay darker colors to create the rich texture of the turkey’s feathers. Shading and highlighting play an important role to emphasize the turkey’s unique body shape and feather arrangement. A key characteristic to capture would be the turkey’s large tail fan.
Are there any remarkable features of the turkey I should pay attention to while coloring?
Turkey’s have featherless heads with fleshy growths called wattles. Male turkeys, also known as toms, additionally have long, dangling objects called snoods which change color when a turkey is excited. It would be interesting to pay special attention to these peculiar fleshy areas.
Can you provide some interesting facts about turkeys that I could incorporate into my art?
Turkeys are the centerpiece for North American holidays like Thanksgiving, due to the historical significance. However, these birds are more than dinner! Wild turkeys can fly at speeds of up to 55 miles per hour and run at speeds of up to 20 miles per hour. Capturing a turkey in flight or full sprint can add dynamism to your art. Also, a group of turkeys can be referred to as a ‘rafter’ — a fun fact your art could illustrate!
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