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Please enjoy these volleyball coloring pages!
Intense Volleyball Match Coloring Pages
Dynamic Volleyball Player Action Coloring Pages
Beach Volleyball Coloring Sheets
Teamwork in Volleyball: Team Players Coloring Pages
Olympics-themed Volleyball Coloring Pages
Colorful Volleyball Net and Ball Coloring Pages
Women’s Volleyball Team Coloring Pages
Volleyball Serve Position Coloring Pages
Spectacular Volleyball Spike Coloring Pages
Indoor Volleyball Court Coloring Pages for Adults
Exciting Volleyball Tournament Coloring Pages
Paralympic Sitting Volleyball Coloring Pages
Tips For Coloring Volleyball Coloring Pages
What colors should I use for a volleyball coloring page?
Most volleyballs are traditionally white, but in high-level games, the volleyballs can be multi-color. A good color palette would include white, black, yellow, blue, and green. Choose colors that stand out for the panels of the ball like blue, yellow, or green, and white for the surrounding areas with black for the lines and details.
How can I add more detail and realism to my volleyball coloring?
Realism can be achieved with proper shading to give dimension to the ball. Typically, the upper part of the ball is lighter due to light fall while the bottom part is darker. Also, try to consistently follow the shape and lines on a volleyball. The seams are very specific and follow a curved pattern.
What are some important features of a volleyball that I should pay attention to while coloring?
One important feature of a volleyball is the panels which usually have a bright color contrasting with lighter shades. Another important feature is the type of lines on the ball. There are two types of lines on a volleyball – curved and straight. In professional volleyballs, there can be as many as 18 panels and these have different colors to stand out.
Can you provide some interesting facts about volleyball that I could incorporate into my art?
Yes, did you know that volleyball was invented in 1895 by William G. Morgan, a YMCA physical education director? Or that the first volleyball was actually a basketball bladder? Also, the longest recorded volleyball game was in Kingston, North Carolina and it lasted over 75 hours! You could incorporate these facts or you can also add in a net, players, or even an outside setting to give it more context and interest.
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