Wizard Of Oz Coloring Pages

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Please enjoy these Wizard of Oz coloring pages!

Iconic Dorothy Gale Coloring Pages

Scarecrow: Best Friend of Dorothy Coloring Pages

Tin Man: Seeker of Heart Coloring Pages

Courageous Cowardly Lion Coloring Pages

Glinda: Good Witch of the South Coloring Pages

Wicked Witch of the West Coloring Pages

The Yellow Brick Road Adventure Coloring Pages

Emerald City of Oz Coloring Pages

Terrifying Winged Monkeys Coloring Page

Fantastical Views in Oz Coloring Pages

Red Slippers Symbolic Coloring Pages

Tips For Coloring Wizard Of Oz Coloring Pages

What colors should I use for Wizard of Oz coloring pages?

For the most recognizable characters, Dorothy should be in blue and white, the Scarecrow in rustic browns and yellows, the Tin Man in silver, and the Cowardly Lion in yellow or gold colors. The Wicked Witch traditionally has green skin, black dress, and pointed hat. The Good Witch should be in light and shimmery pastels. The Yellow Brick Road, as indicated, should be yellow.

How can I add more detail and realism to my Wizard of Oz coloring?

To make your Wizard of Oz pages become more realistic, it could be helpful to use shading and gradients. For instance, give depth to the Yellow Brick Road by shading the sides with a slightly darker yellow. Also, the Emerald City is described as glittering, you could use green glitter or metallic gel pens to capture this effect.

Are there any remarkable features of the Wizard of Oz I should pay attention to while coloring?

Yes, the unique details of each character can add a lot to your coloring. For instance, the Tin Man is made of silver, but his heart is red. The Cowardly Lion has a big, shaggy mane that you can color in a more golden tone than the rest of his body. In the Emerald City, everything – even the citizens – is green, so using various shades of green there might create an interesting effect.

Can you provide some interesting facts about the Wizard of Oz that I could incorporate into my art?

Sure, incorporating some trivia about the Wizard of Oz could make your coloring more engaging! The ruby slippers that Dorothy wears were actually silver in the original book by L. Frank Baum. Changing them to ruby for the film was a way to show off the new technicolor film process. The Scarecrow is in search of a brain, Tin Man a heart, and the Cowardly Lion courage. These might be interesting elements to highlight in your art.

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