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Please enjoy these zombie coloring pages!
Creepy Graveyard Zombie Coloring Pages
Terrifying Walking Zombie Coloring Pages
Funny Cartoon Zombie Coloring Pages
Detailed Female Zombie Coloring Pages for Adults
Zombie Apocalypse Scene Coloring Pages
Thrilling Zombie Chase Coloring Pages
Kid-Friendly Cute Zombie Coloring Pages
Classic Old School Zombie Coloring Pages
Scary Headshot Zombie Coloring Pages
Zombies At Night Coloring Pages
Zombie in Rags Coloring Pages
Zombie Attack Coloring Pages
Zombies Breaking Through Doors Coloring Pages
Zombie Horde Coloring Pages
Tips For Coloring Zombies
What colors should I use for a zombie coloring page?
Typically, zombies are associated with undead colors such as grays, greens, and browns. Paler shades can depict decayed skin while darker tones can be used for bruised and torn areas. Remember to add blood stains in red, especially around the mouth and on reported victim bite marks for an extra horrific touch.
How can I add more detail and realism to my zombie coloring?
To add more detail and realism, creating texture is key. Zombies often appear decaying, so use shading and cross-hatching techniques to enhance these effects. You can emphasize protruding bones, sunken eyes and torn clothing. Differentiating areas of fresh wounds from older decay can also add a chilling depth to your undead image.
Are there any significant features of zombies I should pay attention to while coloring?
Zombies are often depicted with torn clothing, so be sure to incorporate that into your coloring. Also, many illustrations of zombies showcase them with missing body parts or with some parts more decayed than others. Add some gruesome details such as exposed bones, hanging flesh, or entrails to make the image more horror-like.
Can you provide some interesting facts about zombies that I could incorporate into my art?
Zombies originate from Haitian folklore where they are described as reanimated corpses brought back to life by magic, they have since become a popular theme in horror genre. Zombies are often depicted as mindless, slowly moving creatures with a hunger for human flesh or brains. This hunger can be humorously exaggerated in your art with visuals like them feasting at a BBQ or diner. Featuring them in a horde, showing the overwhelming force of numbers, is another common and unnerving depiction in pop culture.
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