Our fancy fish pattern in our coloring challenge for October inspired some great entries on Facebook. We had pencil, pen and glittery coloring pages submitted for our coloring competition and we round up our favorite finished coloring pages, along with announcing the winner, at the end of this article.
Our Free November Coloring Page
First, lets reveal the free coloring page for the November Coloring Challenge! Break out your favorite colors and get to work on coloring this Tribal Headdress coloring page.
Get some inspiration from the wonderful examples on native American textiles or maybe try something different and give this coloring page a dark, day of the dead mood? We can’t wait to see how you you color our free Tribal Headdress coloring page!
All you need to know to enter the Coloring Challenge
Download the free Tribal Headdress Coloring Page
The deadline for entries to the coloring challenge is: December 15th 2017
The next coloring challenge will be published the week of: December 18th 2017
Share your finished coloring pages with us on Facebook and Instagram using #coloringbookclubcomp
October Challenge – Our Favorites Revealed!
A huge thank you to everyone who sharpened their pencils or pulled out a pen in October to participate in our tropical fish themed coloring challenge! We had some super entries and here we round up our favorites.
Lean and Green
Kathleen Abdel Massih sent in her finished coloring page on Facebook.
The turquoise and green work well together and that burst of red in the fish really helps the page stand out. Nice coloring Kathleen.
Silver and Gold
This entry from Jacqueline Rome Clark uses a mixture of vibrant colors with the metallic silver and gold scales of the fish.
There are some nice touches to admire in this page, especially those little borders around the petals of the water lilies. Great stuff!
Deep Blue Sea
Maria A Young has colored the two fish using, what looks like, a deep blue glitter pen. The sparkle effect of gel pens is hard to capture on camera but there is enough in this page to show it must look great up close and personal!
The subtle yellow on the fins is very calming and complements the body of the fish really well.
The color choices in this page from Carol Saunders Gorecki produce an attractive and warm coloring page.
There is some lovely pencil shading in this piece and the little accents on the tails of the fish work really well. Great coloring!
Our Favorite Fish!
Finally our favorite entry this month was shared by Marilyn Cusson. Gorgeous color choices and some excellent blending make this our pick of the bunch for October!
The flowers and leaves have great depth thanks to the subtle blending on the petals and the scales of the fish have real texture. Super work Marilyn!
Join the Party Next Month!
Remember, thecoloringbook.club coloring challenge is free to enter and open to all, from those beginning their coloring journey to seasoned artists! Simply Download the free Tribal Headdress Coloring Page, print and color and you could be in our pick of the pages next month!
Join the conversation and let us know your favorite coloring entry below.