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For a more challenging experience, use the gray shading in the picture as a guide to work on shading techniques. We like to color over or outline the darker areas with one or a few shades of a color, then color the lighter areas with a contrasting or lighter shade.
For a simple coloring experience just color the picture, the gray may show through depending on what you are coloring with and your technique, this will give some depth to the picture. You can always outline in black if you prefer that look.
Do you like fish? Coral Reef Fish Coloring Book contains 30 one-sided pictures of fish to color. Some pictures are of numerous different fish, others are of just one type of fish. Included are pictures of angelfish, clownfish, triggerfish and more. Pull out your pastel pencils, colored pencils, crayons, markers or whatever you like and start coloring. (Some techniques may bleed through the paper so put extra paper in between if needed.)
The pages are one-sided to enable you to take a picture out if needed for technique, framing, or a gift and not miss out on coloring the other side or have it bleed through.
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