You can find a lot of free colouringpages on the internet: samples/free pages from colouringbooks, extra free colouringpages by illustrators, free colouringpages by unknown artists which contain no publication rules/rights and unfortunately also a lot of colouringpages without permission and acknowledging of the artist.
Below you’ll find a list of colouringbook samples given by the artist, sorted by artist/illustrator.
Please use these free pages for yourself, to print and colour. Don’t copy and distribute the images, but post the links to the original website instead!
This page is updated regularly (when we’ve found new downloads), so keep checking this page once in a while.
If you have a tip about samples of a colouringbook, let us know in a comment or mail .
Millie Marotta spends her days creating intricate nature based illustrations for her colouring books and other exciting projects from her studio by the sea in a little corner of West Wales.
These days Thaneeya is typically immersed in designing new coloring books, creating colorful calendars, and experimenting with a variety of tantalizing art supplies like Copic markers, gouache, paint markers, liquid watercolors, paper-cutting and whatever else she can get her hands on! When she has time, she occasionally adds new lessons and content on Art-is-Fun.com.
Antonina Kalinina has recently published her first colouring book, ‘The Pomegranate Grove’ and is working on a new upcoming book.
(…)When a good friend asked him to sketch a few pictures for her to color while undergoing dialysis, Jason picked her two favorite subjects and combined her love for cats and quilts into a series of illustrations.(…)
Colouringbooks with”a unique cute style you will notice all of the animals have huge glassy eyes.”
Jade Summer is a best-selling author who specializes in adult coloring books.
She gives a sample of some of the books she made.
Chroma Tomes coloring books are created for adults, but fun for all ages! Relax your mind, spark your imagination, color away your cares!
You can see his love of line leaping off the page of his bird’s-eye view drawings of cities, villages, and rural scenes from countries he’s actually lived in as well as those he’s merely visited, which count in the dozens.
Using black ink pens and colored pencils, American artist and illustrator Tim Jeffs is creating a veritable ink zoo of intricately drawn animals. Ever intrigued by their diversity and complexity, Jeffs strives to capture his subjects’ essence in his portraits.
Olga Goloveshkina specializes in black ink doodles. She is an author and illustrator coloring books for adults “The wind carries flowers” (in Russian), “Fox travel”, “Mounts”, “Mounts2” and “Enchanted horses” ( in English).