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Saturday, April 27, 2013

Lego Chima Coloring Pages

My son's newest obsession is Lego's Legend of Chima.  Here are some coloring sketches from the series.  Most of the pics are inspired from the books (on Amazon) and desktop backgrounds (Cartoon Network).

Lego Chima Coloring Page


Lego Chima Coloring Page


Lego Chima Coloring Page


Lego Chima Coloring Page


Lego Chima Coloring Page


Lego Chima Coloring Page


Lego Chima Coloring Page


Lego Chima Coloring Page


Lego Chima Coloring Page


Lego Chima Coloring Page


Lego Chima Coloring Page


Lego Chima Coloring Page
Lego Chima Coloring Page
Lego Chima Coloring Page
Lego Chima Coloring Page
Lego Chima Coloring Page

15 comments:

  1. Hey there! I truly took pleasure in reviewing your post.
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  2. These are lovely! Thanks for sharing your art. My kids are going to enjoy colouring them too.

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  3. Thanks! I will try to post more soon.

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  4. this is so... helpful.
    use to print it for my son.
    thank you! xx

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  5. Very good work!
    How do you make these images?
    Drawing freely by hand?

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  6. My daughter recently discovered this show, and loves it! Thanks for making them - I'm printing them now to surprise my daughter. :)

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  7. These are great thanks so much for sharing, my little boy is colouring now and so excited about the chima pages haha :)

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  8. Sorry guys, I guess there were some comments awaiting moderation for a while! I usually find an image to use as a reference then sketch them on my iPad with a stylus. I use an app called SketchBook because it allows you to use layers (so you can sketch out an outline then add details).

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  9. Thank you! My boys are enjoying these coloring pages!

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  10. How do I print these? They look wonderful!

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  11. THANK YOU!!! I am printing these as small pictures to make coloring books for my son's 6th b-day party. As you probably know, there is a shortage of Chima products for parties and such. These are perfect. Thank you so much for sharing them!!!!

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  12. Someone asked how to print these, and I realized at that point that Blogger reduced the size of the images when I uploaded them. :-( I put all of the images in a zipped folder and shared them via dropbox. If you would like to download all of the pages at their original size, you can do so here: https://www.dropbox.com/s/gjxk5og6iwknyfp/Chima.zip

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  13. Thank you so much for the zipfile! Your work is Awesome! My daughter will be very excited, we are having her 7th Birthday party with the Chima theme. I wanted a coloring activity, and these are perfect!

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  14. Thank you for sharing your art work...I am making my grandson a quilt and will use the pictures as a guide for making the blocks...likely just enlargements of the heads.

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