So many of you sweet humans have been watching me doodle on my iPad Pro for months and months and months. I’ve been creating my own library of digital coloring pages full of my doodles. Your encouragement means so much to me and I’m super thrilled to finally have my first doodle drawings coloring pages pack available for sale!
One purchase grants you instant download access to 15+ pages of my drawings that you can color in traditionally on paper OR color on the procreate app.
Learning how to use coloring pages digitally:
Not sure how to color on an iPad Pro? Follow the steps below then grab your Apple Pencil and get coloring!
First, purchase my pack of hand drawn doodle coloring pages. If you’re not ready to buy the pack try the below free robot coloring page first! I don’t know why but robots are just capturing my heart right now. Or check out these three free coloring pages! (Alpacas… need I say more?!)
If you are trying to color my (or any) black line drawings on an iPad Pro with Apple Pencil, first make sure you have high quality PNG files downloaded to your device.
Next, import your png files into the app Procreate (worth every penny).
Select the drawing layer and click the little “N” see below.
Select “multiply” and the N will change to an M. This makes the black line drawing static.
Add a new layer and drag it underneath the line drawing. Now you can color underneath the coloring pages without disturbing the black lines! It’s magic.
Now you are ready to select the brush you want to chose and start coloring! I personally really love the 4B compressed brush. Experiment with different brushes and use what you like most! There are no rules here.
Of course you can also print these pages and color them traditionally. That’s always fun too! My favorite coloring tool is good old (cheap!) Crayola Markers. These super tips and big liners came from Santa this year. Happy day!
Have fun and remember to tag me on Instagram @sweetersidemom so I can see and share!
And if you love these you’ll LOVE my How To “Directed Drawing” pages.
Happy new year!
Mockup vector created by Freepik
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