The original image uses an abstract watercolor painting for the background and translucent digital colors for the vampire.
The classic horror film, The Shining, makes for a unique children's coloring page. This scene is iconic and powerful. I love it.
Literary and film traditions, rather than generational beliefs, customs, or folklore, inform American Halloween aesthetics. As a result, Halloween in the United States is constantly evolving.
I chose to use Princess Langwidre for this illustration because the Wizard of OZ is the oldest and most recognized American Fairytale.
Omen Black cats are one of the only omens that affect me. I can't help but notice when a black cat crosses my path. However, I see it as a good omen because black cats are adorable.
The original background was painted by my 5-yr old. I applied digital linework and color over the top.
If you are interested in coloring these pages on your iPad or tablet, download the JPEG so you can import them into Procreate or other apps that do not recognize PDFs. You can color underneath the linework by setting the JPEG to a "multiply layer" and coloring on a new layer. If you are printing them out, you may get a higher quality print if you download the PDF.
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Hi, my name is Cory Shaw. I am an author and illustrator of books and book covers for children.
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