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Digital Coloring Books

The Scriptorium’s Digital Coloring Books are collections of classic illustrations idealy suited for coloring on computer or with crayon, pencil or pen. Unlike a traditional coloring book, the digital format allows you to color on your computer or to print out multiple copies of images so they can be colored again and again.

Our Digital Coloring Books are designed for aspiring artists from 5 to 11, but the images are sophisticated and well suited for parents who want to color with their kids. Unlike many contemporary coloring books which feature simplistic and uninspiring ‘generic’ art, these images are exciting, romantic and challenging to color, drawing on themes from traditional legends and fairytales. Among the artists featured in our Digital Coloring Books series are Howard Pyle, Arthur Rackham, J. D. Batten, Louis Rhead, Milo Winter, Charles Folkard and other fairytale illustrators whose style has the openness and contrast appropriate for coloring. All of the illustrations are in large size and will print clearly. We particularly recommend using them on the computer with programs like KidPaint to increase computer skills while undertaking challenging coloring projects.

Our first Digital Coloring Book is Fairytale Animals. It features illustrations of fantastical animals in whimsical and humorous storybook scenes, including a number from the classic animal stories in Howard Pyle’s book The Wonder Clock. The collection features art by Howard Pyle, J. D. Batten and H. J. Ford. There are over 20 illustrations, plus a colorable initial plate featuring a poem and great art by Howard Pyle from Pepper and Salt.

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second Digital Coloring Book is Knights and Heroes. It features illustrations of heroic characters from a variety of legendary and fairytale sources, including Howard Pyle’s Robin Hood and Pyle’s various collections of Arthurian legends. It also features art by several other artists. There are over 18 large-size illustrations, plus a colorable initial plate featuring a poem and great art by Howard Pyle from Pepper and Salt.

Our third Digital Coloring Book is Ladies and Magic. It features illustrations of romatic characters from a variety of legendary and fairytale sources, including Howard Pyle’s King Arthur and other 19th century sources. There are over a dozen large-size illustrations, plus a colorable initial plate featuring a poem and great art by Howard Pyle from Pepper and Salt.

These packages can be ordered for just $18 each through our online ordering system: ONLINE ORDERING.

If you would like to try out one of our Digital Coloring Books for free, we have some excerpts from our collection of Arabian
Nights illustrations available here for free. These six pieces are all by J. D. Batten, but the full collection also features the work of Louis Rhead, Milo Winter and other artists. To download this sample package just CLICK HERE.

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