|Nature in color - autumn leaves|
Coloring can be an engaging activity for children and adults, whether using crayons, markers, colored pencils, or watercolor paints. You can stay inside the lines or not, it is your artistic choice.
You can start by making your own coloring sheet, or trade line-drawing sheets with another amateur artist in your household. Not good at drawing representative art? Grab a pencil, hold it over a blank sheet of paper, close your eyes, and do some scribbling. You’ve just created outlines for a wonderful abstract coloring page.
One of our Virtual Ability community members found this list of coloring pages from museums. Lots of detail in some of these line drawings, enough to keep the colorist occupied for quite some time. Check them out here: http://library.nyam.org/colorourcollections/.
You can also look up “adult coloring pages” in an internet search to find pages to download. This site has great outline drawings of various complexity, on a wide variety of themes: https://www.justcolor.net/.
Get out those colored pencils, and have fun!