It’s a bird, it’s a plane, it’s Superman! No, wait, hang on. It’s just an airplane after all. But that’s okay, because airplanes are really fun to color too. That’s why for today’s post, I’ve drawn some free printable airplane coloring pages for you and your kids. Bust open that crayon box, kids, it’s time to start coloring!
Airplane Coloring Pages
This happy metal bird needs some color in his life. With a colored pencil or a crayon, you can pull him out of his monochrome world.
For Artists: This airplane coloring page was sketched and inked using a Wacom Tablet and Manga Studio.
Downloading Instructions: To download one of these airplane coloring pages, right-click on one of the pictures and press “Save Link As…” A high resolution jpeg will be saved to your computer. Open it in your favorite image viewing program, and then send it to your printer. When printing, be sure to scale the image to fit to your printer paper.
Now, we all know that in the USA, you have to be 16 to get your driver’s license. But did you know that 16 is also the age limit for your pilot’s license? (I didn’t, but Google did.) Of course, if you can’t wait until you’re 16, you could always get a license to pilot a glider or a balloon. The minimum age for those two aeronautical contraptions is only 14. If you’re younger than 14, the pilot’s handbook recommends that your flight experience stays limited to video games.
On that note, here’s an airplane coloring page of a 10-year old flying a biplane by himself.
For Artists: This airplane coloring page was drawn by hand in pencil. Then I took a photo of it with my phone, and inked it in Adobe Illustrator using the Pen Tool.
Around world in one airplane coloring page. Yes, one day, I will make a trip around the world, by airplane, train, automobile, motorcycle, bicycle, and on foot. But not yet. Too busy drawing coloring pages for kids. Until then, I’ll just put my dreams on paper, and share them with you.
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