Thursday, October 27, 2011

Spooky Coloring Pages

Get out your crayons and markers, little goblins and ghouls! I posted these a while back before all the images on my blog went missing, so they are officially back from zee dead. Zombie coloring pages, even! Scary!!!

I would be thrilled to post any pages that have been colored by your kiddies, so just email me photos or scans of their masterpieces if they'd like me to. nvc@ninacrittenden.com I vant to post your art (vampire voice)... Hope you all have a very Happy Halloween!!!
p.s. This also works great for Illustration Friday's topic this week: Scary! Boo!

14 comments:

Christina Rodriguez said...

Love the Spanish text, Nina! Calabaza also means "squash," at least according to my dad. Apparently it depends on where you are in Mexico.

Nina Crittenden said...

Muchas Gracias!

Andi Butler said...

I love them!! I vant to print them! Mwah ha ha ha!! They're fun Nina!!

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Nina Crittenden said...

Thanks, Andi!

Sharon Wagner said...

I feel like coloring one myself!

Nina Crittenden said...

Please do! :)

Stacy A. Gray said...

These are super cute!! Nice job!

bookbabie.com said...

How wonderful, illustrations we can share with the kiddies in our lives, thanks!

Loni Edwards said...

Awesome! Nice job Nina! Happy Halloween! :)

Nina Crittenden said...

Thank you Stacy, Bookbabie, and Loni!

Ray Ferguson said...

Great illustrations! Love your work.

Chris Schuette said...

I know I'm late in seeing this, but what a great illustration! Personally, I always feel a little sorry for Frankenstein

Nina Crittenden said...

Thank you, Ray!
I agree that poor Frank got the raw end of the deal, Chris. I like the Young Frankenstein version best! ;)

caela said...

these illustration look awesome great style :)