Princess Leia Coloring Page for Kids & Adults [Video Tutorial Included]
20Today we have a Princess Leia coloring page and art tutorial!
This coloring page of Princess Leia is a fantastic activity for any Star Wars fan paying tribute to the late Carrie Fisher. #MayTheForceBeWithHer
It’s excellent for those who are wanting to learn to color human faces as well.
If you like coloring pages like this, also check out these hair and face coloring pages.
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Princess Leia Drawing to Color
Coloring can be a very relaxing activity for not just children, but adults as well; it’s a great way to wind down at the end of the day, especially with some nice music turned on.
Princess Leia Coloring Pages by Natalie
Hi, I am Natalie, the 16 year old artist behind Drawing with Natalie – an art show on Quirky Momma. Each episode includes an original coloring page for you to download & print plus a tutorial on coloring ideas, shading tips and more.
Who is Princess Leia?
Princess Leia played by Carrie Fisher was introduced in the original Star Wars film in 1977. Leia is the princess of a planet called Alderaan and she is a member of the Imperial Senate & agent of the Rebel Alliance. She is the daughter of Padme Amidala and Anakin Skywalker and the sister of Luke Skywalker.
Download & Print Free Princess Leia Coloring Pages
Make your world a more courageous place by celebrating Princess Leia with these printable coloring pages. Watch the tutorial video below to see how Natalie colored the coloring pictures she created…
RECOMMENDED COLORING PAGE ART SUPPLIES
Don’t be afraid to use a variety of art supplies to color Princess Leia. Sometimes, using multiple art supplies such as a combination of paint, pencils, and ink can create a really cool illustration.
I personally prefer to use Prismacolor Colored Pencils for drawings like this (and a touch of paint!), so if you would like to watch me color and shade Princess Leia, check out the video below.
How to Draw, Shade and Color Princess Leia – Tutorial Video
I hope you enjoy!
How did your Princess Leia coloring page turn out?