Life in lockdown can be testing for us all. It is now entering week nine of restrictions and it’s difficult to remember what “normal” feels like. I have found solace in creating personal artwork. With no agenda behind them, just for the enjoyment of drawing. It’s a testing time for my business also and it can all get overwhelming if I dwell on it too much.

Art, drawing, painting, the enjoyment of creating has always been an escape and I am sure it acts the same for many others. I decided to upload this artwork that can be downloaded for others to use as a personal colouring page.  The theme is rest and relaxation, there is nothing quite like a long bath, good book and fine wine to help unwind.

Follow the guidelines below for downloading and printing this colour page. If you decide to share on social media, remember to tag me as I would love to see the results.

Colour page | Bath Tube Relaxation Editorial line work illustration | Relax | Linda Byrne Illustration

Download Guidelines

How to download the colouring page:

  • Click the downloadable link below
  • In the new tab, select – File – Save As
  • Name file , place in a folder you will find
  • Remember to keep it as a .PDF

Print Guidelines

The paper you choose to print on should be determined by what medium you plan to use to colour in. Wet media need heavier paper, but a standard printer may not be able to print heavy paper or card. Using basic photocopy paper (generally 80/gms) can be used for dry media. I would recommend colouring pencils!

Printer Settings

  • Paper size A4
  • Media type – plain paper
  • Colour format – Greyscale or black and white

TOP TIP

Select a limited colour palette before you begin, restrict your palette to four or five main colours that work well together. Neutrals can also be added, they would be classed as browns and greys.

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