Original, unique, hand drawn illustrations by the artist (not clipart or AI)
300 dpi vector images
Version 1: white background / Version 2: black background
Square format (will print on letter size page)
Can be printed on larger or smaller paper (depending on your printer's capabilities)
Can be printed on plain paper, most card stock paper, and some watercolor paper
Watermark will not appear on the PDFs you purchase
***** BONUS: you will also receive a grey-line page of each version! *****
"Floral Coyote" features a coyote inside a floral circle and was inspired by all the coyotes I hear howling and chattering in the orchard behind my house at night. This design could also be colored as a dog, wolf or fox if you like. This PDF includes 2 bonus grey-line versions for those who like less emphasis on darker lines. This is useful when you like to recolor (or color over) lines and add your own details.
Upon purchase, check your email for a confirmation from Etsy. You’ll be able to instantly download this individual coloring page as watermark-free, 8.5x11 (letter-sized) PDF, and then print on the paper of your choice with your home printer. Because this is vector art, it can be enlarged if your printer is able to handle larger sheets of paper. Your files will always be accessible from your receipt in the "purchases" section of your account.
** You will receive 1 PDF file consisting of 4 pages. Be sure to check your printer settings to print the exact page(s) you need. The second PDF contains information about Ruby Charm Colors.
All of my coloring page illustrations and hand-drawn and then pulled into the ProCreate app on my iPad. I used an Apple pencil to add more details, move the elements around until I have them just right, and then I create final "clean line" designs for print and digital reproduction. Each one of my illustrations take anywhere from 8 to 12 hours to complete … sometimes even longer, and every one is a labor of love. So, if you made it this far ... thank you for supporting an independent artist!
That said, I have to mention some IMPORTANT LEGALESE ….. Please respect the time and effort that went into creating my illustrations (all of my art is copyrighted) and do not share or sell the PDF file and do not sell printed copies, or use the image commercially. This coloring page is for your personal enjoyment. Selling any and all items using this image is prohibited. You are not permitted to send the files to other people or sell/trade/give them away. Please do not post this image online without your coloring.
If you want to share your colored creation online, PLEASE DO! But please credit #RubyCharmColors (aka Susan Carlson) as the artist of the original illustration in addition to yourself as the colorist. As the artist, I retain all copyright protections, rights, and privileges. Thank you for understanding and for supporting an independent artist! You can reach me here if you have questions: rubycharm [!at] hotmail.com
PRINTING & COLORING TIPS:
You can use an inkjet printer (that’s what I have) or a laser printer (which is ideal if you'll be using paint or markers). When you open the PDF, select the highest quality print your printer allows. In your print settings, you might also to able to expand the image to fill more of the page (depending on your printer’s capabilities). Because I create vector files, you should be able to increase/decrease the size of each image with no loss of line quality. The same goes for the added bonus grey-line versions.
I sometimes use watercolor pencils to lay down my base colors and have yet to have problems smudging the ink from my Epson inkjet … but you may want to experiment. I also print my images on card stock (though plain paper is fine, too) as I like the thickness and it is less likely to warp or bleed through. Once my water-colored areas are dry (it doesn’t usually take too long) I go back over those colors with a variety of colored pencils in light layers to add detail and depth. You can print several copies of this illustration (white paper is great, but colored paper is a lot of fun, too) and experiment with different papers, color palettes and techniques.
You can see my coloring process (yes, I love to color, too) and samples of my work on my Instagram account (@RubyCharmColors) and on my Wordpress site (www.rubycharmcolors.com) where I also feature tips, other artists, art supplies and additional RubyCharmColors products. Give me a follow!
A FEW MORE NOTES:
No printed material will be physically shipped to you—this is a digital file that you download from your computer and print at home as soon as your order is confirmed through Etsy.
The “Ruby Charm” watermark will not appear in your PDF, however my copyright appears at the bottom of the illustration to help protect my work.
Etsy will send you an email with a link to the downloadable file(s). You can also access your digital purchases by going to Your Account > Purchases.
As a buyer it is your responsibility to know how to download a PDF, open it, and use your printer settings to print these illustrations.
Refunds can not be offered on digital downloads unless you have not downloaded the item prior to your refund request.
Follow me on Instagram @rubycharmcolors and tag me if you post your colored work—I would really love to see it!
Thank you, and happy coloring! :)