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Fantasy Art Coloring Pages: 12 Free Printable Coloring Pages for Kids, Teens, and Adults

Updated on June 28, 2018
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Jennifer Wilber works as an ESL instructor, substitute teacher, and freelance writer. She holds a B.A. in Creative Writing and English.

Free Printable Fantasy Art Coloring Pages
Free Printable Fantasy Art Coloring Pages

Bring Your Imagination Alive with The Fantasy Art Coloring Pages

Coloring books have always been a favorite rainy-day activity for children, teens, and adults alike. Studies show that coloring can help to alleviate stress and anxiety in both children and adults. Coloring in coloring books or on printable coloring pages is a calming activity that can be enjoyed by people of all ages. This collection of free printable coloring pages features 12 different fantasy art scenes and characters to let your imagination run wild.

Children, teens, and adults can print these pages out to color at home, and teachers can use them in their classrooms as a way of bolstering their students’ creativity. Print any of these images out as many times as you wish. You may also wish to bookmark this page to return to later if you would like to download the images again and again.

Is this warrior angel a noble protector or a fearsome foe?
Is this warrior angel a noble protector or a fearsome foe? | Source

Warrior Angel Free Printable Coloring Page

This angel is also a warrior. He was tasked with protecting his kingdom from enemies. Can the good and righteous triumph over the darkness of evil? Or perhaps you would prefer to color his armor in a darker hue to signify that he is a fallen angel. It is up to you!

A basilisk is also known as a cockatrice.
A basilisk is also known as a cockatrice. | Source

Basilisk Printable Fantasy Art Coloring Page

Watch out! It is said that this serpent king can cause instant death with only a single glance. Be careful not to look this basilisk in the eye as you give him color to bring him to life! On second thought, are you sure you want to be responsible for awakening this dangerous mythical serpentine creature from his slumber?

This goblin has a face only a mother could love.
This goblin has a face only a mother could love. | Source

Goblin Fantasy Art Printable Coloring Page

Be wary of this mischievous little goblin. He probably cannot be trusted. Keep your valuables safely out of sight when this goblin is around, especially your jewelry and gold. Goblins are greedy little thieves that cannot be trusted around anything of value. I wonder how he escaped from the dungeon.

Do you believe that dragons are good, evil, or somewhere in between?
Do you believe that dragons are good, evil, or somewhere in between? | Source

Dragon Head Fantasy Art Printable Coloring Page

Watch out for this fire-breathing dragon. Like the goblin, dragons love treasure, and can often be found hiding in their caves hoarding a collection of gold and other valuable objects. Some cultures see dragons as a symbol of good fortune, while other cultures are taught to fear dragons. Perhaps dragons are simply misunderstood?

Dragons are considered lucky in Chinese culture.
Dragons are considered lucky in Chinese culture. | Source

Chinese Dragon Free Printable Coloring Page

Chinese dragons are more serpentine in appearance than their European counterparts. In many Asian cultures, including China, dragons are thought to symbolize good luck. In addition to bringing wealth and good fortune, Chinese dragons are also said to have the ability to bring rain. Since dragons appear in mythology all around the world, perhaps there is some truth behind the myths.

This dwarf got caught with his pants down.
This dwarf got caught with his pants down. | Source

Dwarf Caught in the Act Free Printable Coloring Page

Oh no! How embarrassing for this little dwarf! He was caught in the middle of using the facilities. Boy is his face red… if you so choose to color it that way! What an unflattering picture of this poor little guy. It goes to show, even magical beings must answer the call of nature sometimes!

This lovely fairy is sitting upon a toadstool throne.
This lovely fairy is sitting upon a toadstool throne. | Source

Fairy Resting on a Toadstool Printable Coloring Page

This elegant fairy is sitting in quite meditation upon a toadstool. What color are her wings? Are they vibrant and spectacular for her to show off proudly to anyone she flies near, or does she have more subdued coloring to help her to blend into her forest home? The choice is yours. Be creative when you are deciding on a color pallet for this graceful fairy and her beautiful wings.

This fairy princess is very close with her dragon.
This fairy princess is very close with her dragon. | Source

Fairy Entwined with a Dragon Free Printable Coloring Page

This beautiful fairy princess has discovered how to tame a fearsome dragon. Are these two powerful allies, or is this dragon merely her royal pet? Can fairies and dragons really get along? Both of these magical creatures are known not only for their grace and elegance, but also for their treachery toward humans.

Part lion, part eagle, the Griffon is the King of All Creatures!
Part lion, part eagle, the Griffon is the King of All Creatures! | Source

Griffin Printable Fantasy Artwork Coloring Page

The Griffin is a mythical creature with the body, tail, and hind legs of a lion and the head, wings, and talons of an eagle. The griffin is widely regarded as the “King of All Creatures,” as it is made up of a lion, the king of beasts; and an eagle, the king of birds. Because of this joint heritage, the griffin is considered a particularly powerful and majestic magical creature. Like dragons, griffins are fond of gold and valuable treasures.

The phoenix can rise from the ashes again and again.
The phoenix can rise from the ashes again and again. | Source

Phoenix Minimalist Free Printable Fantasy Coloring Page

The phoenix is an especially powerful mythical creature. The phoenix can live forever through an endless cycle of rebirth. When its time comes, the phoenix will burst into flames, leaving behind nothing but ashes. From these ashes, the phoenix will rise again as a hatchling. It is said that the phoenix can live for 500 years between rebirths. Traditionally the phoenix is depicted the color of flames, but it is up to you what colors you wish those flames to be.

Mermaids love sea unicorns!
Mermaids love sea unicorns! | Source

Mermaid with Narwhals Free Printable Coloring Page for Kids

This coloring page featuring a fun-loving mermaid and her narwhal friends is sure to be a hit with younger children. Narwhals are the unicorns of the sea, but they aren’t mythical. Narwhals can be found living in arctic waters. Perhaps the horns of narwhals inspired stories of unicorns.

What could be more magical than a unicorn prince and princess?
What could be more magical than a unicorn prince and princess? | Source

Unicorn Princess and Unicorn Prince Printable Fantasy Coloring Page for Kids

Speaking of unicorns, have you ever seen anything cuter than a unicorn princess and prince in front of their castle. These unicorns are so joyous that even the sun can’t help but smile upon them. This fairy tale coloring page scene is sure to bring smiles to younger children and children-at-heart alike!

Fantasy Art Coloring Pages are Fun for All Ages!

Coloring pages are a great way to pass the time while reducing stress in your life. Children, teens, and even adults can greatly benefit from taking some quite time to color a fun and whimsical coloring page. Download all of these images or bookmark this page in your browser to return for more coloring fun!

© 2018 Jennifer Wilber

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      Louise Powles 

      5 months ago from Norfolk, England

      There's some good designs there for colouring. I like the faerie ones. They're very cute.

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