Velociraptors are some of the most recognizable dinosaurs of them all, and there’s no mistaking these small but fearsome dinosaurs.
It’s always so much fun to see what different people think dinosaurs may have looked like, and you have the opportunity to show what you think with these free velociraptor coloring pages for kids!
Whether you think these dinosaurs would have been brightly and vividly colored or maybe that they would have had darker colors, these free velociraptor printables will let you go wild with your favorite colors and coloring tools to show what you think!
These velociraptor coloring sheets are perfect for hours of prehistoric coloring fun! Once you’ve completed your favorites, please be sure to share your colorful artworks to our Facebook page for us to see!
We always love to see your creative and fun interpretations and designs, and we’re sure to see lots of interesting and vibrant dinos once you’ve finished with these free velociraptor coloring pages.
15 Brand New Velociraptor Coloring Pages – Free to Print and Color
This first velociraptor coloring page shows our first dinosaur having a day out in a prehistoric jungle.
He’s got an interesting pattern on his body, so that will allow you to pick a color scheme and integrate different colorful variations to make him pop with color!
You can also get creative with the background of this velociraptor printable and show what you think this ancient landscape may have looked like.
In the second velociraptor printable, we have a velociraptor surrounded by a cool dinosaur footprint background.
I think that this velociraptor coloring page gives the perfect opportunity for a bright and vividly colored background!
If I was coloring in this page, I would use a bright red for the background with blues and greens for the footprints and the dinosaur, but how will you bring this velociraptor coloring sheet to life?
This velociraptor coloring page shows a playful and adorable velociraptor that is having a great time.
It is standing on its hind legs and waving its front claws in the air.
It has a large head with big eyes and sharp teeth, but it looks more friendly than fierce. Its body is covered in scales and its tail is long and curved.
I would use brown, green, or gray colors to make it look more colorful. You can also add some details to the background, such as flowers, grass, or clouds.
Two velociraptors are better than one is a saying you don’t get to use in real life very often, but it certainly applies to this next free velociraptor coloring page!
There are two velociraptors surrounded by some very exotic looking dino eggs for you to color in.
Will you make both velociraptors the same set of colors or will you go with something totally different for each one?
The background of the next velociraptor printable we have is again perfect for a bright and strikingly colored background.
For this one, I would use a rich blue with deep purple for the dots with brighter greens and reds for the dinosaur, but I can’t wait to see what you choose for this velociraptor coloring page!
This velociraptor coloring page features a baby velociraptor that looks very cute and innocent.
It is standing on its hind legs and has a small nose and a big eye. Its body is covered in scales and it has small arms with three fingers on each hand. Its feet have three toes with sharp claws.
Apply green, brown, or gray colors, or maybe you want to make it more playful and colorful with yellow, orange, or red colors.
You can also add some details to the background, such as stars, hearts, or rainbows.
For this velociraptor printable we have a happy looking dinosaur. Maybe he just spotted something he can have for dinner?
I would use some bright reds and yellows as the main colors for this velociraptor coloring page to compliment the fact that he’s looking so happy.
After some more stylistic backgrounds, we have a dinosaur running around in a more natural looking grass setting for this velociraptor coloring page for kids.
You could go for some greens for a really cool looking background, or you could show off what wild and crazy colors you think prehistoric vegetation and plants may have had for this velociraptor printable.
Who’s to say there weren’t blue, yellow and red kinds of grasses in this very different time? It’s up to you, and we look forward to seeing your interesting ideas of what this ancient time may have looked like.
This velociraptor coloring page features a baby velociraptor that is enjoying a nap. It is curled up on its hind legs and has its tail wrapped around its body.
It has a large head with a pointed snout and large eyes that are closed. Its body is covered in scales and its arms are tucked in front of its body.
Maybe you want to make it look like a real velociraptor with gray, brown, or green colors, or maybe you want to make it more soft and colorful with pastel colors.
This dino is guarding her eggs in this next velociraptor coloring sheet. The eggs would look really good with some vibrant color variations to really make them stand out!
There’s also room for a creatively colored background with the patterned rock behind this dino, so I bet this will be a very colorful velociraptor printable once you’ve finished with it!
This bold velociraptor is ready for thrilling expeditions! See it exploring with arms outstretched, sharp claws at the ready and mouth open wide in a curious roar.
It has sharp teeth and claws that can tear through its prey. Its body is covered in scales and its tail is curved.
Bring this velociraptor to life by coloring its scales in daring hues like fiery red, sunbeam yellow or midnight blue. Surround it with a landscape filled with challenges to overcome.
It’s a day out for this dino in our next free velociraptor coloring page.
The sky would look really nice with your favorite shade of blue, but you could also go with a beautiful orange to suggest dawn or dusk as well. How will you finish off this velociraptor printable?
There’s a volcano erupting in this more dramatic velociraptor coloring sheet. I think using your brightest reds and oranges for the lava erupting from the volcano would look really striking.
Maybe you could use some acrylic paints in thick layers to make the lava really pop with color.
Contrasting this with crayons or colored pencils for the dinosaur itself would make for a very interesting image for this velociraptor printable, don’t you think?
Our final image in our collection of free velociraptor coloring pages for kids shows a dino hanging out by a very strange looking prehistoric tree.
I bet the tree would look very cool with colors you wouldn’t normally expect to see on a tree, and if you’re feeling extra creative maybe you could draw some weird and colorful leaves onto the branches to really make this an interesting prehistoric image.
This velociraptor coloring page features a chubby and funny velociraptor that is having a good laugh. It is standing on two legs with its head tilted back and its mouth wide open.
It has sharp teeth and claws, but it looks more silly than scary. Its body is covered in scales and its tail is curved.
You can use crayons, colored pencils, markers, or paints to fill in the dinosaur with any colors you like.
Velociraptor Coloring Pages – Which will you choose?
We hope you had a lot of fun coloring in this series of free velociraptor coloring pages! All of our printable art and coloring pages are completely free for you to print and color, so if you want to try out some different mediums and techniques, you could print out multiple copies of your favorites and have fun experimenting!
Using paints and brightly colored pens can really add a lot of interesting variety and texture to an image, so if you have some you can try incorporating them with your crayons and coloring pencils for a dynamic look.
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