Questions




1. "Can I use the materials (coloring pages, pictures, texts...) on this site for commercial purposes?"

No, you cannot. The material on this site can be used for private purposes, but you do not have the right to sell them / use them for marketing of any kind (including f. ex. advertising free events).

2. "How can I use the coloring pages on this site?"

You can print black and white images for your private use. That means that you can download and color them. You can also share the colored images on the social media if you like (look at the next question for more details).

If you are a teacher or work in a kindergarten, you may print the pictures for the children/your pupils to color. Be kind and leave the signature/web address on the image, and everything is all right.

You cannot use the images for commercial and/or advertising purposes. If you are uncertain whether you can use the material in certain situations, I'd encourage you to ask first before doing anything. You can contact me by sending an email to the address: anniina [ a t ] tutanota.com

3. "Can I share the black and white images that I have colored on the web?"

Yes, you can share the colored pages. Just keep the credits (that is, the signature/web address) that are already on the image. Do not claim that the line art is yours. It would be also appreciated if you gave a direct link to this page as well for others to see. It would be nice if people were able to find this page -- that way, they could also get to color these images!

4. "How can I get to color the black and white images?"

The instructions may depend on f. ex. your device, printer and browser. Therefore, these are not exact instructions but rather hints which may potentially help.

If you are in front of a computer:

1) There is a link in the description below the image. It will lead you to the high quality version of the image.
2) Click the download button on the Google Drive page.
3) You'll be asked to decide where the image will be saved. Alternatively, the browser will start to download the image automatically to your Downloads folder.
4 A) If you want to color the image by using traditional media (pencils and so on), you'll also need to print the picture. This can be done f. ex. by opening the downloaded image file. Click "File" and then "Print...". Follow the instructions, and you should soon have a printed image.
4 B) Alternatively, you can also color the image by using any kind of software meant for drawing.  
5) Enjoy the coloring session!

If you are using an iPad:

1) There is a link in the description below the image. It will lead you to the high quality version of the image.
2) Click the download button on the Google Drive page.
3) Go into the image library of your device. Tap onto the image you just downloaded.
4) There is an icon of an arrow getting out of a box (this can be found above the image). Tap it, and you'll see a list of different options. Choose "Print" out of them.
5) Follow the instructions, and you should soon have a printed image.
6) Enjoy the coloring session!

Alternatively, you can also color the image by using one of the many drawing apps.

5. "I have something else to ask..."

You can contact me by sending an e-mail: anniina [ a t ] tutanota.com.

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