Because of the dry atmosphere of Egypt, a lot of what has been regained in ancient Egyptian artwork has been in excellent condition. The colors and pictures are still visible and bright now after thousands of years.
Colors were used to symbolize certain meanings. Green and blue were used to demonstrate the Nile River, the source of life. Red was used in ancient Egyptian artwork to demonstrate vitality, power, and strength. Yellow was used to honor or represent the sun god. Animals were also significant and were very common in ancient Egyptian artwork.
Drawing pictures are now made available on the internet and can be used for coloring purpose. Simple Guidelines is to be followed for downloading these drawing pages from various sites on the internet and taking a print out of them. Nice paper quality is suggested for getting out the print outs which can help in smooth drawing.
Gods who were more significant were shown larger than less important Gods and Goddesses, and artwork showing the pharaohs would depict them as larger than the rest of the components in the piece. Religion played a large part in the creation of ancient Egyptian art, and that is why Gods and goddesses were commonly represented in the artwork. Pharaohs were also thought of as Godlike or divine so that they were common in ancient Egyptian artwork.