Coco Coloring Pages
Coco Coloring Pages – Free to Print and Color
Coco coloring pages can be a great activity for children and adults who enjoy coloring and are fans of the Disney/Pixar animated movie, “Coco.” Coloring pages featuring characters and scenes from the movie can provide a fun and engaging way to explore creativity and artistic skills while also promoting fine motor skills, hand-eye coordination, and cognitive development in children. “Coco” is a popular movie that has captured the hearts of audiences of all ages with its beautiful animation, heartwarming story, and memorable characters. Whether you are a fan of “Coco” or just enjoy coloring, “Coco” coloring pages can be a great way to spend time and create art.
Dante is a Xoloitzcuintle dog breed from the movie Coco. This breed is also known as Mexican Hairless dog, which is native to Mexico. The breed is characterized by their hairless body, long legs, and almond-shaped eyes. They are intelligent, loyal, and make great family pets. In the movie, Dante is depicted as a fun-loving and loyal companion to the main character, Miguel.
Free Printable Coco Coloring Pages
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The ability to transform from sea monster to human not only opens the door to Luca’s life-changing adventure—it serves as subtle explanation. “It’s an adaptation—like camouflage,” says director Enrico Casarosa. “It explains why sea monsters haven’t been noticed in this world for centuries.”
According to character supervisor Beth Albright, the transformation had to be both physical and—at times—emotional. “Enrico really wanted the transformation to be something that’s happening to the character, rather than a suit that slides on or off of them,” she says. “It had to be internal—something that the character would react to—but nothing that felt creepy. We opted for a transformation that would ripple through the body.”
Disney Coco Characters
Miguel Coloring Pages
Miguel is a 12-year-old who struggles against his family’s generations-old ban on music. “Miguel secretly nurtures this love of music,” says director Lee Unkrich. “He’s constructed a guitar and designed it to mimic Ernesto’s iconic skull guitar. And he’s taught himself to play.”
Héctor Coloring Pages
Héctor, a charming trickster in the Land of the Dead, enlists Miguel’s help to visit the Land of the Living. “He desperately wants to cross the marigold bridge on Día de los Muertos,” says co-director Adrian Molina. “But there’s a rule that if no one in the Land of the Living is actively remembering you—if no one has put your photo up on an Ofrenda—then there’s no one in the Land of the Living to receive you and you cannot cross over.”
Dante Coloring Pages
Dante is a Xolo dog—short for Xoloitzcuintli—the national dog of Mexico. Nearly hairless, Dante has trouble keeping his tongue in his mouth due to his missing teeth—but he’s a loyal companion to Miguel. “Dante is Miguel’s confidant, the only character he shares his music with,” says screenwriter Matthew Aldrich.
Ernesto de la Cruz Coloring Pages
Miguel’s idol Ernesto de la Cruz, is the most famous musician in the history of Mexico. Revered by fans worldwide until his untimely death, the charming and charismatic musician is even more beloved in the Land of the Dead. “Ernesto de la Cruz’s catchphrase was ‘Seize your moment,’” says director Lee Unkrich. “And Miguel takes that to heart.”
Abuelita Coloring Pages
Abuelita is Miguel’s grandmother and the ultimate enforcer of the Rivera family rules. She loves her family very much and will do anything to protect them. But when she gets angry, she wields a mean shoe. “Abuelita is the torchbearer when it comes to the family’s rule where music is concerned,” says director Lee Unkrich. “She can be warm and loving one moment and sharp-tongued and strict the next. That’s what’s so entertaining about her—you never know what you’re going to get.”
Pepita Coloring Pages
Pepita is an alebrije who fills the role of Mamá Imelda’s spirit guide. Brightly colored and fiercely loyal, Pepita is a formidable presence in the Land of the Dead. An imposing wildcat with eagle talons and impressive wings, Pepita is an alebrije brought-to-life. “Alebrijes are traditional brightly colored and handcrafted Mexican folk art,” says story supervisor Jason Katz. “They’re dreamlike animals—lizards with rabbit ears, elephants with butterfly wings—beautifully rendered with striking colors, and we knew from the moment we saw them that they needed to have a place in our story.”
Mamá Imelda Coloring Pages
Mamá Imelda, Miguel’s great-great-grandmother, is the matriarch of the Rivera family and the founder of their successful shoemaking business. Miguel meets Mamá Imelda in the Land of the Dead and discovers she really does not share his passion for music. “Imelda is the source of the family’s ban on music,” says director Lee Unkrich. “Long ago, she was married to a musician, but she found that he had very different priorities in life. She wanted to raise a family, but he couldn’t let go of his love of music.”
Frida Coloring Pages
Frida, a ground breaking artistic figure in Mexican culture, continues her expressive vision in the Land Of The Dead and is one of Miguel’s first artistic allies, helping him to see that a life of an artist could actually be more than just a dream.
Mamá Coco Coloring Pages
Miguel’s cherished great-grandmother Mamá Coco is very old and fragile, but that doesn’t stop Miguel from sharing his daily adventures with her. According to Director Lee Unkrich, filmmakers were touched by so many of the Mexican homes they visited in which multiple generations lived under the same roof. “Babies were at home alongside their great-grandmothers,” says Unkrich. “We wanted to embrace that. Even as her own memory is slipping away, Mamá Coco will always be surrounded by people who love her.”