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Need something new and creative to do while practicing social distancing? Download your free coloring book from Vault Comics today and show off your hidden artistic talents in Vault Color Up.

Designed by Tim Daniel, the 22-page book comes in two different PDF formats: a low-resolution version that fans can print at home and color using markers, pencils, crayons, and more, and a high-resolution version to import into digital design programs like Adobe Photoshop or Illustrator.

“Young or old, hobbyist or professional–almost everyone loves the opportunity to color,” said Daniel. “Vault books are perfectly suited to provide the opportunity for anyone and everyone to flex their creative muscles while enjoying a relaxing exercise filled with escapism. We’ve seen other notable professional artists like Jen Bartel and Joshua Hixson offer their art on social media for this purpose. We found their wildly successful efforts to be very inspiring. What they did demonstrates the value of building a sense of community while filing the temporary vacuum created by the current shipping hiatus. All that, plus we’ve fielded requests for this from both creators and readers since our inception! So this is not the last of Vault Color Up! We’ll be back regularly with company-spanning and title-specific collections–for free!”

Don’t be shy about your finished product. Vault is asking fans to post their final colored pieces on social media using the hashtag #vaultcolorup!

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Vault Color Up is available now. Download from the Vault Comics web store by clicking here. Take a look at some sample pages below.

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