Manga Colouring

Check out our fantastic collection of online and downloadable colouring sheets!

Cool activities for you to print out and enjoy from Junko Mizuno, Inko and Chie Kutsuwada!

And check out our LICAF online comic colouring for web browsers and tablets!

Special thanks to Junko Mizuno, Inko and Chie Kutsuwada!

Happy colouring! And please share with us on Twitter @comicartfest and Instagram @lakesinternationalcomics



Introducing our new online colouring with artwork from LICAF 2019 by Junko Mizuno!

Suitable for desktop and android devices, this will also work on iPad but may take a bit of time to load on some older models. There’s a zoom slider top right and a switch so you can colour by numbers.

Junko Mizuno

Festival guest in 2014 & 2019

Having grown up in Tokyo, Junko Mizuno is a self- taught artist recognized for her unique visual iconography of powerful and often sexy women.
Much of Junko’s art is based on Japanese pop culture from ‘70s and ‘80s with inspiration stemming from fetish, folk, religious, psychedelic, pin-up and advertising art, alongside vintage toys, fashion, comic, food, nature, movies, TV shows, video games.

Inko Ai Takita

Inko Ai Takita, also known just as Inko, is a UK based Japanese manga artist / illustrator. Her visual works often imply crossovers of modern & traditional Eastern and Western cultures were built from her studies at Kyoto Zokei University of Art and Design in Japan and Central Saint Martins College of Art and Design in the UK.

Chie Kutsuwada

Chie Kutsuwada was born and brought up in Japan. After graduating Royal College of Art, now she lives and works in Brighton as a manga artist. She also attends some manga-related events and runs manga workshops at schools, libraries, and museums around UK, such as British Libraries and Victoria and Albert Museum.