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Call Of Duty Coloring Pages (Free PDF Printables)

Lock and load your coloring pencils for an epic artistic mission with these 20 Call of Duty Coloring pages that are free to download and print! With these sheets, you can dive into the thrilling world of Call of Duty, a game that has gripped millions with its action-packed battles and iconic characters.

For this series, you will find many COD illustrations that span many games across the franchise and popular characters. These include characters from the Call Of Duty Modern Warfare series, Call Of Duty Black Ops series, Lieutenant Simon “Ghost” Riley, plus many others that you can see below!

To start coloring, click on any of the below images or links to open the free PDF. Once opened, you can then download or print as many pages as you like.

All of the below pages are on US letter-sized paper, but they also scale perfectly onto A4 paper too! Happy coloring!

10 Craft Ideas To Do With Call Of Duty Coloring Pages

Call Of Duty is an exciting video game, so it’s not surprising that children love these kinds of coloring pages.

Here are ten terrific, affordable, and fun crafts to do with the finished pages.

1. Make a Decorative Storage Box

If your youngster has toy soldiers, they’re probably kept in anything from an ordinary shoebox to a fancy container, and Call of Duty coloring pages can be used to decorate it. 

Decorating the box decal-style will ensure the most fun, but the main thing is simply letting the youngster’s imagination run wild.

Don’t forget to decorate the inside too. Seal the work with contact paper, and it will last for years!

2. Create a Dynamic Combat Scene

This easy group craft is perfect for youngsters of all ages. Start by having the children cut out the characters from the finished Call of Duty coloring pages.

On a large sheet of craft paper, the youngsters can work together to create a background scene.

The characters from the pages can then be placed at strategic points to create a realistic-looking combat scene to display on any wall.

3. Make a Task Force Medal

The Task Force medal is an iconic item from the Call of Duty video game, so why not make one from a coloring page?

Start by tracing and cutting out a simple circle from thick cardboard. On one side, the youngster can draw or trace the Task Force 141 emblem and color it in.

The other side can feature the character from the coloring page once it‘s finished and trimmed to size. 

Seal the medal in contact paper, punch a hole for some yarn or string, and the child has a great Task Force medal to wear!

4. A Fun Measuring Tool

Most children have their height measured from time to time, and it’s always exciting. Make it extra fun with a homemade marker made from a Call of Duty coloring page. 

Choose a page featuring a character with a magazine of ammunition around his neck. The size of the bullets is perfect for writing in measurements.

When the page is finished, and the measurements are written into the spaces inside the bullets, the page can be hung at the appropriate height on a door or the refrigerator.

Kids will love having their height measured with this fun, homemade marker.

5. Call of Duty Camouflage

To begin this fun craft, have the youngster draw a simple cave, shed, or other structure in which a soldier might hide.

It should be carefully cut in half and set aside. When the coloring page character is finished, carefully cut it from the page and laminate it onto a blank piece of cardstock.

The first drawing should then be cut in half vertically and placed over the Call of Duty character. 

Attach the bottom edges of the drawing to the bottom of the cardstock with paper fasteners. When they are pulled apart, the soldier emerges as if coming out of hiding!

6. Decorate a Toy Gun

Youngsters who like Call of Duty often have toy guns to act out the scenes when playing.

If your child has such a toy, it can be decorated with characters from the finished coloring pages. 

The pages can be used in their entirety, cut into strips or other shapes as the child desires, or attached in decal style. Invisible glue works best for this fun craft!

7. A Fun Way to Keep Score

If your children play Call of Duty, this craft will give them a fun way to keep score.

Children who regularly play the game should color and cut out the character of their choice and attach it to the left side of a large poster board.

Underneath, the youngster should write his or her name. Using a ruler, a line can be drawn across the edge of the poster, under which to write the days of the week.

Each child can then write in his or her daily score as a fun way to keep track.

8. Comical Nuketown Sign

Nuketown Zombies is a fun part of Black Ops II, and Call of Duty fans will love making this comical sign.

Give the child a piece of cardboard cut into the shape of a sign, such as a stop sign or a simple rectangle.

Characters from the finished coloring pages should be glued to either side, and the child can use stencils, puffy paint, or magic markers to write, “Welcome to Nuketown.”

The sign can be hung on his or her bedroom door for lots of laughs!

9. A Call of Duty Helmet

If your youngster has a toy helmet, Call of Duty coloring page characters can be used to give it some pizzazz.

The child can choose his or her favorite theme from the video game and color the appropriate pages. 

When the items are cut out, they should be applied to the helmet decal-style, making sure to decorate the front, back, and sides.

A few coats of acrylic spray will keep it nice for a long time. Don’t forget that an ordinary bicycle helmet can also be decorated this way!

 10. A Fun Figurine

For this fun craft, give the youngster an empty dish detergent bottle from which the label has been soaked off.

Let the youngster fill it with sand, beads, buttons, or anything colorful he or she desires.

The front and back can then be laminated with a character from the finished coloring page, and the child has a great Call of Duty figurine!

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