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Does your child love watching the “Lilo and Stitch” series, and are you looking for some productive ways to let him express his love for “Lilo and Stitch”? Have you been scouring the internet for some Lilo and Stitch coloring pages for your little fan? If you said yes, then you should consider reading our post!
The Academy Award nominated animated movie Lilo and Stitch have been a kids’ favorite for ages. The movie became an instant hit, and its popularity led to an academy award nomination in 2002. The story centers on Dr. Jumna Jookiba, an extra-terrestrial scientist who creates creatures that cause destruction and chaos. Experiment 626 or “Stitch” is one of his creations.
Find out more about the movie; scroll down to go through our compilation of Lilo and Stitch printable coloring pages below!
10 Lilo And Stitch Coloring Pages
1. Lilo And Stitch:
The coloring page features the adorable pair- Lilo and Stitch. Lilo and Stitch share an emotional, loving relationship. Lilo is the only character who likes Stitch with all her heart and soul. She, with the help of Lilo and Nani, does everything to keep Stitch safe from Jumba and his allies.
Lilo is the deuteragonist of the film “Lilo and Stitch” and its television series and film sequels. She is a young, orphan girl living in Hawaii with her elder sister. She is a highly spirited and eccentric, especially in the light of her parents’ death. She is also disobedient and sensitive. She cries easily when something bad happens with her near and dear ones or when she hurts herself. Lilo’s hobbies include talking about creatures from sci-fi movies and taking photos of obese people. Lilo has straight, black hair and brown eyes. She mostly appears wearing a muumuu and sandals.
Experiment 626, better called Stitch, is alien created by Dr. Jumba Jookiba. He is the protagonist of the film. The stitch is a character that is unlikable to most of the people, except Lilo, primarily because of his temperament and destructive nature. People who are averse to Stitch call him deformed and ugly and people who love him call him fluffy and cute. Stitch is a blue alien standing around three feet tall. He resembles a koala and a French bulldog. He has big, black eyes, a short tail and a tuft of hair on his head.
4. Captain Gunto:
Here is a Lilo and Stitch coloring page of the strange looking character, Captain Gunto. He is the captain of the Galactic Federation and serves as the second-in-command to the Grand Councilwoman. He is the main antagonist of the film “Lilo and the Stitch”. Captain Gunto is a strict, no-nonsense soldier and holds no sympathy towards fugitives and criminals. Captain Gunto is a giant alien, resembling a gray shark. He appears wearing a black spacesuit consisting of a tank shirt and trousers.
5. Jumbo Jookiba:
Dr. Juba Jookiba is the antagonist of the film. He is the self-proclaimed evil genius and is one who creates Stitch, or Experiment 626. Later, Jumba reforms and joins forces with Lilo and Stitch, making him one of the central characters or the remaining of the franchise. Jumba is the native of planet Kweltikwan, where he created a series of illegal genetic experiments. Banished from his planet, Jumba Jookiba bought his laboratory, where he created some more experiments along with his former colleague Dr. Hamsterviel.
This coloring page shows David Kawena surfing. David Kawena is one of the tritagonist of the film. He is Nani’s boyfriend and a good friend of Lilo. David is a great surfer, as you can make out from the coloring image. He is a kind and good-natured fellow but is slightly clumsy. He is a very loyal friend to Lilo, Nani, and Stitch. In fact, he takes Lilo as his little sister. He may not be the smartest guy but makes up for his clumsiness with his compassion and loyalty. David is a slender man with black hair, tanned skin, and brown eyes.
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Another Lilo and Stitch coloring sheet of Leroy, an illegal genetic experiment of Jumba Jookiba. He is the secondary antagonist of the sequel “Leroy and Stitch”. Leroy is Hamsterviel’s henchman. He designed Leroy to obtain Stitch’s powers and disguise himself as Stitch by changing his fur’s color from red to blue. Leroy is a rude, conceited, intelligent, small-minded and mean character. He is also a sadist, cruel and a disgusting slob. Leroy is an exact duplicate of Stitch appearance wise, but with a rougher fur, black claws, mahogany nose, and antennae.
8. Nani Pelekai:
Nani Pelekai is the tritagonist of the film. She is the older sister and legal guardian of Lilo. Nani has to work hard to support herself and her sister, which often leaves her busy and stressed. Her intense schedule interferes with her relations with David and her sister. Despite their rocky relationship, Lilo and Nani care deeply for each other. And you’ll see this strong bond throughout the series. As a person, Nani is a very kind and mature individual. But she is quite temperamental. Jumba says that her wrath is scarier than Hamsterviel’s. And we think it’s justified, considering how Stitch and Lilo disobey her.
Agent Pleakley is another antagonist of the film. He later evolved into the supporting protagonist for the remaining of the series. Pleakley had to become Jumba Jookiba’s partner to assist him in capturing Stitch. This one-eyed alien belongs to the Plorgonar planet and is a former member of the Galactic Federation. He serves as an “Earth Expert” there, and people have high regards for him. Pleakley is a thin, lime-green alien who always appears in his blue and golden “agent” uniform. You will also see him wearing a brown, feminine wig on his head at times.
The Lilo and Stitch coloring page shows Jumba trying out one of his experiments. The experiments are Stitch’s genetically engineered creatures created by Jumba Jookiba. Prior to the events in the film, every experiment created by Jumba was dehydrated into an experiment pod. These experiments reactivate upon contact with water.
You can let your child use the color of this choice for these Lilo and Stitch coloring sheets. He does not have to stick to the characteristic colors of these people. Warm and bright colors will look the best. Who does your kid like more? Lilo or Stitch? Tell us below.