To create your own abstract coloring pages, use an ink pen to draw lines and shapes on a sheet of paper and color the resulting design with crayons, pens or colored pencils. You can also add journaling on the coloring page, or add elements such as stickers or metallic ink. By drawing a different abstract design on each page of a blank book, you can create your own coloring book.
Art blog Peony and Parakeet suggests beginning with a line that snakes back and forth horizontally across the page. Add vertical lines, abstract angles and shapes until you feel the design is finished and ready to color. This exercise is a good addition to an art journal or workbook.
When creating an abstract coloring page, consider the media you want to use to draw and color. For example, if you want to color the finished page with watercolors or other paints, choose paper that won't wrinkle and draw your design with waterproof ink. Other kinds of paper are more appropriate for media such as colored pencils or gel pens. Look for archival ink if you want your art to last a long time without smudging or fading. Good pens for drawing coloring page line art include Prismacolor Premier Illustration Markers, Sakura Pigma Micron Pens and Staedtler Pigment Liner Sketch Pens.