Colored drawings” are using all kinds of colors and paints to draw the flower textures, patterns and figures along with their stories on the visible session of the beams, douhong (the assisting components of the pillar) and sandalwood pillars. Technically, there are 2-D colored drawings, ink painting and gold-foil covering. Most 2-d colored drawing are very colorful, emphasizing the plane effects, such as the door gods; ink painting is very close to the conception of the Chinese traditional painting, emphasizing the esthetic sensibilities of the ink tones, such as, wall surfaces and beams; gold-foil covering is the most advanced, expensive technique that requires high technology, including gold sweeping (dripping gold powder), gold-foil covering, gold-foil pestling and gold-foil applying; thus, using them to create the atmosphere of the rich family’s wealth and social positions. Ink painting is very close to the conception of the Chinese traditional painting, emphasizing the esthetic sensibilities of the ink tones, glowing with literati’s’ grain. The colored painted on the right wall inside of the living room of Li Teng-Fang Historical Residence Regarding colored-drawing techniques were classified into the southern and northern styles; Tweiyun was the technique used in the south and what it did was using the same color in different tones to present the faintly dyeing effect. The big beam on the veranda at the front palace of Jingfu Temple, Taoyuan Regarding colored-drawing techniques were classified into the southern and northern styles; Jianse was the technique used in the north and what it did was presenting the same color from darker tones to lighter tones. The colored drawing on the door lintel of the monumental archway at Jingfu Temple, Taoyuan The gold sweeping (dripping gold powder) possesses half-relief effect and it is mostly used on the drawing for the door gods, and it feels more three-dimensional. The gold-touching pillar at the grand palace of Jingfu Temple, Taoyuan The craftsmanship of the gold-foil pestling is very detailed and the steps are very numerous and complicated to follow; it also requires a great amount of gold foil and the result is just so delicate, elegant, ablaze and brilliant. The colored drawing on the pillar lintel of the main room at Jhaocun Hall at Lyu’s Residence This was what the Taiwanese colored-drawing artisans were good at, selecting clam shells and they cut them into irregular shapes with sharp knives and used the method of grinding, touching and dipping to decorate so as to illustrate their brightness and preciousness. The deity shrine in the main room of Jhaocun Hall at Lyu’s Residence Paste the gold foil with the size like an inch on the colored-drawing patterns, showing a gorgeous effect. The inscribed board on the central door of Martyrs’ shrine, Taoyuan