one stands out from the herd of adult coloring books by being
wonderfully different. No flowers or mandalas in here; instead
discover a book full of drawings inspired by Aboriginal art.
A page about this ancient and living tradition would have
been a good touch, but as it is, colorists might be inspired
to look for more information on this rarely featured art.
There are over a hundred designs to color in this book, printed
on one side only so you have a wide choice of what to bring
them to life with. There are patterns, stylized animals, masks,
figures and more drawn with smooth black lines, no computer
enlargement fuzziness here. Also include are several pre-colored
pages at the front to inspire your color choices. Ms. Brown
has wisely chosen earth tones which look just perfect, and
depending on how much time you have, there are large and small
images, a good touch. Top marks to Search Press for an imaginative
choice of theme for this book (and for their choice of paper).
If you cannot find a good range of coloring materials locally
for a list of suppliers.
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