This is not an ordinary coloring book; you can often remove
the pages in those after coloring, but this time you do it
first! Each of the eight pictures in here is a large format
poster 19” x 30”. All are double sided, so you
need to decide whether you want the picture or a frame in
which to either draw or write. This latter option makes these
posters ideal for using as banners for birthdays or other
celebrations, and the size makes them suitable for group coloring.
The artist suggests that you can use anything to color them
in, but this depends on whether you want to color both sides
or only one. The paper is not suitable for watercolors if
you want to color both, and markers need to be waterbased
and a light rather than lingering touch. Most of the pictures
have heavy black outlines, suitable for large images which
are to be seen across a distance, but some are greyscale,
or have greyscale parts. There is a brief hint on how to color
these at the front, along with a tip on blending pencils.
The posters depict fantastic scenes featuring cats, sea creatures,
unicorns, flowers, faces and rainbows and can be as simple
or as complex to color as you wish, for there is room to add
your own doodles in the larger shapes as well as the blank
spaces. In short, this book is something different and a lot
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