Format: Card cover
Colouring Book For Adults – Colour Therapy – Adult Coloring Book Review
This is one of the first Colouring Book For Adults that I purchased in my “coloring career”. I was attracted to the partially colored image on the front cover as it gave me inspiration of how to color the designs.
Inside this book you will find that on every page is a colored version of the line work. On the facing page you will find the line work. This is great for people, like me, who are uncertain of color selection as it gives you some ideas and inspiration to do your own work.
The art work consists of doodle, abstract type images. Although the book is silent on the subject, I believe the images are digital versions. I am not saying that there is anything bad about digital artwork by the way, just that I personally place a higher value on hand drawn work.
You will find that the illustrations are printed on thick white paper. The paper is not cardstock but it is better paper than some coloring books I own. The paper is also perforated for easy removal. One of the things that I like about this book, is that you can use the colored images if you do not want to color in the facing image. they would make great bookmarks, frame them or use them to wrap a small item.
Enjoy the flip through of Colouring Books for Adults – Colour Therapy:
Happy coloring x