by Global Doodle Gems, Alfred E Villanueva
Published by Global Doodle Gems on June 14th 2016
Style: single page illustrations
Format: Glue Binding, Soft cover
Human iMorph contains 25 full page illustrations and 5 collage style illustrations to color. The style is very detailed and complex and would keep a keen colorist amused for hours.
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Human iMorph Coloring Book
Human iMorph is illustrated by Alfred E Villanueva and published by Global Doodle Gems. This book is part of Alfred’s Sketchbook series. The book provides colorists with different illustrations featuring concept art. The artist describes Human iMorph as “creating portraits of a human form and combined with other elements that are inspired from a single concept that is created from the artist imagination and art style”.
This coloring book is divided into 5 chapters each featuring a different style of “morphing” being : Wing Series – inspired from birds and feathers, Blossom series – inspired from flowers, Mechanica series – inspired from futuristic steampunk, Serena series – inspired from sea creatures and mermaids and the Leon series – inspired from the lion.
Cover & Layout
Human iMoroph has a glossy white soft cover which has gold printing (not foil) highlights. The back cover features a replica of the front illustration but in gold printed line work. The book measures 28cm x 21.5 cm (11 in x 8.5 approximately).
The cover has been reproduced as the title page in the book. An elaborate morph of woman and blossom has been used as a nameplate page.
The illustrations have been printed on single sided white paper. The paper is trade stock quality and you would need to put a few pieces of paper behind the page you are working on if you are using markers.
There are 30 illustrations in the book in total to color in. At the commencement of each chapter a collage of the 5 coloring pages in the series is provided. This would be an extremely fiddly and detailed page to color if you were brave enough to tackle it.
Each series has 5 illustrations representing it. The illustrations have all been well centered on the page and away from the spine of the book.
The artist has used a crisp black outline for his work which makes it easy to see. The line weight varies betwen fine and medium point.
The illustrations fill the bulk of the page and contain a lot of fine detail. Although, there are some parts of images that have larger spaces making it easy for all colorists. Oveall, this is a book for those colorists that love the c hallenge of small details and visually and physically have no obstacles completing these pictures.
The artist has called his style of morphing images viWorksART and the style is consistent throughout the whole of the book.
At the end of the book there are some blank pages that you could use as a blotter or to test your mediums on.
Human iMorph Coloring Book Video Review
Enjoy the video review of Human iMorph Coloring book featuring the art of Alfred E Villanueva:
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