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Symphony of Cute Animals Colouring Book Review

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by Kanoko Egusa
Style: double page printing, Paper: medium quality
Pages: 88
Format: Dust Jacket, Express Bullet Point Review
four-half-stars
Symphony of Cute Animals Colouring Book Review

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Symphony of Cute Animals Colouring Book Features

If you would like to see an extended review, with further commentary and testing of Prismacolor, Faber Castell Polychromos, Faber Castell Classics, and Inktense pencils then check out the extended review of Symphony of Cute Animals here.

  • the coloring book is a compact size and smaller than the artist’s previous books – Rhapsody in the Forest and Menuet de bonheur
  • a colored and textured dust jacket, with fold-out flaps, protects the book
  • illustrations have been printed on both sides of the white, smooth, medium quality paper
  • a very sturdy binding has been used for this book.  I believe the book is glue-bound as well as having hidden stitching (but cannot confirm that from inspection).
  • dull black line art has been used, varying in weight from fine to medium
  • the theme of the book is consistent with cute animals on each page including bears, cats, rabbits, birds, frogs, and monkeys
  • in addition to cute animals, there is a great variety of flowers and nature scenes to color
  • illustrations have varying levels of complexity
  • some illustrations have white space to add a background if you wish
  • some double-page scenes
  • the compact size makes the book ideal for travel or commuting
  • the book also contains 6 postcards, 3 small message cards, and 3 ornaments to cut out and color.    The little extras have been printed on a medium, white cardstock

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Happy coloring x

Lea

four-half-stars

About Kanoko Egusa

Kanoko Egusa is a Japanese designer and illustrator. Her first coloring book for adults, Rhapsody in the Forest enchanted us with delightful animals dressed up. Her work is whimsical and sweet while being very detailed and realistic.

About the author

coloringqueen

I'm Lea and I love everything to do with coloring! If it is a coloring book, a poster or even a bookmark that you can color in, I'm all over it. Of course, a girl has to have some pencils, markers, gelly rolls, pastels and what not to make those pictures pretty and I love those as well.

Whilst my coloring style lacks skill, I am enthusiastic and focused on enjoying the moment and having fun.

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