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Anime Doodle Girls: Coloring Book (Volume 2) Paperback – September 8, 2016
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The designs are really cute and have a number of characters based on fairy tales, myths, or associated with specific countries or times. The designs are easily colored without a lot of intricate detail. They have framing lines which I really appreciate for a natural stopping point while I am coloring. There are considerable “doodle” elements included which allows you to use a wide variety of colors in the design if you so choose.
There are 29 designs in the book including the design on the title page. In addition, the artist has included several bonus pages from her other coloring books. It is a fun way to try out her different styles before investing in a new book.
This is what I found while coloring in this book and testing the pages with my coloring medium:
29 Animal Doodle style girl designs with bonus pages from other coloring books.
Printed one side of the page
Paper is type of CreateSpace paper: thin, white, slightly rough, and non-perforated.
Designs do not merge into the binding and designs have a framing line at the outer edge.
Alcohol-based markers bleed through the paper
Water-based markers bleed through in spots
Gel pens and India ink pens leave colorful shadows on the back of the page. India ink pens can seep through in spots if used heavily or in multiple coats.
Colored pencils worked nicely with this thin but slightly rough paper. I tested both oil and wax based pencils and got good color with multiple layers of the same color, good results from layers of different colors and nice blending results using a blending stick. Hard lead pencils easily dent through the page and can damage the page below.
I suggest using a blotter page of card stock or a couple of sheets of heavier weight paper under your working page. It can keep seeping ink and marring dents from ruining the pages below.
Here are a few of the pictures from this book that I have completed already.
And I love it.
Brilliant scenes that makes the imagination runs wild.
Love the anime style girls with the big eyes and all the fantastic details added to each picture