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Art of Coloring Star Wars: 100 Images to Inspire Creativity and Relaxation Hardcover – Illustrated, November 10, 2015
"The Fifth Doll" by Charlie N. Holmberg
The Wall Street Journal bestselling author of The Paper Magician Series transports readers to a darkly whimsical world where strange magic threatens a quiet village. | Learn more
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- Hardcover : 128 pages
- ISBN-10 : 1484757386
- ISBN-13 : 978-1484757383
- Product Dimensions : 8.25 x 0.75 x 11.75 inches
- Publisher : Disney Editions; Illustrated Edition (November 10, 2015)
- Item Weight : 1.84 pounds
- Language: : English
- Best Sellers Rank: #21,344 in Books (See Top 100 in Books)
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Rather than discuss how this is like or different from the various movies other than to note that images have been used from all six episodes thus far, I will discuss only how I feel about it as an adult coloring book.
The book is filled with portrait studies of various character and a lot of kaleidoscope style mandalas. The mandalas generally have a single repeating element from movies (robots, ships, weapons, etc.) What I found missing and would have liked would have been some stand-alone studies of the Death Star and the Millennium Falcon and other ships and vehicles. While I missed those, it doesn't detract from the overall large selection of Star Wars designs to choose from. My favorite characters were all well represented and as I enjoy coloring mandalas, I will have a lot of fun with those, too. The designs range from simple and open (especially many of the mandalas) to complex with intricate design elements (character portraits, especially.) This presents a nice range for me to color depending on the mood I am in that day.
The book has a nice heavyweight cardboard cover (front and back) which makes for a great solid surface to color on. The designs are printed on both sides of the page and the paper is not perforated. The binding is sewn rather than glued, so removing it takes only a few snips with a small scissor on a few pages.
There are only four designs which span across two pages. The rest of the designs are all single page with lots of room around the edges so that nothing is lost in the binding. The four two page designs are wallpaper style of repeating patterns and each is dedicated to a single subject: Yoda, R2-D2, C-3PO, Boba Fett, and finally, various ships in the midst of a battle. I think these are really cool designs though they don't line up very well in my particular book. When there are too many of these two-page designs with too much loss of image, I detract a point from my rating. That is not the case with this book – there are so few that it is really insignificant.
All of my markers bleed-through on this paper thought my Staedler triplus fineliners fared the best with more of a shadow image on the back of the page. I could still identify the color, so it merely bled less than the others. My gel pens worked fine and my coloring pencils worked fantastic – very smooth and creamy on this paper.
Amazon is asking me about the authors writing... It's a coloring book. ✔Great
Amazon asking me "Is there violence?" ... Ummm, I haven't looked through all of the pages. It is Star Wars, I'm sure there is a lightsaber duel somewhere in there. Is that violence or action? Storm Troopers shooting and not hitting their targets... is that attempted violence?
Asking me "Is there sexual content?" ... I guess that depends on how you color it. You could make Jedi robes transparent. Just depends on your motivation and imagination... are Yoda's nips dark green or maybe dark brown?
"How is the story narrated?" ... "With the voice in my head" isn't one of the options to choose.