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The Art of Nature Coloring Book: 60 Illustrations Inspired by Vintage Botanical and Scientific Prints Paperback – October 18, 2013
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I noticed that some people complained about the light lines, so I have a few bits of advice:
- With darker colors, take your colored pencil, apply pressure to darken (burnish) the color pigment that lays on the paper and trace along the grey lines (for example, in the lemon drawing, press harder with a green pencil on the leaf lines).
- Then, you may lightly go over the rest of the area in that color. Try using a colorless blender (which is essentially a pencil without pigment, just wax/oil) to smooth it out. This may lighten the color slightly, so layer over it again with your colored pencil. Doing this helps diminish the "grainy look".
If your finished piece is something you want to display, don't forget to spray it with a workable fixatif to prevent any smudging.
Personally I loved the octopus and seahorse pages the most, but they were all beautiful.