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Color Happy: An Adult Coloring Book of Removable Wall Art Prints (Inspirational Coloring, Journaling and Creative Lettering) Paperback – July 26, 2016
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About the Author
Artist and illustrator Lindsay Hopkins has been drawing and creating since childhood. She has a love for color and hopes to encourage and inspire others through her creativity. Lindsay began her creative career in 2009 with custom painted canvases and nursery art. As she grew artistically Lindsay discovered new mediums and began illustrating. Her online shop, Pen & Paint, opened in 2012. Lindsay works out of her bright home studio in South Georgia creating inspirational art prints and stationery, along with other items featuring her artwork.[pen-and-paint.com]
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The designs in this book are more general in nature than are the ones in her first book. The book is filled with inspirational great messages to bolster your day. The designs are by Lindsay Hopkins also know as Pen + Paint. The designs are easy and fun to color. For the larger size designs, any form of coloring medium works well. For the smaller, sized down designs, it might be necessary to use ultra-fine tip markers, pens, and sharp pointed pencils for some of the elements.
I like to do this type of design while I am working on a larger, more intense project. I find stopping and coloring a fun, inspirational, and quick project helps rejuvenate me if I have gotten bogged down in the bigger project. I also like to do this type of design to give away. That these pages can now be easily removed and framed makes it that much easier.
This is what I found while coloring in this book and testing the paper with my coloring medium. In the comments section below, I will include a list of the coloring medium that I used for testing this book and which I usually use for most of my coloring as well.
30 Full Page and 14 smaller inspirational message designs by Lindsay Hopkins. The smaller designs are on a perforated page; however, you will need to cut the two apart for separate use (cutting line is included.)
Printed on one side of medium weight, white, slightly rough perforated paper
Designs do not merge into the binding area
Alcohol-based markers bleed through the paper.
Water-based markers left shadows of color on the back of the page
Gel pens and India ink pens left indistinct shadows on the back of the page
Coloring pencils work well with the paper. I tested both oil and wax based pencils. I was able to get good pigment, layer the same color to intensify the color, layer multiple colors and blend easily using using a pencil style blending stick.
If I use alcohol-based markers in this book, I will either remove the page or use a blotter page of card stock or a couple of pages of heavyweight paper below my working page to protect the pages below.
I was provided a free copy of this coloring book for test and review purposes.
- The perforated pages are slightly different size... they are 8 x 10 so they're easily if framable if you'd like to
- Pages are one sided which I highly prefer
- Cute designs and sayings. Enough to give variety
- Same designs are in the back of the book as 5 x 7 cut outs.
- Takes my gel pens well without any bleeding or smearing
- The book itself opens up pretty flat
I'll definitely be checking out other coloring books from this publisher in the future.