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Colouring Fantasy 2 - Colouring Book by Scot Howden (Volume 2) Paperback – October 20, 2016
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About the Author
Scot Howden is a contemporary artist from England. He lives and works in the beautiful Derbyshire Dales Peak District National Park. Scot is driven to be creative, loves to paint and is inspired by art and artists and the way they draw, paint and sculpt as a way to express ideas and emotions. He enjoys creating and painting fantasy and mythical pieces that enable him to be more creative with design and settings and lets him produce art that expresses and elicits feeling. Influences include nature, myths, books, film and art. Scot's work is popular among collectors from all over the world and can be found in a number of media including Fine Art Limited Edition Prints, clothing, calendars and greeting Cards.
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Top Customer Reviews
I'm really pleased to have a new coloring book by Scot Howden and hope to see more in the future. The women he draws have a delicate and feminine look that I really appreciate.
This is what I experienced while coloring in this book and testing my various coloring mediums on the paper:
24 Fantasy designs plus Title and Dedication page
1 page of thumbnail images with design titles (at the back of the book)
Printed on one side of the page
Paper is thin, white, slightly rough, and non-perforated – typical CreateSpace publishing paper
Designs do not merge into the binding with enough room to cut out pages if you choose to do so.
Book easily opens fairly flat for coloring
Alcohol-based markers rapidly 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 can leak through if you use multiple coats or apply heavily.
Colored pencils work well with the paper. It has good tooth being slightly rough. I can use both oil and wax based pencils with it and get good results in coloring, layering with the same or multiple colors and blending with a pencil style blending stick. Hard lead pencils dent through to the back of the page.
I use heavyweight paper or card stock as a blotter page under the page I am working on. It keeps seeping ink and dents from marring the pages below.