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My Creative Bible KJV: Pink Hardcover Bible for Creative Journaling Imitation Leather – March 1, 2016
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The binding is superb. It's a sewn binding that lays open nicely. I do not like to see glued bindings on Bibles. The covers are nice and hefty as well. In shape, the bible is nearly square which I like and it's pretty thick which adds to the charm. The roses printed on the edges on the closed pages are especially beautiful.
The artwork is focused on the scripture and consists mostly of decorated quotations which is another thing I love about this Bible. It reminds me of the 'illuminations'(illustrations and decorated letters) of ancient bibles. It's a modern take but as I fill in the artwork what I will have is an illuminated Bible. I have already added artsy renderings of my own of favorite verses.
Colored pencils are perfect. The artwork is printed in dark gray as opposed to solid black which looks beautiful with colored pencil. I put card stock under the pages I'm working on. I hung onto the 'sleeve' that was around the back cover to use for this purpose.
I've gotten good results with Pigma Micron markers as long as I do not let the nib sit in one place and keep it moving and do not draw over marks I've already made. The Microns are best for hatch or line filling not 'coloring in'.
I ordered a few different types of media to use in this bible, and tested them on one if the front pages. First I used the highlighters made for bibles. They didn't bleed but since the pages are so thin, they were slightly visible in the back. I also tried Staedtler fineliners. Again, they did not bleed in the test area but we're visible on the other side. When I used them on the title page, it did show through a good bit in some places. I would highly recommend using color pencils. I used Marco Raffines and Prismacolor premiers. I have also tried the Dewert Inktense on the page that is directly on the book front. (Inktense is used with water and I had no problems with the paper messing up)
I would be very interested in getting 2 seperated bibles with thicker paper, 1 Old testament and 1 New Testament. I already have the NIV on my wishlist.
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I would get one myself if the print was larger.