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Enchanted Halloween: A Whimsy Girls Fantasy Coloring Book Paperback – August 29, 2017
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About the Author
Hannah Lynn is a self-taught American artist, working out of her home studio in Idaho Falls, Idaho. She has been selling her artwork online, at events, and through licensed products since 2006.
She grew up in Northern California, where she first discovered her love of art. Like many artists, she has been obsessed with drawing and coloring for as long as she can remember! Her first paid freelance job was when she was just 11 years old (providing a colored pencil drawing of an American Bald Eagle for her science teacher’s son as a birthday gift). When she wasn’t at school, doing homework, or doing chores, she was drawing, writing, reading, or making something. She earned her Associates Degree in Business in 2007.
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This one is my favorite so far. I love the Halloween and Fall theme. There are 30 different illustrations with 2 copies of each for a total of 60 coloring pages. I hope the trend of double pictures continues. It makes you really feel that you got your money's worth, plus it's fun to share. The illustrations are printed on one side of the pages only, so you can use the medium of your choice. I really like the way my Marco Raffine pencils work on this paper. I have some Prang large core pencils I wasn't crazy about, but I found they are perfect for large background areas. Now I don't use up all my good pencils on large areas.
Grab this one and get into the spirit of Halloween. Have fun!
Over the last weekend, I found myself coloring in this book so much, I decided I had to pace myself a bit or I would finish the whole book in a week! I really enjoy Ms. Lynn's designs!
There are two each of each of the designs. I like that, too, as I can try different colorways or perhaps give one to a friend. Who am I kidding? I'm not giving one of these away but I may buy a second book to share with other... or maybe I want to color each design four different ways.
The designs are easy to color. I like to use markers and colored pencils when coloring these designs. I lay down a foundation color with markers and then had details and shading with my pencils. I find that process is the easiest for me and results in designs that look the way I see them in my mind.
Here is what I found while coloring in this book and testing my coloring medium on the paper. In the comments section below, I will list the coloring mediums I use for testing and for coloring as well.
30 x 2 each Big Eye Girls in Halloween Fun Designs
Printed one side of the page
Paper is thin, white, slightly rough and non-perforated
Designs stop well before the binding area so it is easy to cut pages out if you choose to do so.
Designs have a double framing line around the outer edges for a natural stopping point while coloring.
Alcohol and water-based markers bleed through this paper.
Gel pens and India ink pens leave colorful shadows on the back of the page. India ink pens can leak through if you apply heavily or use multiple coats.
Colored pencils work well with this paper. I was able to layer the same color for deeper tones, multiple colors, and blend easily using a blending stick with both oil and wax-based pencils. Hard lead pencils dent through the paper.
I suggest and use a blotter page of card stock when coloring in this book. It keeps ink and dents from from damaging the pages below my working page.
The lines are fantastic for beginners or advanced users. They are thick and make for quick coloring with little mistakes. It reminds me of a kid's coloring book with how thick the lines are but the pictures are advanced.
Coloring these pages are great when you want to practice new techniques because you have opportunity to practice shading and detailing with these beautiful girls. The paper is nice and good quality.
Each book comes with 30 original pictures to color, but each page has a duplicate so you actually get 60 pages to color. This is the first time Hannah Lynn has offered this option and I absolutely LOVE being able to color one and save one for later.
I love adult coloring but hate the repeating patterns and other adult coloring books. This book is perfect for me because it's different and something to practice on. I can color the same concept - hair, body, clothes, but every time it's different. I can choose to do different things wiht the hair and the skin. I love that you're able to practice techniques by doing something similar on each page but every page is different so you aren't bored with coloring after the first page.