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Fairy Fantasy: Enchanting Fairy Adult Coloring Book Paperback – May 21, 2017
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"I own over 75 coloring books by various authors, and I can honestly say I'm DROOLING over this one! It's one of the highest quality coloring books I've ever seen, and it immediately became one of my favorites" --Jessica J.
"Mr. Hamilton has a distinctive style fairy, with beautiful faces, long pointed ears and lush figures. He places his fairies in scenes which provides me with a fun coloring experience." --iiiireader
"Every design is a work of art, worthy of framing and displaying. I love the unique borders and natural backgrounds in each picture that include flowers, foliage and even one with a friendly, honey bee." --Hanford R.
"I am enchanted by the beautiful artwork on every single one of these pages! Each page has a different fairy in a graceful pose with a unique background. I love that there are such a range of details in each fairy from their hairstyles, to their wings, right down to the intricate accessories on some of them." --C. Frey --This text refers to an out of print or unavailable edition of this title.
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Enter the enchanting world of Fairy Fantasy, with 24 full page original hand drawn illustrations of fairies by Jason Hamilton. Perfect for all ages. --This text refers to an out of print or unavailable edition of this title.
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The art in this book is very beautiful. The actual results of course will depend on your coloring skills. You should get many hours of stress-relieving coloring time with this book.
I chose to use Crayola colored pencils but you can use whatever you wish. You can even use crayons and markers. If you really want saturated colors, try an artist quality set of colored pencils.
SHE HAS DONE SOME LOVELY PICTURES AND SHE ALWAYS SHOWS OFF THE PICTURES WHEN WE VISIT.
Mr. Hamilton has a distinctive style fairy, with beautiful faces, long pointed ears and lush figures. He places his fairies in scenes which provides me with a fun coloring experience. While I haven't colored it as yet, I absolutely love the fairy being threatened by the bumblebee. It reminds me of the old movie posters of the fair heroine being threatened by whoever or whatever was the villain of the week.
I have been using a mix of alcohol-based markers, colored pencils, and a touch of gel pens in coloring these designs. The designs are detailed with backgrounds. Some parts are somewhat intricate and include smaller details that I used my Verithins to color.
This has been my experience while coloring in this book and testing the paper with my coloring medium:
24 full size fairy designs, 14 4 x 6 inch designs, and 5 zoomed in designs for a total of 43 coloring designs (note some are duplicates of other sizes, etc.)
Printed on one side of the page
Typical CreateSpace paper – thin, white, slightly rough, and non-perforated
Designs stop well before the binding area leaving room to cut out pages if you chose to do so
Can open fairly flat for coloring if you break the spine to do so.
Alcohol and water based markers all bleed through the page though alcohol bleed through more fully and quickly while water based spot through.
Gel pens and India ink pens leave colorful shadows at the back of the page. India ink can bleed through if you use repeated layers or try to blend several colors.
Colored pencils work well with this paper. Both oil and wax based could be used with a light or firm hand. I use a light hand and get good pigment color by repeated layers and use of my blending pencils. Layering and blending work well with this paper. My hard lead pencils like Verithins dent or score through to the back of the page.
I use and recommend the use of a blotter page of either heavy weight paper or several sheets of regular white paper.