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Fantastic Birds To Color: A Bird Coloring Book For Adults Paperback – February 8, 2016
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LightBurst Media is a publisher of unique adult coloring books. We use only original, hand-drawn art in our coloring books. We have several other adult coloring books coming out in 2016. For more information about our new releases, promotions and giveaways visit our website at http://www.lightburstmedia.com. You can also find us on Facebook at http://www.facebook.com/lightburstmedia. As well as on Instagram, Pinterest and Twitter under lightburstmedia. We would love to hear from you!
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Top customer reviews
page and I am having fun coloring these pages. There are 35
bird images and only one image per page. All images are original and
not stock art. I’ve been using Sakura gel pens without any bleed
through. Definitely recommend this one!
•35 Coloring Pages
•Glue Bound on the left side
•Medium weight paper
•Dimensions 8-1/2 X 11
•Illustrations are Single sided
•Recommended for beginner to advanced colorists
This was a wonderful book with serene images. I appreciated the advice given regarding what type of coloring tools to use. There is also a page encouraging sharing via social media. That was a smart and unexpected touch. Overall very beautiful coloring book!
I won a PDF copy of this book from a LibraryThing Giveaway in exchange for an honest review.
I entered the giveaway because I thought my 14-year-old daughter, an aspiring visual artist, would enjoy the book. Thus, this review is based on feedback from her. Overall, she liked the drawings of the birds, with the peacock and swans as her favorites. She especially liked the abstract design of the birds, as well as the different types of birds found throughout the book. She noted the lack of composition diversity in the drawings, observing that all (maybe most) of the birds were placed in the center of the page. For her, the eye was always drawn to the exact same spot on the page regardless of the drawing. She would have liked the birds to have been positioned in various, more creative locations on the page and doing something other than perched on something with designs around them. For her, this made the drawings, when taken together, less exciting and very predictable.