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Fantasy Flip Faces: Optical Illusions Coloring Book (Elves vs. Goblins) Paperback – September 29, 2016
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'Trick Slattery is an author, philosopher, artist, content creator, and entrepreneur. He has loved and immersed himself in philosophy and art since he was a teenager. Philosophy is his first and strongest passion. Throughout the years he has built a philosophy based on analytic logic and critical thinking. Some of the topics he is most interested in are of a controversial variety, but his passion for the topics and their importance drives him to want to express these ideas to others. His other passions include pen and ink line art and digital artwork. 'Trick likes to illustrate to relax and think creatively - and believes this compliments his more logical / analytic side.
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Optical Illusions Coloring Book
Elves vs. Goblins
by Trick Slattery
(Review by Deb Rucinski)
Dimensions: 8.5 x 11 inches
Paper weight: 60#
Binding: Glue bound on the left
If you loved Trick's first book “Multiview Illusions”, then you will love this book. He continues his unique concept in this book. With a flip of the page, you have a new image to color. Each illustration can be colored twice. Same image-different view.
This book is for the fantasy lover. Trick tells the story of “an invisible world that humans cannot see called Terraflippia. It is a world filled with magic, elves, fairies, wizards, goblins, trolls, and other fantasy creatures. This world is a beautiful world, but it is also one that is divided. The two main factions of the world are the Elvenic, which consists of elves, unicorns and a grand wizard; and the Ganespe, which consists of goblins, trolls, imps, and others”. He talks of “the turmoil in Terraflippia caused by the division between the factions.........and about trying to find a solution to bring back the magic”. The names of each creature are written in code. The included Elvenic Key will help decipher the names of each. This truly is a unique book. He has quite the imagination.
The book has a nice, pleasing cover, showing one of his images partially colored in both views. At the beginning of the book are pages to put the colorists name, standard copyright information, and a information page that tells you a bit about the book. At the back of the book is a tester page to allow you to test your colors. It also lists his websites, where you can follow his work.
This book contains 25 different illustrations just like this, and you get 2 of each so that you may color each view. There is no choosing or having to photocopy to color the alternate view. This is such an added bonus. The 2nd set is in the back half of the book. These are also drawn in his unique, quirky, and whimsical style.
The image quality is clean and dark. There are no fuzzy, pixelated or skipped lines. The illustrations are full page with a white space border surrounding the images to allow for easy removal for framing. The images are single-sided, which is what colorists prefer. Paper weight is 60#, which is standard among most coloring books. You can use most coloring medium on this. If you use markers, you will need to put a couple blotter pages behind the image you are working on to prevent bleed through damage to the next page. If you prefer watercolor pencils, watercolors and other wet medium, you will need to photocopy to heavier paper that will hold up the the water application. I recommend watercolor paper, mixed media paper, or 110# weight card stock.
The illustrations are quite detailed. For those with dexterity or vision issues, like myself, I don't believe you should have too much difficulty. While there are a few pages that do have some intricate areas that you may want to color individually, most of the smaller areas can be easily colored together with one color as a whole.
This book is good for all ages.