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Harry Potter Postcard Coloring Book Library Binding – April 26, 2016
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I enjoy coloring postcards with their fine details and tiny elements. Harry Potter Postcards also add a bit of fun into the mix. The artwork is based on the first Scholastic Harry Potter book for adults “Harry Potter Coloring Book” and I appreciate that it is for pulls its artwork from only one book (unlike the poster coloring book which is a combination of two books.)
While I might have preferred a different mix of designs, the ones includes are good and I will enjoy coloring them and sending them to just the right family and friends. The designs are sized down and include many small details. I find that a mix of ultra-fine markers, small nib gel pens and sharp pointed pencils work best for my coloring.
Here is a brief overview of what I found in this set of postcards:
20 Different Harry Potter Postcards with black and white artwork from “Harry Potter Coloring Book”
Printed on one side of heavy weight, slick, white card stock
Address and stamp areas are defined and printed on the back of the card
Postcards are glue bound but can easily be removed from the booklet without design loss
Alcohol-based markers do not bleed through this card. I tried several applications of each type and could not get a drop through.
Water-based markers, India ink and gel pens do not bleed through the page.
Gel pens take a much longer time to dry but have beautifully intense color.
Coloring pencils are mixed. The colors go on dark and solid but blending is not good for any soft lead that I have though the wax pencils work the best. Layering is good. Hard lead pencils make good clear marks and don't dent the back of the page.
The designs are very good. I've looked through them & can't wait to begin coloring a few from this one and a fairy one I previously purchased once I'm feeling a bit better.