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Kickin' It Old School Coloring Book (Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtles) (Adult Coloring Book) Paperback – August 9, 2016
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The coloring book has 47 pages of designs (not including the title page which can also be colored.) It appears like the designs have been done by a group of artists as there are several distinct styles from clean, black lines to an almost pointillism, old-style comic book dot style. The designs are fun and easy to color but some have a lot of black accents. The designs are of both the old-style and the newer style TMNTs.
Another fun part of the book is that on the back of the preceding page (directly opposite the design) is a quote that meshes great with the design you are coloring. After coloring in this book, all I can say is Cowabunga!
This is what I found while coloring in this book and testing the paper with my coloring mediums. I will list the coloring mediums I used for testing in the comments section below. These are also the materials I use for most of my coloring.
47 Designs (plus title page) of TMNTs fun
Printed on one side of the page with a quote on the back of the page
Paper is heavyweight, white, slightly rough, non-perforated
Most designs merge into the binding area
Book opens fairly flat for coloring by breaking or creasing the spine heavily.
Alcohol-based markers bleed through the paper. I suggest using a blotter page of card stock or several sheets of paper to keep ink from seeping through to the pages below.
Water-based markers, gel pens, and India ink pens do not bleed through the paper.
Colored pencils work very well with this paper. I got great pigment from oil and wax base pencils. I was able to layer the same color for deeper pigment, layer multiple colors, and blend easily using a pencil style stick blender.
The pages are technically single sided. I say technically because on the back side there are a few words to tell you about the next page to color, but that is it. The paper is a good thickness and if you don't mind chancing bleed through to ruin the side with the words I think you could use marker on the pages. However, I would still put a page between the two just in case you use a heavier bleed through marker - such as a sharpie.
The pictures to color take up the entire page. And they all differ. Some of them have a bit more of a blurry quality to the lines, while others have lines that are much more crisp. You can also tell that there is a good mixture between the newer Turtles and the older Turtles portrayed in this coloring book.
All in all, this is a great coloring book!!