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Mermaids, Fairies, & Other Girls of Whimsy Coloring Book: 50 Fan Favs Paperback – August 29, 2017
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About the Author
Hannah Lynn is a self-taught American artist, working out of her home studio in Idaho Falls, Idaho. She has been selling her artwork online, at events, and through licensed products since 2006.
She grew up in Northern California, where she first discovered her love of art. Like many artists, she has been obsessed with drawing and coloring for as long as she can remember! Her first paid freelance job was when she was just 11 years old (providing a colored pencil drawing of an American Bald Eagle for her science teacher’s son as a birthday gift).When she wasn’t at school, doing homework, or doing chores, she was drawing, writing, reading, or making something. She earned her Associates Degree in Business in 2007.
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At the front of the book, there are thumbnails that show you the pictures in order and also what their names are. I think this is a great way of doing a table of contents and I really appreciate that the names aren't printed on the design page. If I choose to put them there, this will give me an opportunity to do it my way.
The book is printed on one side of thin but nice grade white paper. The pages are not perforated but the artist has put a double frame around each design with enough room so you can cut a page out without damaging the design. The binding is glued rather than sewn and I was able to break the spine enough to get the book to lay fairly flat to make coloring while leaving the page in the book a little easier.
All of my markers bled through the paper. All of my gel pens left a shadow on the backside of the page. My coloring pencils worked really well with this paper as it is nicer than basic grade. If you want to use markers or gel pens, I suggest putting a heavyweight paper behind the page you are working on to keep the ink from seeping further into the book. As the back of the page is blank, you won't be ruining another design.