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To The Ocean Deep: The Longest Coloring Book in the World Paperback – May 24, 2016
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Sarah Yoon grew up in a southern city in South Korea and moved to Philadelphia in 2007 with her family. As a youngster she became intrigued with Batman and Superman comics and the world of visual arts. Fast forward a dozen years and Sarah started drawing and painting her own character art. Her imaginative scenes are the compiled product of dreams and visual thoughts. She loves to explore new mediums but her main tools are pen and ink, watercolor, and sometimes acrylic. Sarah graduated from Pratt Institute of Art and lives in Brooklyn, New York.
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The ocean background is pre-colored in a light to deep green (it gets darker as you get closer to the bottom.) The actual designs are black lines on white. I found that the pages are a little to maneuver unless you have a really big area in which you color. I found that folding the pages the opposite direction from the way they came also helped keep the fold-out manageable.
The design concept is a long tower that reaches from a ship at the surface of the ocean down to the ocean floor. Above the ship are what looks like cloud cities so you have some fun to color at the top as well. The tower is filled with all sorts of characters and elements – it reminds me of some of the crazy cartoon designs I used to see in Mad magazine as a child. There are robots, castles, sea creatures, stairways, trees and more. They make up the pathway to the ocean bottom where a treasure chest awaits you.
This is what I experienced while coloring in this book and testing my various coloring medium on the paper.
15 page continuous fold-out cartoon Ocean theme designs
Printed on one side of the page
Paper is heavyweight, lightly smooth, filled background, non-perforated. The final page is glued to the cardboard backing while the other 14 pages fold out.
Cover (front and back) is a lightweight cardboard.
Alcohol-based markers seep through the paper
Water-based markers, India ink artist pens and gel pens did not seep through the paper
Colored pencils worked well with this paper. I was able to get good color, layer, and blend well with both oil and wax based pencils.