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Pusheen Coloring Book Paperback – October 25, 2016
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I like many of the designs in the book. There are lots of mandalas and themed pages. My favorites are the seasonal mandalas – extremely cute!
The book is printed on both sides of white medium weight, slightly rough paper, non-perforated paper. The designs do not spread across two pages but the design elements do merge into the binding on most of them. The binding is glued, so you will have to cut pages out if you want to remove them.
I found that alcohol-based markers bled through the page quickly. Water-based markers and India ink pens left slight shadows on the back of the page. Some colors of gel pens also left extremely light, indistinct shadows. What I found that worked best was colored pencils. Both oil and wax-based pencils worked equally well. I was able to layer the same color for deeper pigment, layer multiple colors, and to easily blend using a pencil style blender stick.
I pre-ordered this book and when I received it, my first disappointment were the designs. Many of them are just outlined icons repeated in a pattern, but not always evenly distributed, which is surprising considering how easy graphics programs make that task. As a graphic designer the fact that the layouts are off is quite annoying when I'm coloring. However, if that was the only disappointing part of the designs, it would be OK.
Many of the designs not creative, have a LOT of blank space, and look like someone just threw this together to make money. My first thought while flipping through was "well, this was a cash cow." Clearly it worked as I bought two, one for myself and one for another Pusheen fan. Regardless, I got over it and started coloring. After a couple months, my annoyance and disappointment continued to grow.
This is a *coloring book* and it is important to note that designs are printed on the front and back of each page. This causes problems regardless of what coloring utensil you are using. Markers bleed through making the opposite design useless. The pages are thin, so this happens quickly and if you don't use a blotter, you'll ruin the page beneath. Pencils and will transfer when coloring on the other side, marking up the opposing page.
I wish ALL coloring books were spiral bound. Perforation would not hurt either. The binding on this can be folded without too much effort, but it is not ideal.
Overall, this I wish I had not bothered to buy this coloring book. As much as I love Pusheen, there are far better coloring books out there and Pusheen items.
Pages are not perforated, so they won't tear easily from the book. If you want to save a particular image, you'll have to carefully cut it from the book.
However, I'm one of those people that like to color with markers vs colored pencils/crayons. When I started seeing the pages being double sided I grew incredibly worried. And to my fears- the pages bled the color. This means if I continue to use my markers, I have to choose one side of the page over the other since I'll destroy the other one with color bleed. This upset me so greatly that I almost dont want to color in it :<
There are a variety of larger simpler designs and smaller more intricate designs. Great for all ages of Pusheen lovers.
Only bummer is that the pages are not perforated so they are not easily torn out. Which is what I usually do for my kids to make them easier to color flat and they always want to display their masterpieces.