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Spiroglyphics: Rock Heroes: Colour and reveal your musical heroes in these 20 mind-bending puzzles Paperback – October 12, 2017
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When graphic designer Thomas Pavitte found himself between jobs, he started doodling to keep his creative juices flowing, experimenting with the dot-to-dot puzzles he remembered from his childhood. The result was a 6,239-dot reconstruction of the Mona Lisa, which then led to the 1000 Dot-to-Dot Book and its sequels. Constantly exploring new graphic ideas, Thomas lives in Melbourne, Australia, and shares his work at thomasmakesstuff.com.
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The book contains 20 images of musical icons, the images are created out of two interlocking spirals so when you look at the blank pages you have no idea who you're about to unveil (there is a page containing image thumbnails at the back of the book if you want to ruin the surprise though). I used fine point sharpies to colour in my images and I'd say you couldn't use pens any thicker as they were quite hard to use on the really narrow parts of the image, these are a bit fiddly to colour but luckily they're quite forgiving if you go over the lines in places so it won't matter too much.
One warning I will make is that if you're using sharpies you need to place a piece of card between the pages because you will get a bleed through otherwise. I nearly ruined one page by making that mistake. I was also disappointed that this book didn't have the easy tear out pages like the Querkles ones do because the way you have to colour round in circles it is much easier if you are able to constantly twist the paper around as you go. I tried doing that with the image still in the book but it got really awkward because so I ended up tearing the pages out myself and making a right mess of the edges (yes I could have used scissors but the perforated pages would make life MUCH easier and that's the main reason I knocked a star off my rating).
I've attached a few images to my review:
1. Shows what the pages look like before colouring
2. Shows an image with the first spiral complete
3. Shows a complete image of Jimi Hendrix finished in 1 colour
4. John Lennon, again in one colour
5. Mick Jagger, each spiral in a different colour
6. Madonna, this one was a little more creative - the possibilities really are endless!