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Stress Less Coloring - Mandalas: 100+ Coloring Pages for Peace and Relaxation Paperback – September 4, 2015
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"Stress Less Coloring: Mandalas offers a creative path to calm the mind." --Spirituality & Health
About the Author
Jim Gogarty has had a passion for drawing for as long as he can remember, ranging from crayons to felt tips to today's digital pen. He began drawing mandalas in 2005 after a spiritual awakening during meditation. Since then, he has worked to turn this love for the symmetrical patterns into a career. He currently runs iHeartMandalas.com, where he brings these images to life.
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What I like about this book is the pictures are only printed on one side of each page. The designs are nicely printed and not too small like in some adult coloring books. This book would be great with any medium you prefer.
I definitely recommend this book and the author to anyone that likes Mandalas.
The paper quality of this one is cheap, almost like copier paper. In the first book ("The Mandala Coloring Book") the paper was heavier and gripped the colored pencil better (I use only colored pencils). Also the lines in this new one are too thin making it too easy to go out of the lines. It's not stress-free when you find yourself struggling more to stay in the lines. The first book had thicker (but not too thick) lines which made for more stress-free coloring.
Also, in this book the pages aren't numbered! Sometimes if I do'nt finish a picture I want to go back later..how to do that w/ no page numbers (other than sticking something in the book). So I ended up numbering the pages myself. Annoying.
The mandalas themselves are pretty good but it seems like Jim felt he had to make them more complicated than in the first book so there are strange embellishments on many of them which in most cases only makes it harder to color. I really love the first book (which is why I bought this book) due to the very fact that many of the mandalas were rather simple which made them fun and easy to color. Adding dots and strange little "hairs" don't add to the coloring enjoyment.
Jim used a different publisher for this book so I fault the publisher more for the cheap paper quality, thinner lines, and no page numbers. Jim is a great mandala artist and I appreciate what he does very much and hope he continues but I hope he goes back to the original format of thicker lines and heavier paper (and page numbers).
These are just my opinions, yours may vary.