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Vampires: A Grayscale Coloring Book with Mythical Fantasy Women, Sexy Gothic Fashion, and Victorian Romance Scenes (Grayscale Coloring Books for Adults) Paperback – Large Print, March 30, 2018
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This book is full of vampire images in various settings. Sexy and horrifyingly seductive and so much fun to collor.
Each image is single sided with black backing, printed on standard weight paper as provided by CreateSpace. I do recommend using backer pages to prevent bleed through with wet mediums.
There are duplicates to every image allowing you to color the same image in a different color pallette. Amazing just to see how color can transform an image from one to another.
As always, there is a digital code at the back of the book providing access to a digital copy for you to print over and over on your own desired paper weight.
Choose your images, break out your desired mediums and prepare escape into the world of vampires!!
This is a Grayscale version of the original volume 2 vampires from jade summer. For those that do not know what gray scale is, its in simple terms, they have added darker areas to show where the difference of shadows are for you to color.
For me I am a huge fan of gray-scale over line art. That stated I really love this book. Compared to some grayscale books this is the perfect amount of dark vs light gray in these pictures. You can very easily see where to color to make it look like you added in the shadows. I would really recommend this book to any one who love grayscale, or event o a beginner wanting to try it out.
Side note this is a book for Adults!! not kids.
Added a few pictures for you to see.
I'm not a confident grayscale colorist though I'm learning slowly. Little of the images are fully blacked in so I didn't feel like I was limited in terms of what I could color just a bit in terms of how. I think I do okay; I'll attach two finished pages to show you what is impossible for the average person. There is a narrow blank edge around the images that allows enough space that you can tear a page out or lay the book mostly flat to color.