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Women's Fashion Adult Coloring Book: 19th Century Fashion: 25 Grayscale Images

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Meditation for the brain -- allow coloring to soothe you. For those advanced and adventurous colorists who enjoy coloring Grayscale. 25 Grayscale images of Women's Fashion circa 1780's to 1870's, for your coloring pleasure. Intricate, detailed, stunning! Each coloring page has a blank page behind it so you can frame your art work without interfering with the next gorgeous i Meditation for the brain -- allow coloring to soothe you. For those advanced and adventurous colorists who enjoy coloring Grayscale. 25 Grayscale images of Women's Fashion circa 1780's to 1870's, for your coloring pleasure. Intricate, detailed, stunning! Each coloring page has a blank page behind it so you can frame your art work without interfering with the next gorgeous image. Coloring Grayscale images are a fun way to explore shading. It's easier to learn shading when you follow the grayscale already in the images. Start coloring the light colors, then medium in the lightly shaded areas and finally your darkest colors in the darker shaded areas. Coloring has been shown to reduce stress and offer meditative release. Create your own visually appealing art using crayons, colored pencils, felt tip markers, ink pens, art pencils, gel pens, glitter pens. The cover for this book was colored using permanent markers, gel and glitter pens. There is no limit to your creativity and genius.


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Meditation for the brain -- allow coloring to soothe you. For those advanced and adventurous colorists who enjoy coloring Grayscale. 25 Grayscale images of Women's Fashion circa 1780's to 1870's, for your coloring pleasure. Intricate, detailed, stunning! Each coloring page has a blank page behind it so you can frame your art work without interfering with the next gorgeous i Meditation for the brain -- allow coloring to soothe you. For those advanced and adventurous colorists who enjoy coloring Grayscale. 25 Grayscale images of Women's Fashion circa 1780's to 1870's, for your coloring pleasure. Intricate, detailed, stunning! Each coloring page has a blank page behind it so you can frame your art work without interfering with the next gorgeous image. Coloring Grayscale images are a fun way to explore shading. It's easier to learn shading when you follow the grayscale already in the images. Start coloring the light colors, then medium in the lightly shaded areas and finally your darkest colors in the darker shaded areas. Coloring has been shown to reduce stress and offer meditative release. Create your own visually appealing art using crayons, colored pencils, felt tip markers, ink pens, art pencils, gel pens, glitter pens. The cover for this book was colored using permanent markers, gel and glitter pens. There is no limit to your creativity and genius.

32 review for Women's Fashion Adult Coloring Book: 19th Century Fashion: 25 Grayscale Images

  1. 5 out of 5

    Stephanie

    This beautiful coloring book completely captures the art style of the 19th century. The pages are very easy to color on. One of the things I enjoyed most is that it is pre shaded so you don't have to stop and think about how to shade things, it's a nice fun break for artists and amateur alike! One of my new favorite coloring books. This beautiful coloring book completely captures the art style of the 19th century. The pages are very easy to color on. One of the things I enjoyed most is that it is pre shaded so you don't have to stop and think about how to shade things, it's a nice fun break for artists and amateur alike! One of my new favorite coloring books.

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