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Illustrator – Amy Weber
Publisher – Dover Publications
Pages – 32
Like all Creative Haven books, this is a good size for colouring. A4, paperback and a good thickness.
The paper is medium thickness and I have had no issues with bleeding through.
Pictures are single sided, and there is a blank border around the pictures to stop the issue of pictures going into the spine. Pages are perforated, allowing for easy access.
I have never seen any images like the ones in this book. The premise is that there are animals in a variety of scenes and pictures that are not usual.
Octopi in space, cat toadstools, steampunk pigs – this is truly a book to use your imagination.
The scenes are quite intricate, with some smaller spaces and bigger spaces within each scene.
This book is full of images that will entrance you and take quite a bit of time to complete. They are perfect for just diving in and focussing on for hours at a time. I’ve found these images great for days when my pain level is high, or I am having trouble sleeping but I can maintains level of concentration.
This book is not for people who prefer patterns or mandalas. This book contains intricate scenes and mind bending images. If the idea of colouring displaced objects makes you anxious or overwhelmed, I don’t recommend this book.
Overall though, it’s a good book for anyone who can maintain a moderate level of concentration, as its something different that I haven’t seen elsewhere!