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The Story of Pandora: A Fantasy Coloring Book Paperback – 6 Sep 2016
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About the Author
KIM SUN HYUN is a professional art therapist and the head of art therapy at Cha University hospital. She is also the bestselling author of Power of Masterpiece, which has sold over 110,000 copies in Korea. In 2015, she was designated as the president of World Congress of Art Therapy.
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The Illustrations are beautiful and very unusual. They are also very intricate and detailed so this is definitely a book for sharp pencils, fineliners, good eyesight and manual dexterity. It is a book I would recommend for more advanced colorists than for beginners. There is a mix of single page and two-page spreads although some of the pictures only have a few small details that overflow onto the opposite page. This gives creative advanced colourists the scope to add their own art details or play with background techniques while others may view this as wasted paper and struggle to know what to do with it.The illustrations however are so beautiful I can overlook this problem.
The Illustrations are beautiful and very unusual. They are also very intricate and detailed so this is definitely a book for sharp pencils, fineliners, good eyesight and manual dexterity. It is a book I would recommend for more advanced colorists than for beginners.Read more ›
This book was originally published in Korea and has been translated into English, this is one of a series of three books, the other two are called The Land of Dreams, and Time of Memory. All of them are written by Kim Sun Huyn and Time of Memory is also illustrated by her, whereas the other two are illustrated by Song Geum Jin so their illustration style and content is very different. Just bear this in mind and check out reviews of all three to ensure you like them all.
This book is 25cm square, paperback, with soft feel flexible card covers with beautiful coloured imagery from inside the book and half page French flaps which are left blank on the insides. The spine is glue-bound which makes it fairly durable but does mean that you’ll lose a little of each image into it unless you crack the spine which will give you better access to the centre but could eventually lead to pages falling out so do be careful. The images are printed double-sided and are all double-page spreads, a large number of them do enter the spine. The paper is bright white, medium thickness and lightly textured, water-based pens ever so slightly shadowed when using dark colours but didn’t bleed at all, alcohol markers will bleed through, pencils layer and blend well as there’s a little bit of tooth. The images themselves tell the story of Pandora, a land where time stands still and fantasy animals come alive.Read more ›
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It leads me to be creative and want to color outside the lines (not literally but figuratively).