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Classic Coloring: Alice in Wonderland (Coloring Book) (Adult Coloring Book) Paperback – 16 Mar 2016
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I will go into more details below if you are interested in knowing more, but as an overview, this is what I found in this coloring book:
55 designs printed on one side of the page
pages are heavyweight card stock
smaller format book
heavyweight cardboard back cover
book is glue bound in a way that allows you to easily remove pages in whole
alcohol-based markers bleed through the page
water-based markers, Pitt India ink pens, and gel pens do not bleed through
coloring pencils work fantastic on the page
The designs in this coloring book are fun and easy to color. Alice is an iconic story book character that is well-loved by many. For my first project, I choose to go with traditional colors but I will venture further into my own color palette as I progress through the book. I found it rather like adding color to old black and white photos and chose to use markers rather than pencils at first.
The designs in the book are printed on one side of the heavyweight card stock. The coloring book is smaller than usual at 8 x 6 x .5 inches. The back of the book is a heavyweight cardboard that gives me a good coloring surface when coloring while out and about. Most, but not all, of the pages give text about the image and refer to the book from which it was taken.
The binding is glued in the fashion of notepads. You can easily remove an entire page by slowly pulling it from the top to the bottom. The page comes off whole so you do not lose any portion of the design.
I test all of my coloring books with my wide variety of coloring mediums. I will list those in the comments section below for anyone who is interested. Here are my test results for this book:
Alcohol-based markers bled through the page but did not make marks on my blotter page below. Water-based markers, India ink pens, and gels pens did not bleed through and worked very well with the paper. Coloring pencils of all brands worked extremely well with the soft lead pencils blending easily and hard lead pencils putting down good color without leaving dents in the page. Since I am inclined to use alcohol-based markers with these designs, I cut down a piece of chip board to keep with this book. I'll place it below the page I am working on to keep ink from possibly seeping to the design below.
tons of images showing how tenniell colored his illustrations. i find it has really helped on other alice drawings.
this is guaranteed to give you hours of colouring enjoyment. the small-size pages mean you won’t get bored with a gazillion little leaves.