The Aviary: Bird Portraits Coloring Book by Richard Merritt
Hi good people!. Most of us love to color. We share an activity material that would be great for teens and above. It is not only fun but they help you to relax your mind, reduce stress, and manage anxiety in a art therapy. Richard Merritt has published the second book, namely the Aviary: Bird Portraits Coloring Book. It illustrates collections of detailed and stylish bird portraits that are simply crying out for your own unique splash of color.
Make every day a fun for avid colorists and bird lovers the world over. From majestic eagles to personality-filled puffins, swallows, to graceful hummingbirds drawn in such detail you can almost hear their wings flapping, each sheet gives coloring fans the chance to pick the perfect colors for every of their exquisite creations. Once you’ve finished coloring them, it’s easy to pull the pages out, display or frame them, and give as gifts since every page is also perforated. Intricate and intriguing designs pull you in, engrossing you and entertaining you for hours on end as you dig and delve deeper into the magical world of The Aviary.
“The Aviary” follows in the footsteps of “The Menagerie”. The new books is filled with illustrations of various birds such as puffins, swallows, owls, ostrich, hummingbirds and others. The initial line drawings are realistically portrayed but then the inside of the birds have complex details added for coloring. In addition, leaves and flowers in the corners. Already colored but very minimal, but only so much that it adds to the picture. The blue jay on the cover is included in the book; however, the cover photo is a reversed picture close up of the actual coloring illustration (which includes the body of the bird as well).
The Top Aviary: Bird Portraits Coloring Book. This awesome image selections about bird pic is available to save in various topics. Here, you can pick this Coloring Pages via cartoon or adorable and entertaining shape so you can be more appealing and intrigued by coloring as they additionally have lower level of detail difficulty. You need more focus to face pictures with more decoration on each page.
As with “The Menagerie”, this coloring book that is illustrations for tremendous amounts of shadowing and blending as the details of the book are too small for much of that kind of work. It may also not be the best book for those who have vision or fine motor skill issues.
Review after we do coloring and testing in this book:
- The paper is a good enough quality for framing.
- The attached cover is beautifully illustrated with coloring and light touches of matte silver and royal blue metallic foil on the front artwork.
- Alcohol and Water based markers bleed through this paper to some extent (with Tombow brush ends faring the best with slight spots on the back side of the page.)
- India ink pens left shadows on the back of the page.
- Gel pens did not bleed through and did not require extra drying time.
- Coloring pencils worked well. Good color and layering for both oil based and wax based pencils (hard and soft lead.) Hard lead did not dent through the page.
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