Adult Coloring Book Treasury Review


Adult Coloring Book Treasury Review

Adult Coloring Book Treasury Review

: Manja Burton

Reviewed by Dana Byerwalter, Editor,

Coloring a beautiful picture is an inspiring activity on its own, but coloring pictures from a variety of artists takes inspiration to a new level! Explore the Adult Coloring Book Treasury, a coloring book featuring 110 illustrations from 55 artists. This expansive coloring book by so many contributors allows colorists to fall in love with a variety of designs. Relax with bold-lined, clean images, and challenge yourself with fine-lined, intricate pictures. You'll find a picture to color for every mood and feeling with the wide variety in this adult coloring book.

Sold at cost, the Adult Coloring Book Treasury is an incredible collection for a frugal amount of money. The book is organized by artist, so you'll find 1-2 images per person throughout the book. In the margins, the artists' names and websites are printed so you can explore more of their work and maybe even find some free coloring pages they offer online. Some of the artists have entire coloring books of their own designs as well.

The designs you'll find in the book range from whimsical to concrete, natural to abstract, and so much more. In terms of artistic style, some of the designs will challenge you with their intricacies, and others are quick and easy to color. You'll find classic black and white line art throughout, but also grayscale and black background images to really create variety. Religious artwork (Christian and Jewish), quotes, and many animals also fill the pages of this lovely collection.

The pages are printed single-sided so you don't need to worry about markers soaking through to the back of your current page. The paper is bright white, 60lb for a delightful coloring experience.

Some of my favorite images within the book are florals. I can't get enough of pretty flowers, and they are so much fun to color! If you're unsure what type of designs you might be interested in coloring, this is the book for you to start out with. No matter what styles you love, you'll find dozens you'll adore in this book.

Which coloring supplies are better: colored pencils or markers?

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Although I prefer coloring pencils, I can see how markers would be a great option for more advanced coloring because I think blending would be easier to do with markers. I'm not that advanced (yet).


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