Love these adult coloring books!! They're great for when i'm just at home bored and have nothing to do, and to be honest, they're super fun!! Beautiful designs with a wonderful variety, one of my favs.
These are perfect for adults to be creative and do something "childish" that is totally acceptable!! It's so soothing when you're stressed out and helps me relax. These are also decently priced (there are knock offs too!) but getting the better ones on sale are the best way to go.
I always loved coloring as a child but I had never thought to do it as an adult but since buying this coloring book I have been coloring a lot. I love the designs and all the intricate details. it's very relaxing
I really love these adult coloring books. They are really relaxing and fun for us adults who need some stress relief. The only thing that I am not a fan of is how detailed some of the photos are. Sometimes they are to detailed and I start to feel stressed over finishing the,.
I have this book and love it. I am wanting to know your favorite tools to color in all of the tiny spaces. Do you do the big spaces/sky with the same tools? I started with Crayola super tips because I got over 50 of them. But I didn't like the streaking and the dots of pooled color.
Hi Shauna, my favorite marker set to use is the Tombow water-based markers. One side of the marker is a bullet-style nib, and the other is sort of like a fine-pointed brush. With the brush tip, I'm able to conquer even the tiny spaces in this book! Amazon has a huge set of 96, but they're definitely more expensive than Crayolas (check the used section of Amazon for a Warehouse deal). These markers also have a lot of fun blending techniques - check YouTube.
That said, my FAVORITE tool to color with is actual Faber-Castell polychromos pencils. I can do more of the shading and layering that I've come to enjoy. Lastly, I definitely sometimes color backgrounds (like sky or water) in another medium - like I might color everything else in marker but do the water/sky in pencils or pastel chalks. Hope this helps! Enjoy your coloring adventure!