adult coloring book
Artist Shantell Martin's quirky, creepy, wild adult coloring book unfolds into a nine-foot work of art.
Travel back in time, open your box of crayons, get to work on these vintage automobile drawings.
No, this is not for kids.
Why all of this fuss over coloring books? Turns out, there are some amazing benefits that are now being validated by actual research on adult coloring.
You can be a real-life grown up and still have a steady coloring habit.
If you try coloring for just a little while, I suspect that you will experience some of the benefits that I am suggesting. If you are uncomfortable with the idea, try thinking of coloring like you might think about eating your vegetables: just one is not going to kill you, and who knows, you might actually like it!
Will you play the passive role of victim, or take control of the situation? I took control. I couldn't allow myself to believe that it was my fault just because I saw the world differently than others. I took a deep breath, took the leap of faith and moved on. I straightened out my life and established it the way it is now. Here are some things that can help.
The coloring book, on the other hand, is a method of art making most rigorously employed in elementary school, teaching kids
Basford, a commercial illustrator based in the UK, modeled her first book The Secret Garden after the Brodick Castle Gardens