• Review: Magical Scratch Street Art Magical Scratch

    As an adult I found this Magical Scratch book a lot of fun. It's marketed towards children, but I think this is fun for any age. It's art and is timeless. Inside you get twenty boards that have a black coating on top. Under that coating is loads of colors....

  • Review: Magical Scratch Zen Doodling

    I found this book to be fun for both adults and kids. Inside you get 20 scratch boards that include a black over top coat. Below that coat are different colors. So as you scratch off the black you get color behind. Inside the book you also get a scratch...

  • Review: Pusheen Coloring Book

    I really love this Pusheen coloring book for all its wonderful themes. It has a wide variety of Pusheen themes to inspire lovers of this cute cat. I was inspired to get out the colored pencils and bring this book to life. The rainbow of colors I used...

  • Review: Enchanting Mandalas Mini Pads of Color

    “Enchanting Mandalas: Mini Pads of Color” from Barron’s is an amazing pad of forty designs on 6”x6” cardstock that will provide a wonderful template to stimulate one’s creativity. At first I was concerned that some of the designs were on black background,...

  • Review: Challenging Spot the Difference Over 60 Timed Puzzles to Test Your Skills

    “Challenging Spot the Difference: Over 60 Timed Puzzles to Test your Skills” was illustrated by Giulia Lombardo, Marc Parchow, Andea Ebert, and Nicolae Negura. This puzzle book consists of pages that have an increasing number of differences between the...

  • Review: How to Color Like an Artist Colored Pencil Techniques including Blending & Shading

    Okay so this is what I learned from chapter one of HOW TO COLOR LIKE AN ARTIST a Dover Publication written by Veronica Winters – coloring in the lines is not a sign that you are an artist or even a good colorist. There is so much to learn about how to...

  • Review: Zen Dreams Pads of Color

    “Zen Dreams: Pads of Color” is a pad of nicely thick sheets published by Barron’s that can be colored. Many of the drawings have an Asian flavor, with several depicting Buddha or some variation thereof. There is an intriguing variation of the same flower...

  • Review: Life is Beautiful Photo-Finish Coloring Books

    “Life is Beautiful” is a very inventive adult coloring book. The blending of real photos with being able to color around them makes for a fun time coloring. With the thick weight of the paper you can even try paint and markers. The pages are a very good...

  • Review: Dominion of Giants Coloring Book Behemoths of the Fantasy World

    Artist Eric Messinger brings the world of giants to the pages of his first coloring book. The giants are pretty life like and as you add your own colors they can start to pop off the pages. The first part of the book includes some instruction on shading,...

  • Review: Mandala Delights Mini Pads of Color

    A tiny coloring book to tide you over whenever you're in need of a quick coloring fix! This book will slip into your purse easily, and is great for people who have time while on the go to slip in some coloring. With 40 different drawings to choose from...

  • Review: Dream Laugh Dance Pads of Color

    With 80 one-sided illustrations, and perforated sheets, this coloring book makes a bold statement in each drawing. There are some black on white drawings, and all of them use or incorporate quotes or phrases to really make the point of dream laugh dance...

  • Review: Garden Dreams to Color Pads of Color

    This is a medium-sized book. And like some of the other coloring books is designed to be used like a sketch pad. It has the hard backing, the perforated pages, single illustrations on one side of each page, and each has a border design on the outer part...

  • Review: Be Happy Photo-Finish Coloring Books

    I don’t normally review coloring books, but this one caught me by surprise. It’s stunning! The pages are perfectly sized for travelling or gifts, and the images included are magnificent. They add in elements of real photos, with the coloring sections...

  • Review: The Saturday Evening Post Americana Coloring Book Adult Coloring

    Definitely one of the best of the bunch. For all those who have already joined in using adult coloring for enjoyment, creativity and stress relief Creative Haven has created a top notch addition. THE SATURDAY EVENING POST – AMERICANA is filled with outlined...

  • Review: Norman Rockwell Classics from The Saturday Evening Post Coloring Book

    Well fans of Norman Rockwell are just going to go nuts over the newest adult coloring book NORMAN ROCKWELL CLASSICS from THE SATURDAY EVENING POST rendered by Sara Jackson. NORMAN ROCKWELL CLASSICS is filled with 31 sketched copies of much adored Norman...

  • Review: Dreams of Flowers Mini Pads of Color

    “Dreams of Flowers: Mini Pads of Color” from Barron’s is a wonderful way to have a coloring pad accessible without it taking up too much room (although we won’t mention the volume of coloring utensils that have to be hauled along, lol). Each page is just...

  • Review: Extreme Coloring Tattoos Relax and Unwind, One Splash of Color at a Time

    This was a very cool coloring book! This coloring book had a variety of images to color. I counted forty-eight pictures in all and on the back of each page was an interesting and informative meaning behind the image. I actually had fun just choosing which...

  • Review: Color Quest Animals Extreme Challenges to Complete and Color

    "Color Quest Animals" is a large book of pages where the pictures are unclear. Each micro section has a number and color associated with it. Colorist take a color key and pick out colored pencils or markers and start coloring in the numbers based on the...

  • Review: Sea of Flowers Mini Pads of Color

    “Sea of Flowers” is a great little book to color. When I grabbed this one I thought it was going to be a full size book, but I was happily surprised to see this cute little 6 by 6 square coloring book. Each square is covered edge to edge with a design...

  • Review: Creative Revolution Personal Transformation through Brave Intuitive Painting

    Flora Bowley, author of Creative Revolutions, Personal Transformation through Brave Intuitive Painting, has created an amazing book. The bright colors on the cover are eye-catching. The blend of palettes runs throughout the pages of this book. I love...

  • Review: Love Between the Lines An Adult Coloring Book for Book Lovers

    "Love Between the Lines" is an interesting book for book lovers who love to color! Many of the names, the styles and references are each different in terms of action and in terms of style. Some pages have a repetitive pattern while others take up big...

  • Review: Becoming Me A Work in Progress: Color, Journal & Brainstorm Your Way to a Creative Life

    This is more than a coloring book. It's an activity book for teens and adults. Enjoy your day by taking the time to do a page. From crating a color palette to drawling swirls and curls to even creating a mood board, this book has a lot of options. “Becoming...

  • Review: Edgar Allan Poe An Adult Coloring Book

    This adult coloring book is for the true fan of all things Edgar Allan Poe! The coloring book craze has hit the world by storm and this one is no different! It’s a great time for this to come out since it’s so close to Halloween! This is the perfect coloring...

  • Review: The World of Debbie Macomber: Come Home to Color

    "The World of Debbie Macomber - Come Home to Color" coloring book is just so cute and sweet. If you like small towns, yarn and just quaint settings you will love this coloring book. I've already colored one full page drawing in and started another. My...

  • Review: Coloring Bird Mandalas 30 Hand-drawn Designs for Mindful Relaxation

    Wendy Piersall delights us colorists again with a fabulous collection of hand-drawn designs. I've fallen in love again with her work. The peacock drawing showcased on the front of the coloring book is just beautiful and a great inspiration point as you...

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Magical Scratch

These books are marketed towards children, but we found this fun as adults. You get to make your own art with this new scratch medium.

Baylee Jae - Copic Marker Illustration

Baylee Jae creates a super cute illustration and colors it with Copic Markers.

Cheap tools VS High end tools

Sakuems shares her view on the tools of the art trade.