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Global Doodle Gems Review Team – What am I up to?

Global Doodle Gems Review Team - Tabby May Art

Busy with Global Doodle Gems Review Team Let me tell you what I’ve been up to lately, in case you’re wondering why nothing much is happening on Tabby May Art. First off I’m busy with several projects for the Global Doodle Gems Review Team. This team is an initiative from Johanna Ans and we’re working as a team for a ...

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Doodling for beginners. Can or can’t I do it?

Doodling - Tabby May Art - Coloring for adults

Doodling with Johanna Ans About a week and a half ago Johanna Ans came with a question for the members of her Global Doodle Gems Review Team, of which I’m a member as well. It was about a coloring and drawing book of hers for which she would like to have more exposure on the internet. Whether we would feel ...

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Coloring for children or adults? My way of writing reviews!

Coloring for children

Coloring for children From BBNC I received the children’s coloring book ‘Scared little Pete‘ to review (click here for the review). So that was Coloring for children… As usual I wrote ‘for which I thank them’, and I definitely don’t want to look a gift horse in the mouth, but there are some things I want to get off my ...

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Marco Renoir to smithereens

Marco Renoir Factory Fault

New colored pencils When I recently received my 100 pieces Marco Renoir tin I was super happy. I had never before experienced pencils sent from China that were this well packaged. To me it felt like there were thirty layers of bubble wrap around the tin! Coloring with Marco Renoir Full of confidence I started my first coloring sheet with ...

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Michelle Johnson highlighted on Sunday

Sunny Sunday Highlight Michelle Johnson

Miss Doodled Blooms It’s been months ago now that I first met Michelle Johnson on Instagram. She drew me to her own first coloring book, Doodled Blooms. That made Michelle the first illustrator outside the Netherlands for whom I colored and wrote a review. And it didn’t stop there. Because of our common interest in coloring and coloring materials we’ve ...

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Julia Woning highlighted on Sunday

Sunny Sunday Highlight Julia Woning

Big Girls For months now I regularly see drawings of the ‘Fat Ladies’ by Julia Woning on my screen in several Facebook groups. (Note: I’ve consistently translated ‘Dikke Dames’ to ‘Fat Ladies’ and it wasn’t until today that I’ve seen the English part of Julia’s website, where I discovered that she calls them ‘Big Girls’… oops… sorry Julia 😀 ). ...

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Sandy Wijsbeek highlighted on Sunday

Sunny Sunday Highlight Samarik Design Sandy Wijsbeek

Sandy Wijsbeek, the woman behind Samarik Design When I started coloring I didn’t know anyone in the coloring and illustration world. Through surfing and visiting websites I suddenly discovered coloring sheets drawn by Sandy Wijsbeek on the Kleuren voor Volwassenen website (Coloring for Adults). I was instantly enthusiastic and last February (2016) I colored my first design by Sandy Wijsbeek. ...

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Studio, guided tour through Tabby May’s workplace

Studio Tabby May Art

From lumberroom to studio Today I took some pictures of my coloring room or, to put it nicely, my ‘studio’. It’s a small garret with a guest bed. Up until recently we actually only used it as storage for our moving boxes with books. And for the piles of CDs and DVDs, for which there’s no room in the rest ...

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Never think you’re only small and YouTube too big!

Für Elise on YouTube

A couple of weeks ago I posted my preview video of the coloring book ‘Magical City’, by Lizzie Mary Cullen, on YouTube. I was so proud of this video, even though it’s very plain and simple. But not long after I uploaded it, I received a copyright claim! YouTube informed me that a third party felt they owned the copyright ...

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