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The One and Only Coloring Block Calendar 2017 (BBNC) – Review

The One and Only Coloring Block Calendar 2017 - Shiny Spectrum

2017 Is just around the corner Through Kleuren voor Volwassenen (Coloring for adults) I received from BBNC Publishers their Dutch ‘De Enige Echte Kleurscheurkalender 2017’. Translated in English it would be ‘The One and Only Coloring Block Calendar 2017’. First I’d like to share my appreciation and gratitude for this calendar. I had the previous one for 2016, so I’m ...

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Het grote kleurboek van Sinterklaas

Added on Feb. 16th 2019: This coloring book review was previously only published on my Dutch website. Since my Dutch website has stopped, I don’t want to lose the reviews that weren’t published on my English website. So here it is, in Dutch. I haven’t translated it to English, since it’s a typical Dutch book and I figured there wouldn’t ...

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Men’s Coloring Book (Lantaarn Publishers) – Review

Men's Coloring Book - Lantaarn Publishers

Especially for men: Men’s Coloring Book From Lantaarn Publishers I received, via Kleuren voor Volwassenen (Coloring for adults), the Men’s coloring book. First of all I’d like to thank Lantaarn. The size of the book is fairly large with its 29 x 29 cm. The paper isn’t very thick, but it’s firm enough and white. All pages are printed single-sided. ...

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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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How to… Blending with Prismacolor Premier pencils – Video

Blending with Prismacolor Premier pencils

Prismacolor Premier colored pencils Today I’ll show you how I blend colors while working with the Prismacolor Premier Soft Core pencils. A couple of weeks ago we, the team of Kleuren voor Volwassenen (Coloring for Adults), received a copy of a book,. Each of us got our own copy to review. I honestly think this is the most beautiful book ...

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Review – A Million Cats (Michael O’Mara Books)

A Million Cats - Lulu Mayo - Michael O’Mara Books Ltd.

A Million Cats Through Kleuren voor Volwassenen (Coloring for Adults) I received two super cute coloring books from Lantaarn Publishers (in English published by Michael O’Mara Books!) I’d like to thank them very much for that. The titles of the coloring books are A Million Cats and A Million Dogs. This review will concentrate on A Million Cats. The book ...

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Johanna Ans highlighted on Sunday

Johanna Ans, coloring centipede I’m quite the person who can achieve a lot in a little amount of time. But someone among my colorist friends can do a lot more in even less time and her name is Johanna Ans! She designs complete coloring books and subsequently she’ll colorize each and every drawing in it herself. Under the guise of ...

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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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Review – Wood you color me? / Johanna Ans – GDG

Johanna Ans Wood you color me

Wood you color me by Johanna Ans Half way September the coloring book by Johanna Ans was released. It has the theme ‘wood’. The title, Wood you color me?, is a bit tongue in cheek, playing with language. Obviously ‘wood’ replaces ‘would’ and I love this kind of joking with words. I’ve said before that I like to support people ...

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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). On a regular basis she publishes new designs there. I was instantly enthusiastic and last February ...

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