Home » Tag Archives: Faber-Castell

Tag Archives: Faber-Castell

Finally a new finished coloring page

Loving orange

It has been a looooong time since I had been coloring. Especially with colored pencils. But last weekend I finally managed to finish a coloring page that was lying in my studio for literally MONTHS! It was a page from one of Masja van den Berg’s coloring books, titled ‘Masja’s Mandala’s’. I think I started somewhere in July last year, ...

Read More »

Scared little Pete – Children’s picture book (BBNC)

Scared little Pete - Martine van Nieuwenhuyzen - BBNC

Scared little Pete, coloring picture book From BBNC I received the Dutch children’s coloring picture book Bange Pietje (translated in English: Scared little Pete). Thank you BBNC. The book was drawn and written by Martine van Nieuwenhuyzen. This is the third children’s book that I’ve received and in all three of them I’ve colorized a couple of drawings. In another ...

Read More »

Chalk Lettering Quotes, coloring in letters

Chalk-Style Expressions - Tabby May Art

Quote unquote Quotes, citations, expressions, I regularly use them. I love using proverbs, sayings and quotes in my everyday speech. Actually I’m just some kind of a language nerd. Beside that I also love coloring, with a diversity of materials. And exactly those two things, that fit me like a glove, have been been brought together in the book ‘Chalk-Style ...

Read More »

The One and Only Mandala Coloring Agenda (BBNC)

The One and Only Mandala Coloring Agenda 2017

Nice mandala coloring agenda From BBNC I received the super nice One and Only Mandala Coloring Agenda 2017, for which I thank them! Now it’s quite clear that I must write a review about it haha, so that’s what I’m about to do. The size is 18 x 17,6 cm large and 2,4 cm thick. Not very small, but neither ...

Read More »

The One and Only Coloring Block Calendar 2017 (BBNC)

The One and Only Coloring Block Calendar 2017 - Shiny Spectrum

2017 Is just around the corner From BBNC Publishers I received 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 very pleased that I’ve already got the ...

Read More »

Men’s Coloring Book (Lantaarn Publishers)

Men's Coloring Book - Lantaarn Publishers

Especially for men: Men’s Coloring Book From Lantaarn Publishers I received 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. That is a great advantage, because it ...

Read More »

Wood you color me? / Johanna Ans – GDG

Johanna Ans Wood you color me

Wood you color me by Johanna Ans Half way September 2016 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 ...

Read More »

Afke’s Tiental Stripkleurboek (Personalia)

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 ...

Read More »

Tulips in watercolour (Karakter Publishers)

Tulips in watercolour review

From the Dutch publishers of Tulips in watercolour, Karakter Publishers, I received the Dutch version of this book Tulpen aquarelleren, for which I kindly thank them. When I first saw the book my initial thought was ‘What am I supposed to do with this? It’s not a coloring book!’ I flipped through it and was confused. How am I going ...

Read More »

How to… Work with Albrecht Dürer watercolor pencils

How to work with Albrecht Dürer watercolor pencils

Recently I received the book ‘Tulips in Watercolour‘ to review, which appeared to be quite a challenge. It was a book to learn how to work with watercolor, something I hadn’t done before (not counting ‘messing around a bit’ with Derwent Intense). You can read the review of this book here and I’ve chosen to work with the Faber-Castell Albrecht ...

Read More »
No products