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Copyright and How it Applies to Coloring Books and Pages

copyright

This article is based on a post from Nerine Martin on ColorYourWayToHappy.com. Copyright is such an important subject, with so many people downloading drawings from Pinterest and Google, that I felt the need to share it here, with permission. I originally posted this on Aug. 18th 2016. On Febr. 4th 2020 I’ve made some adjustments, mainly for better readability. There ...

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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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