Each animal outline is filled to the brim with smaller illustrations, making the pictures intricate and time-consuming to complete- and I say this in the best of ways because the things she hides inside are so interesting and enjoyable to colour. The spaces aren't too small either, so when finished it looks like it was hard work to do but it really isn't. The drawings are basic; it's just that there's so many of them on one page.
There's an array of detail in every image; 15 designs packed full of creatures within creatures, miniature worlds going on inside each giant critter. I found that completing each design in sections allowed me to discover something new in each one, which made me eager to move onto the next and see what else lay within the frame of the animal.