Number of Pages: 106
Size: 27 x 21cm square
Paper colour: White
Paper surface: Smooth
Paper thickness: Average
One sided: Yes
Drawings go into the spine: Yes
Waterbased pen bleed: None
One of the biggest fun colouring books out there is Doodle Invasion, so when I saw there was another book from Zifflin which featured those similar cute characters, I knew it would be good. Doodle Fusion isn't by the same illustrator as its predecessor but is very much in the same vein, the quirky little critters taking centre stage and getting up to mischief. A lot of the pictures are one large image made up of hundreds of these creatures, so if very intricate and time-consuming colouring isn't your thing then this isn't for you. If you like fun details and something a little different from the norm, jump right in!
Doodle Invasion is still my personal favourite because I like the 'bigger pictures' a little more, but this book certainly stands up as a worthy sequel. It is generally more detailed and 'full' of images, plus the miniature monsters are more varied than in the previous book. I think if you're a fan of Zifflin colouring books you'll definitely love this! The hyper-detailed style isn't everyone's cup of tea but it's like Marmite- you will love it or hate it. In my opinion I love having something funky and cool to colour, and this fulfills that for sure!
Here's my finished picture, which I coloured with Staedtler Triplus. There was absolutely no bleed whatsoever, not that it matters as the pages are all single-sided :)
I was given this book in exchange for an honest review. You can find it on Amazon here: