This book comes to you from Welsh illustrator, author, and amateur photographer Delyth Angharad, who lives in beautiful South Africa. According to the blurb, when she's not being creative she spends her time shooing lions and rhinos off of the front lawn- not quite sure I believe that but if it's true then she's a braver lady than I!
The glossy-covered book is filled with hand-drawn illustrations of the VERY intricate- in fact I'm not sure I've seen such small spaces in any colouring book so far. Unfortunately some of the mandalas look squeezed and have become slightly blurry as a result, which isn't great where the spaces are so tiny. It's not the case on every drawing don't get me wrong, most of them are perfectly spaced and clear for colouring, it's just a small minority that are beautiful but not as crisp as they should be.
The illustrations include mainly mandalas, zentangles and paisley, with some stunning animals like the lion shown below.
The page quality is not brilliant, but sufficient to use any colouring materials you wish as each page is single-sided. Some of the artwork here truly is stunning, definitely worthy of removing and framing when completed. There is a mixture of line work from quite thick to super-thin, leaving lots of options whatever you feel like doing. I particularly loved colouring this house nestled in nature :)
I was given this book in exchange for an honest review. You can find it on Amazon here: