This book is good for casual colourists, in my opinion. Many of the designs are interesting, but some of them seem quite poorly drawn- like rough doodles you might do whilst on the phone. If you like your colouring books random and abstract rather than symmetrical and aesthetic, this is one for you. Sometimes it's good to not worry too much when you're colouring though, right? I don't always want to be precise, and I think that's what this book offers you.
Paper quality is good, a variety of markers and gels not bleeding through at all- Sharpies and alcohol markers do though. The cover is soft which has a lovely feel in the hand. I'd recommend this book for when you want to wind down or 'zone out' as it advises in the blurb. Children may like this book just as much as adults due to its simplicity, so it's definitely one that you could share with the little people.
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