One of my favourite places is on the East Coast, the small seaside town of Ingoldmells in Lincolnshire. It's probably due to the fact that I holidayed there as a kid and didn't think there was anywhere better in the world; it was like a wonderland of lights and sounds and rides... Although I know now it's a bit rubbish, I still get that same thrill in my chest when I go, and I think I always will. The seaside means joy, excitement and youth to me, so I was pretty stoked to find a colouring book that seemed to embody everything about those quirky coastal towns we Brits hold close in our hearts. Take a look at some of the pages and transport yourself back to those brisk, salty-air strolls on the sand.
Here's my finished picture of some beach huts. I'm not too happy with it as my alcohol markers didn't sit right on the paper, but they have the biggest range of colours so I love to use them. I tried to pick out a seaside palette for the huts, I hope you like it :)