How to use the Coloring Book of Fish...
This book has a lot of fish. This book has been a collaborative effort between artists, designers, and psychologists. This book not only soothes you, but also increases mental stimulation. The pictures and designs may seem random at first glance, but they're anything but.
Our idea with this project was to both inspire you, and increase neuronal activity and stimulation in a way that activates very unique parts of your mind. There are fields of research suggesting that both children and adults who work with coloring books and designs can effectively raise their IQ.
So have fun, relax, let the markers and pens do what they will, and hang on for an incredible, mind altering ride!
We hope to give the designer (you) a very introspective and mind expanding experience.
To help you bring your full art and color to life, we've left the outlines slightly gray instead of harsh black. Your ideas and the beauty you create are more important than the original designs. This is for you!
If you feel like using markers, we suggest Staedtler Triplus Fineliner marker pens. They're easy to use and are very good when it comes to bleeding issues. We've chosen a paper that we feel offers the best compromise between durability and brightness so that your ideas come to life without being encumbered by the paper.
|Product dimensions:||8.00(w) x 10.00(h) x 0.19(d)|
About the Author
Kindle Grace Lightfoot
Born in Oklahoma, with fierce Comanche blood in her veins, Kindle Grace Lightfoot spent hours and hours as a young girl riding horses and drawing. She found herself guiding towards arts programs and psychology in college, attending Northwestern University, where she graduated with honors.
She began a career that started in counseling for children that were having learning issues in school. She eventually began working with adults who were suffering attention deficit issues and began thinking of ways to inspire people through artwork.
This Coloring Book is the culmination of years of research, and time with both children and adults investigating the mysteries of the mind and unlocking our full potential through the use of art and coloring. Well, ok, maybe not "years" but definitely a while