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Lose yourself in a riot of beauty and mindful drawing with New York Times bestselling adult coloring book author Millie Marotta—whose books have sold more than 8-1/2 million copies!! Created by the bestselling author of Animal Kingdom, this is one of the most gorgeous adult coloring books out there. Millie Marotta's intricately designed tropical world beckons would-be artists to enter and make their mark. Add bright and brilliant colors to exotic blooms or a parrot's feathers. Complete a rainforest scene, draw fine lines on the palm trees, create new patterns, or use your creativity to personalize the illustrations. It's a wonderful way to fire up your imagination and relieve stress—and the high-quality paper makes it perfect for color pencils.
About the Author
Millie Marotta is a freelance illustrator working in her studio by the sea in a little corner of West Wales. She has developed a mild obsession with all things flora and fauna, which along with intricate pattern and detail, remains an ongoing theme in her art. She works in both traditional and digital media for editorial, advertising, merchandising, web, and textiles. Her clients range from Virgin Atlantic to Penguin Books, and she is the author of Animal Kingdom (Lark).
Most Helpful Customer Reviews
My favorite coloring book from her by far! I own two of them and I have to say the animals in this one are more creative and fun to color! Definitely tropical yet with some marine animals included!
Very nice coloring book. Beautiful designs. Prismacolor pencils and watercolor markers worked well. Didn't bleed through. Negatives: common design throughout book. None tear out pages. Double sided pages with images on both sides. The great thing about this series of two books is that they are also available as a boxed set of postcards to color in. Great find. (TIP: never use permanent markers, like Sharpies, for coloring books, due to excessive bleeding through the paper.)