by Christine Karron, Colouring Heaven
Published by Anthem Publishing Style: Paper: Light to medium, single page illustrations
Format: Card cover
I received this product for free in exchange for an honest review. This does not affect my opinion of the product or the content of my review.
Anthem Publishing that own the Colouring Heaven brand manages to provide a magazine packed with good value and fabulous artwork. I was excited to see Issue 49 as the sneak peek that Colouring Heaven provided the clue that it was Canadian illustrator, Christine Karron.
Christine’s artwork is stunningly beautiful. Although she has created a range of coloring books, my favorites are her Fairies books (volumes 1 and 2) and of course Benny Blue (volumes 1 and 2) that feature the cutest bunny ever.
Christine’s versatility in both subject matter and style (she creates in both line art AND greyscale) and her talent as an artist and colorist combined make this issue of the magazine a bargain, in my opinion.
In this issue, included in the 40 illustrations are 10 that are exclusive to Colouring Heaven. They haven’t been included in Christine’s previous fairy themed coloring books. For a collector, like me, that makes this issue a must-have.
Colouring Heaven follow the same format in each magazine. The format is an A4 sized card cover that is colorable on both front and back with gold foiling for the title.
Each issue has 40 illustrations inside to color. Inside the front cover there are details of the artist and a color chart. On the inside back cover there is always a bonus offer.
Where to buy Woodland Fairies Special Colouring Magazine
Happy coloring x
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