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Moments Wholly for Yourself Coloring Book Review

Moments Wholly for Yourself Coloring Book by Aeppol
on July 2020
Style: color inspiration images, Contains Extras, Paper: medium quality
Pages: 136
Format: Dust Jacket, Express Bullet Point Review, Glue & Stitched
Moments Wholly for Yourself Coloring Book Review

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Moments Wholly for Yourself Coloring Book – Features

  • The third coloring book by Korean artist, Aeppol in the Forest Girl series. The little dog (what is his name?) continues to be featured in this coloring book offering the colorist a consistent theme
  • Red card cover with silver foiling and partial colored dust jacket
  • Text in Korean and English
  • Pages of illustrations and tips from the artist to practice on
  • The coloring book is divided into chapters, with a different t heme
  • A colored inspirational image with¬† text has been provided for every illustration on the facing page
  • The bulk of the coloring book has been printed on off white, medium quality, smooth paper
  • Each coloring page has a cutting guide printed if you wish to remove the page from the book
  • There are 3 illustrations at the end of the book that have been printed on heavier cardstock
  • At the end of the book there are 3 inspirational colored images that are full page and printed on heavy cardstock
  • A page of stickers that have been die cut are provided for you to color in
  • Illustrations are drawn in a dark grey, with a fine to medium line weight
  • Each illustration has a “hand drawn” feel to it, added texture has been provided on the images to guide shading
  • Artist gives the colorist the opportunity to add backgrounds, patterns and details to the pages if they wish
  • The illustrations have a sweet and innocent feeling to them which makes the book appealing to colorists of all ages
  • Colorists with a minor visual impairment may find some of the small details challenging.
  • Due to the “artistic” look of this book details could be color washed rather than colored in and watercolors could be used (although it is not watercolor paper)

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About Aeppol

Aeppol is a South Korean illustrator and writer. Aeppol is a pen name and the artist does not disclose their real name. Forest Girl’s Diary is a long running project that is updated several times a week with a little short story and illustration that you can follow along with.

About the author


I'm Lea and I love everything to do with coloring! If it is a coloring book, a poster or even a bookmark that you can color in, I'm all over it. Of course, a girl has to have some pencils, markers, gelly rolls, pastels and what not to make those pictures pretty and I love those as well.

Whilst my coloring style lacks skill, I am enthusiastic and focused on enjoying the moment and having fun.

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