by Jeremiah Ketner
Published by Self Published Style: Digital PDF, single page illustrations
Format: Digital download, Express Bullet Point Review
Enjoy coloring 22 gorgeous sprites by well known artist Jeremiah Ketner.
This post contains affiliate links you can use to purchase the product. If you buy a book using that link, I will receive a small commission. This does not affect the price that you pay. Your support is very much appreciated x
Pocket Coloring Book Video Review
I hope you enjoyed the video review of Coloring Book illustrated by Jeremiah Ketner.
Pocket Coloring Book Cover & Layout
I have been following Jeremiah Ketner for a while now and subscribe to his Patreon program. I’m a fan of the detailed and cute artwork that he creates. As well as his coloring pages I love watching him use watercolors. He makes it look so easy! I knew Jeremiah was releasing a coloring book and as soon as I saw that it was available I purchased it. Silly me, I should have checked my Patreon account first, as his patrons received the book (depending on their pledge level) as part of their patronage.
Jeremiah’s first coloring book is pocket-sized in A5 format. At the time of writing, is only available as a digital download/pdf file. Personally, I’m a fan of downloads as I am running out of room for physical books and I like being able to choose the paper and pages that I print out.
Jeremiah illustrates gorgeous little faces of little girls that have a Kawai style. Each drawing features a lot of detail and definition making it easier to color especially for beginners. The faces also feature other elements to color including hair accessories, partial clothing, and flowers.
The faces have all been illustrated with different profiles, face on, side on, wide-eyed and eyes closed. This gives the colorist a wide variety of different poses to practice adding shadows and other coloring techniques.
As the artwork has been drawn in a thick black line it is very easy to see. This makes the artwork suitable for colorists with a minor visual impairment and new colorists.
All of the illustrations have been well centered and positioned on the page.
Rather than producing a full A4 sized page illustration, the artist has elected to use A5 imagery. The A5 size seems very manageable with the amount of artwork that is on the page. It does not feel too detailed or overwhelming
Where to buy Pocket Coloring Book by Jeremiah Ketner
Subscribe to my YouTube channel and never miss a coloring book review.
Happy coloring x