Saturday, July 27, 2013

Artist's Play Room #68

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For such a long time I've wanted to make a coloring book. I've seen so many new ideas on Etsy that aren't the usual simple drawings. I think the simplicity can be gorgeous and probably more difficult that I imagine but there's also truly complicated coloring book pages that break all the unspoken "rules". Here are some examples. I thought I'd love to see what you all come up with! Can I ask that you show the black and white version on your blog along with the colored version if you decide to color in the page yourself? I can't wait to see what you all do! 


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  1. The challenge fits so perfectly with the artwork I have just an hour or two posted on my blog for the artful ReadersClub. So I hope you don't mind me doubling up on this, and APRbloggers might also enjoy the review.
    The three samples are gorgeous, and I love linework like this above any other art except prints.

  2. Loved color books as a kid, still love them now.


  3. I'm a bit confused. I know the challenges are meant to be fairly loose and promote outside the box thinking, but some of the submissions for this week, while nice pieces in themselves, seem to have no connection at all to the theme, and some ignored the request to post the uncolored work.

    I enjoy participating in APR when I can, but sometimes I've held off sometimes because my work that week didn't tie in with the week's theme. Should I post these pieces anyway?


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