Trianimal Extreme Color By Number Books
A unique color-by-number coloring book featuring 80 vibrant animal faces designed in the popular “low poly” 3-D geometric style.
Create dozens of beautiful, lifelike animal faces with this irresistible color-by-number book. Graphic designer and illustrator Hope Little uses a distinctive “low poly” graphic style to fashion clean, contemporary three-dimensional designs made up of hundreds of triangles—an approach to organic subjects that gives them a modern aesthetic that is also relaxing to color.
Each picture in Trianimals comes with a numbered color palate that can be used as a guide for consistently creating amazing finished pieces. All are printed on a heavy paper stock to ensure that whatever medium you use—whether ink, marker or paint—doesn’t bleed through. The pages are also perforated, making your artwork easy to remove and display. In addition, some of the pages are also perforated around the image so that it can be pressed out and made into a mask for parties, games, playtime, Halloween, birthdays, and more.
60 cat designs are made up of hundreds of triangles that, when filled in, transform a flat illustration or 2D piece of work into a 3D image. Each page has a different breed of cat from the ordinary to the rare. The color keys on each page allow you to use either traditional colors or bright non-realistic colors for a pop-art look. Some of the cats have quite tiny spaces to color while others are a bit larger. This reminds me of those picture puzzles in crossword books where you didn’t know how the picture would turn out until the end.
Brain Game Color By Number Coloring Books for Adults
Each Brain Games® Color by Number book is side bought spiral and is printed on one side of the paper so there is no bleed-through to worry about. The images are varied in each book with animals, mandalas, home scenes and more. They are relatively simple color palettes with only 4-6 colors being used on each page.
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We think these books are a great idea for those that struggle with color choices, after all, this whole coloring book thing is supposed to be a fun, relaxing stress-free hobby/addiction. Let us know what you think about these books if you have tried them or if there are others that are missing.