Saturday, 3 September 2016

Book Review: Animals by Georgie Woolridge

I have been sent a colouring book to review and it's rather delicious.



It's called 'Animals' by Georgie Woolridge.

Georgie is a Cheltenham-based artist who went to Mumbai in India for a design placement after studying at Loughborough University. When this came to an end she 'then went on to travel around the world. Places included Thailand, Vietnam, Singapore, Australia and New Zealand.' She says 'I think this gave me the break I needed to really think about what I wanted to do in the long run. I arrived back in England and I just started to draw.' (Source)



When I received this book I was kindly sent three PDFs of animals from the book to play with by the publisher. I used a mixture of felt tip brush pens and watercolour pencils to create my probably unique picture! The spaces to colour in were just right for me, not too small to squeeze my concentration but not too big either.



This shaggy lion is one of the animals which have been coloured in to tempt you.



There are 37 animals in total to colour, which I think will keep you going for quite a while.



If you would like to purchase the book or one of her other mindful colouring books here are the places to go:

Your local bookshop

Amazon UK

Amazon US

Waterstones


Thanks to Modern Books for sending me this book.
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