Mandalas came out a day earlier than planned!
The physical coloring book is available on Amazon.
The digital coloring book is available here and is one sale for the first week.
During breaks from working on the new coloring book, I’ve been creating some digital art for prints. My first completed work is now up on Saatchi!
It was a lot of fun to create. The series is called Tough Nut (I was eating walnuts at the time and the artwork felt a little nutty to me so…)
I’ve already starting working on a couple more in the series.
First five mandalas from my upcoming book are now available for download here.
But if you sign up for my newsletter, you can get them for free!
My newsletter will only go out about once a month, so you won’t be bombarded with emails. Just fun stuff, like new book releases,
chances to join my book review team, and free coloring pages!
I’ve put a design in on Spoonflower for my first contest, the Betabrand Double Take Design Challenge.
It was kind of funny… I was nervous while designing it! But I had fun and I love challenges like that. They push you creatively and help you grow. Plus (in the case of Spoonflower contests) you find out about awesome companies you didn’t know were out there.
A sneak peek at the new coloring book I’m working on…
These things are so much fun to draw. I do like coloring but I LOVE drawing things to color in SO MUCH.
Hence, coloring book artist.
I’m already about halfway done with the designs and am anticipating a September 1st release. If you haven’t already, sign up for my newsletter HERE.
I’ll be sending out a pre-order notice about a week before release and there may be a lovely pre-order special going on. Plus you get a coupon code for some free geometric coloring pages from my first coloring book.
If you prefer digital downloads for your coloring fun-time, sign up as well. The Mandalas will be released in sets of 10 to download from my shop once the files are ready to go.
Large Scale Geometric Designs to Color released today on Amazon! I’ll have the digital book up in the shop soon, as well as some physical copies of the coloring book.
I created the bigger version for three sets of people. First, for those with eyes that aren’t what they used to be. Second, for kids who love to color but don’t have any interest in the coloring books readily available. I believe one of my testers regarded most of the coloring books as being “for babies”. Now this guy is 6, and loves to color. But getting the smaller areas in the original book just made him frustrated, hence, larger scale book. Third, for those who want to do some quick and easy coloring and not get to finicky with details.
All of the designs are from the original book, just scaled or completely reworked to be bigger. Both major test subjects (ie. my mom without her glasses and my son, the 6 year old who wanted to color what Mommy was coloring) approve of the Large Scale version, so hopefully you all will too.