Dover Stained Glass Coloring Book

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The key word for these is color! Lots of it and as bright as can be. I found that markers, combined with gel pens for the smaller details worked best, although I did use my other usual mediums, (except for pencils because I didn't think they would be bright enough). This was not a difficult or complicated book, however very young children would probably find it too busy. I looked up some examples of Chinese kites online before I began, and there didn't seem to be any rules as far as color combinations, so it was anything goes. Nice and relaxing, and my pictures turned out quite attractive. As with all Dover's Stained Glass Coloring Books, there are 16 pictures. Here are six for you to enjoy. The pages are not numbered or labelled. Below is listed the mediums I used for each.

Watercolor Pencils
Gel Pens and Markers
Acrylics
Crayola Watercolors
Gel Pens and Markers
Gel Pens and Markers

Gel Pens and Markers

Watercolor Pencils

Crayola Watercolors

Acrylics

Gel Pens and Markers

Gel Pens and Markers

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