Miss Wah is back with a second volume of the popular Shades of Kawaii Take some time to relax and lose yourself in Miss Wah s world of Cute Characters Shades of Kawaii Kawaii meaning cute in Japanese popular culture offers 22 new original designs bursting with Miss Wah s signature characters From bears with bow ties, to cheeky snails and sweet treats plus much If you are looking for something a little different Shades of Kawaii is for you Created on single pages for you to cut out and keep or frame to make some unique home decor Suitable for adults, teens older children who love to colour in great detail with pencils fine tip markers....
|Title||:||Shades of Kawaii: Volume 2: A Cute Colouring Book|
|Number of Pages||:||302 Pages|
|File Size||:||995 KB|
|Status||:||Available For Download|
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Shades of Kawaii: Volume 2: A Cute Colouring Book Reviews
I recently hopped aboard the adult coloring book craze, and since I am a huge fan of all things Kawaii, I decided to search for a Kawaii coloring book here on Amazon. Shades of Kawaii Volume 1 received positive reviews on Amazon and I liked the uploaded pictures by other users. Since Volume 2 had just come out, I figured I'd skip volume 1 and go straight for this one. I do like the drawings, they are kawaii in a unique way (do you see the cover drawings? Mostly every picture in this book looks like this, in this style with the long eyes). The pages are a good quality and good for using with colored pencils or thin markers. The book is small- it's a square shape, about 8x8, and paperback, with 22 images. Pages are one-sided. Miss Wah gives some suggestions in the beginning as well as some neat ways to share your pics by social media. My ONLY gripe about this book is that every design is pretty much the same. The drawings are all different, don't get me wrong, but each one is done in the exact same way, like a repeated pattern over and over again. I almost think this should have been called a Kawaii Pattern Coloring Book or something of the sort. The page I am looking at now consists of the same panda drawing over and over again in somewhat of a kaleidoscope pattern. The next page is like that,too, except now it's a cupcake repeated, and so on, and so on. Some people really enjoy coloring patterns and mandala-type pictures. I was just hoping more for a variety of different kawaii pictures to color (such as a single kawaii image, like a panda or an animal, then the next page a scene, then the next page patterns etc.). It's all about personal preference, though. I can say, however, that this would make a cute gift for a Kawaii lover. Add some coloring mediums and a little pencil case and you have an adorable gift set. Oh, and this book really is great for a variety of ages. Kids ages 8 and up would probably like it, as well as the adult Kawaii lovers out there, too. I added two photos to this review. One was done with fine-tipped markers (Crayola and Mr. Sketch, believe it or not), and the other was done with a variety of colored pencils. If you use markers, just be sure to put some paper underneath your page so it doesn't bleed through (Miss Wah recommends this, too). I also visited her website for coloring inspiration. I was happy, too, that the black ink on the pages doesn't rub off or smear (I've had this happen with other coloring books) and the pages were a decent thickness. The images are fun to color because it's almost like they come to life once you fill them in!
Like another reviewer, I found this volume creepy rather than cute. I was very disappointed, because the original Shades of Kawaii is one of my favorite coloring books. These images just seemed cluttered and strange. There wasn't really anything in the book I wanted to color. The good news is that Amazon was very helpful in processing a return with me. I would still recommend Shades of Kawaii volume 1, which I found charming, but this one just wasn't for me.
OMG!! An actual Kawaii adult coloring book!!?? I was sold from the moment I read the title. The book has single sided images, so you don't have to potentially ruin another page with another design you like. The pages are made with decent quality paper, and I have used Stabilo, and Staedtler pens and no leakage. The designs are beyond cute, I absolutely love this book so much, I purchased the other Shades of Kawaii
So adorable, adult coloring books are relaxing AF, and this was such a great book to use. The only thing is some of the pictures are super detailed and sometimes kind of abstract, so it's hard to perfect your coloring pattern, but whatevs, this is still a cute item.
It's okay. I ended up giving my copy away. All the pictures were kind of the same, and that was disappointing.
This book is very cute, what really I like about it the most though is.. the cover and the back.. have this strange.., texture feeling to it, it's very.. nice in a weird way.
Very cute drains and I can't wait to color. A smaller book and fewer designs. But very cute kawaii designs. Who doesn't like milk and cookies?
Adorable book! Pics on one side which is awesome! I recommend this book of you like cute pics to color.