The new book by the author of the Sunday Times bestseller, Millie Marotta s Animal Kingdom Enter Millie s wonderful world of treetop treasures and discover the birds nesting and flying high up in the treetops, and the myriad creatures found among the branches The enchanting illustrations to colour in range from birds such Major Mitchell s cockatoo and rose robins, to the magnolia warbler, silver eared mesia and whiskered treeswift As well as the beautiful birds of the world, Millie s intricate designs show the unusual creatures residing in the treetops, such as the ian milk frog, the sugar glider or the tree kangaroo Millie s inimitable style is treasured by thousands around the world and in this new, exciting book there are all sorts of creatures and fauna waiting to be coloured in, from tiny insects to winged beasts and scaled reptiles to buds and blossoms The world s rainforests, woodlands and thickets are teeming with life and this book guarantees hours of relaxation and colouring fun....
|Title||:||Millie Marotta's Beautiful Birds and Treetop Treasures: A colouring book adventure|
|Publisher||:||Pavilion Books Group Ltd 7 September 2017|
|Number of Pages||:||96 Seiten|
|File Size||:||787 KB|
|Status||:||Available For Download|
|Last checked||:||21 Minutes ago!|
Millie Marotta's Beautiful Birds and Treetop Treasures: A colouring book adventure Reviews
Ein superschönes Buch mit tollen Grafiken. Ich wünschte nur daß das Papier ein klein wenig dicker wäre, denn leider bluten sogar hellere Farben meiner Tombow Brush Pens auf der Rückseite durch. (Vielleicht wäre da beim nächsten Buch ja was zu machen? (Wink mit dem Zaunspfahl, lol)Ansonsten gibt‘s wirklich nichts zu meckern hier, ich glaube das ist mein neues Lieblingsbuch von Millie Marotta =:))Ich habe hier ein Foto von dem Bild angehängt an dem ich gerade arbeite. Dabei „lege“ ich gerne einen Untergrund mit den Tombow pens ( sieht man noch an den gelben Bereichen) und arbeite dann mit Farbstiften etc weiter. Weshalb es wirklich jammerschade ist, daß schon hellere Marker durchbluten.
Die Bilder sind sehr schön. Wie die anderen Bücher von Millie Marotta schön herausfordernd (keine großen Ausmalflächen).Und im Gegensatz zu einigen anderen Büchern von Millie Marotta ohne Texte auf den einzelnen Bildern (das hatte mich bei einigen Büchern gestört, ist hier aber nicht der Fall). Es ist aber zu beachten, dass Fasermaler (z.B. Stabilos) durchdrücken. Mit Buntstiften klappt das Ausmalen, finde ich aber durch die kleinen Flächen für mich sehr anstrengend.Ich bin jetzt auch Aquarell umgestiegen. Und bin begeistert ! Werde ich so weitermachen.
Wieder ein sehr tolles Buch zum Ausmalen. Macht immer wieder Spaß, tolle Motive. Sehr gute Papierqualität. Sowohl für Buntstifte als auch für Fineliner geeignet.
Amazing coloring book. Many intricate pages with amazing details. If you buy it you won't regret it.
I own all of Millie Marotta's previous animal theme coloring books and some of her postcard books as well. In “Beautiful Birds” Ms. Marotta has focusing first and foremost on various Birds but does include an interesting number of other animals which favor living in trees. At the end of the book, there is a listing of the birds and animals (in page order) with both their common name and their Latin name.As with all of her coloring books, the designs are detailed without being intricate. The illustrations are beautifully done. There are a number of designs that cross over the binding and, in my copy, they line up well but it is difficult to get into the binding area to color. Some of the designs are done twice – on the left side with lots of detail and then again on the right side (facing each other) with limited detail. That way, you can do a lot more blending and shading work, making the design your own.The book is in the larger square format at 9 7/8 x 9 7/8 x .5 inches as are the other books in Ms. Marotta's series. The book cover is very pretty. It has touches of color and gold foil on the front of the cover. You could certainly color the remainder of the design if you so choose. The inside of the covers are plain white and very slick to the touch.This is what I found while coloring in this book and testing it with my coloring medium:Designs are printed on both sides of the pageSome designs merge into the binding and some spread across the binding for a two-page design.Paper is white, heavyweight, slight rough and non-perforated.Sewn BindingAlcohol-based markers bleed through the paper easily.Water-based markers, India ink pens and gel pens leave extremely light shadows on the back of the page, especially dark and very bright colors.My coloring pencils did the best of the various medium, with the exception of Pablo and Irojiten pencils. Most pencils went on well and blended well. I tested both oil and wax based pencils and could layer and blend easily using a blender stick. The Pablo and the Irojiten did well with everything but blending with a stick. I found that wet blending medium worked better for those two brands.
This fifth book of Millie's is exactly what you would expect from her. It is formatted like her previous books and the paper seems to be comparable or the same. She includes a list of which creature is on each page. The pictures include mostly birds, but also other creatures that live in trees such as insects, bats and a snake. Like all of Millie's previous new releases of her art, the pages are double-sided. I expect she'll release this in a delux edition eventually for those who want to use markers or prefer pages printed on just one side. I was thrilled to receive this book a month ahead of when I expected! Another great Millie book!
I have bought all the previous books by this author, I love the art. I noticed after coloring one picture that ink was showing through.. I compared the paper to another coloring book. It seems to me that the paper is a bit thinner.Update... I started coloring one picture with pencils. Given the detail I would rather use pens/markers.
This a beautiful book. If you think it’s all birds and trees, you are in for a surprise. There are lots of other little creatures lurking around in the treetops.This pictures are drawn in Marotta’s usual style, which I think is wonderful, yet each is unique in its own right.
I love Millie's coloring books. With her drawings and my love of birds, I will spend many happy hours in this book.