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Die Natur fasziniert uns immer wieder mit ihrem unendlichen Reichtum an Tier und Pflanzenarten und mit ihrem schier unersch pflichen Fundus an Farben, Formen und Mustern.In diesem Buch mit vielen wunderbaren Zeichnungen aus dem Tier und Pflanzenreich l sst uns der bekannte englische Illustrator Richard Merritt in diesem Formenreichtum der Natur schwelgen und beim entspannenden Ausmalen zur Ruhe kommen W hrend man die filigranen Bilder nach dem pers nlichen Geschmack und ganz frei von Regeln ausmalt, kommt die eigene Kreativit t in Fluss und l sst so farbenfrohe Kunstwerke voller Leben entstehen.Dazu ben tigt man weder irgendeine Begabung oder besondere F higkeit noch viel Material Schon ein paar Buntstiften gen gen, um sich beim entspannten Ausmalen ganz im Zauber der Natur zu verlieren....

Title : Abenteuer Natur: Inspirierende Motive zum Ausmalen
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ISBN : 9783862303786
ISBN13 : 978-3862303786
Format Type : PDF
Language : Deutsch
Publisher : Christophorus Verlag Auflage 1 3 April 2017
Number of Pages : 64 Seiten
File Size : 681 KB
Status : Available For Download
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Abenteuer Natur: Inspirierende Motive zum Ausmalen Reviews

  • Lynda Friedrich
    2018-11-23 15:50

    Firstly let me say that I have The Menagerie and The Aviary colouring books from the same author and absolutely love them but this book is a disappointment . Don't get me wrong the illustrations are gorgeous and I couldn't wait to start colouring there is a wide selection of animals, birds and sea creatures all up to the standard that you would expect from Mr. Merritt. However that is where the pleasure stopped for me. When I started to colour my first selected picture, the turtle on the last page, I soon realised that the paper quality is terrible. The paper is thin and doesn't take up the colour very easily. I use Faber-Castell Polychromos pencils and found that I had to press really hard to get a decent covering and blending was also a problem.Because of these two factors I found that the reverse side of the paper showed the coloured picture, which was slightly raised, and I think I will have to put a thick sheet of paper between other pictures to stop imprinting on the underneath one. I also find the size of the pictures too small and prefer the larger format of the Menagerie and Aviary, but that is down to personal taste and I'm sure many people will like the fact that it doesn't take long to complete a picture. If the author ever does read reviews here I would beg him to consider a re-print in the old format and paper quality as it's a shame to ruin such good illustrations. I also noted that this book costs more than the other two, OK you get more pictures but sadly the quality is not there.

  • ColouringInTheMidstOfMadness
    2018-11-25 13:06

    This review is taken from my blog where I review adult colouring books from a mental health perspective, more images from inside the book can be found there. I received a copy of this book from the artist, I was not obliged to provide a review.This book is 22.5cm square, a little smaller than the bestsellers, paperback, with thick card covers that are double-thickness and open out to reveal pairs of animal images at the front and back that are contained within the book. The covers are soft-feel and have gold foiling accents on both the front and back images. The spine is glue and stitch bound so it’s durable but a little tight, however this will ease up with use. The formatting inside is different from Tierzauber and this time the images are printed single-sided and all are perforated meaning they can easily be removed for colouring or framing but these perforations are quite subtle and therefore the pages will only come out if you remove them, not accidentally.  The paper is bright white, medium thickness with a bit of tooth, you can get a few layers with pencils but it’s a little tricky to blend and shade, water-based pens do shadow but this isn’t a problem due to the pages being single-sided and you could use alcohol markers as long as you put some protection behind the page to avoid bleed through. The 27 images are of a huge range of exotic and unusual animals including Mandarin Ducks, Warthogs, Humpback Whales, a Bushbaby, Bison, Grasshopper and loads more. Everything is pictured from insects to sea creatures, land mammals to tree inhabitants, birds to reptiles and everything in between. So many things from the animal kingdom are pictured including lots of animals that aren’t often found in other colouring books.In terms of mental health, if you love animals, or at least love colouring them, then this book is sure to help! I have always found Richard’s illustrations wonderful for my own mental health because there are so many small sections to colour and really focus your mind on which is ideal when I’m very anxious and need to get out of my head. The images are all filled with lots of patterns creating small sections that you can colour within or colour over and leave as texture behind your work so although this book is very intricate and detailed, it doesn’t have to be used in that way so it’s ideal for almost anyone, regardless of vision or fine motor control depending on how you wish to use it. The line thickness is consistent throughout and is medium/thin so again, it’s suitable for almost anyone but not those with particularly poor vision or dexterity. Unlike in The Menagerie series, there is no added colour so you’re free to add your own backgrounds and colour schemes to every image. While a number of the animals are featured in the Menagerie series, they are all drawn differently (see comparison photos below) so you won’t be getting any duplicates if you want copies of both. Images of nature and animals are fantastic for calming you down and these images are particularly good because there are so many sections to attend to. The size of the book means the pages are a bit more manageable which is great for those of you with poor concentration as these pages will take less time to colour than The Menagerie which is much larger. While these illustrations are all of realistic animals, the patterns within allow you to use natural or totally outlandish colour schemes as and how you wish and both will look equally fabulous! The images are really cohesive and great fun to colour and they would look amazing removed from the book and framed for a really funky office or a cutesy nursery.I would highly recommend this book to people who love colouring animals, to fans of Richard’s work and The Menagerie or Art Therapy series, and to anyone who likes intricate and detailed images. This is a beautiful book with fabulous and unusual imagery, even the inside and outside covers are colourable with alcohol markers so this book is a true example of a fully colourable colouring book.

  • Lynda Friedrich
    2018-11-10 09:46

    Firstly let me say that I have The Menagerie and The Aviary colouring books from the same author and absolutely love them but this book is a disappointment . Don't get me wrong the illustrations are gorgeous and I couldn't wait to start colouring there is a wide selection of animals, birds and sea creatures all up to the standard that you would expect from Mr. Merritt. However that is where the pleasure stopped for me. When I started to colour my first selected picture, the turtle on the last page, I soon realised that the paper quality is terrible. The paper is thin and doesn't take up the colour very easily. I use Faber-Castell Polychromos pencils and found that I had to press really hard to get a decent covering and blending was also a problem.Because of these two factors I found that the reverse side of the paper showed the coloured picture, which was slightly raised, and I think I will have to put a thick sheet of paper between other pictures to stop imprinting on the underneath one. I also find the size of the pictures too small and prefer the larger format of the Menagerie and Aviary, but that is down to personal taste and I'm sure many people will like the fact that it doesn't take long to complete a picture. If the author ever does read reviews here I would beg him to consider a re-print in the old format and paper quality as it's a shame to ruin such good illustrations. I also noted that this book costs more than the other two, OK you get more pictures but sadly the quality is not there.

  • Angela Wilcox
    2018-12-05 13:05

    Another lovely book from Richard Merritt. This book features lots of different creatures. The book is small than the Menagerie (see comparison photo). It has nice white paper and the pages are single sided unlike in Tierzauber so you could use pens without worrying about the picture on the reverse of the page. The pictures have lots of patterns which you could colour as complicated or as simply as you like.