The coloring book that brings the past back to life! Love old houses and abandoned buildings? Then you'll love bringing these images to life as you color the pages of this high-quality grayscale adult coloring book.
- More than 40 pages of beautiful grayscale images of old, abandoned and forgotten houses.
- Printed one-sided so the colors won't bleed through!
- All images are original photographs from bestselling paranormal author, Rebecca Patrick-Howard
- A variety of houses to color, from small cabins to gorgeous mansions
- Artist watermarks on the back for you to sign and date your work!
- Full size (8.5" x 11"), pure white paper (41 images)
- You provide the colors of your choice-just color over the gray!
Not your average adult coloring book! With these grayscale images artists of all levels of experience are able to bring their creativity to the table and bring back to life the houses that have become forgotten over the years. Full of details, yet fun and relaxing, you'll not want to stop until you're finished. A real addiction!
Simply color between the black and white lines, and over the gray areas as you please. The gray can be used as a guide for shading. All of these images were created from actual photographs, which means there are lots of fine details to make your coloring pages appear lifelike.
As you color, why not reflect on the houses you're creating with your imagination. Who lived there? What were their lives life? How much laughter, love, and LIFE did these places see when they were in their prime? This is a great tool for reflection and meditation as you focus on the fascinating history these pictures provide.
These grayscale adult coloring books are a completely new and exciting way to create your pieces of art. You're not just coloring between the lines-you're bringing abandoned houses to life again! Great for any history, photography, or art lovers.
**Works best with colored pencils but we've also used markers and pastels with these, too. Before publication the author and her family printed off each and every page and colored them themselves to ensure every image was suitable for creating little masterpieces.