Colouring Book “Unwind in the Wild” – Derwent

R170.00

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Artist Sarah Taylor takes you on a wild journey in nature with 88 illustrations that focus on nature’s patterns, wildlife, foliage and more. The acid-free paper is excellent quality, suitable for coloured pencils and other dry media. Read through some of the helpful tips on using Derwent’s colouring pencils and explore the effects of using blending and layering colours in this book. Be inspired to add colour to your day!

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The Derwent Unwind in the Wild colouring book is the colouring book from Derwent in collaboration with artist Sarah Taylor. The nature themed images could be used for art therapy in a way that aids anti-stress and mindfulness and allow for the creation of some truly creativity work.

Inspired by Sarah’s home location of the English Lake District, there is a selection of flora and fauna, to capture the imagination. Coupled with a high-quality finish, the Derwent Unwind in the wilds coloring book makes an ideal gift or even a personal project to increase your colouring, shading and blending skills.

High-Quality

The Derwent Unwind in the wilds colouring book is produced to the same high standard as all of the Derwent products. The coloring book is printed on acid free, artist quality paper, to help you create finished images of the higher order.

Nature Based Images

A range of nature based images inspired by the wildlife of the English Lake District. With a selection of flora and fauna found in the British Countryside, there is sure to be something to evoke memories from summers gone by.

Art Therapy Aid

Colour and relax with individual or interactive designs which are partially completed to give space for you to finish yourself. Lose yourself on a treasure hunt and find the hidden collections within the pages offering mindfulness in an anti-stress environment.

Full Color Tutorial

The full colour tutorial at the front of the colouring book is packed full of helpful tips and hints that help you to create effects and learn techniques such as using a blender.

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