Dinosaurs: A Coloring Book by William Stout
By: William Stout
Rating: 5 of 5
The dinosaurs in the designs range from very realistic to slightly cartoon-like in nature. At the back of the book, there is an index of sorts which provides details about some of the dinosaurs. It provides the name and other information including, in some cases, where a specimen has been found.
This is what I found while coloring in this book and testing it with my coloring medium.
Wonderful dinosaur designs based on the artwork of William Stout
Printed on both sides of the page; no two-page spread designs
Paper is medium weight, white, somewhat smooth, and non-perforated.
Sewn binding which can easily be snipped to remove a number of pages at a time.
The designs do not merge into the binding area and have a framing line at their outer edges.
Alcohol-based markers bleed through the page. If you use these, you will have ink seep through and mar the design on the back of the page.
Water-based markers, gel pens and India ink pens do not bleed through the page.
Colored pencils work okay with the paper. I was able to blend, layer the same and multiple colors using both oil and wax-based pencils. Blending was done better with wet blending medium versus a pencil style blending stick as the stick had a tendency to smear rather than blend the colors.