So simple. So profoundly satisfying. Introduced last fall, reverse coloring offers a whole new idea in coloring books and other meditative activities: The book has the colors, and you draw the lines. It’s an idea that truly lets your imagination run free while inviting you to slow down, enter a moment of mindfulness, and let your pen find its way over the page.
Now comes the second book in the series, <I>The Reverse Coloring Book: Seasons<I>, inspired by one of the most enduring motifs in art—how the seasons look and how they change. Created by Kendra Norton, <I>Seasons<I> offers fifty beautiful and whimsical watercolors arranged in a way that flows through the year—spring with its bright florals, summer awash in heavenly greens and blues, the riotous colors of autumn, and the muted, soothing palette of a winter’s day. Each image provides a gentle visual guide for daydreamy exploration. Trace the shapes, draw in figures, doodle, shade, cover an area with dots. Be realistic, with a plan, or simply let your imagination drift, as if looking at clouds in the sky. The creative possibilities are endless.
Images in the book are printed on sturdy paper that’s single-sided and perforated. All you need is a pen.
• Introducing the second <I>Reverse Coloring Book<I>, the creative, meditative activity that turns the coloring book on its head—it supplies the colors, and you draw the lines!
• 50 beautiful and whimsical watercolor paintings that celebrate the seasons
• The creative possibilities are endless: trace, sketch, doodle, shade, cover with dots, make an image or simply let your imagination drift