New Book Out!

Greyhounds and Whippets: Two:

A dog lover’s greyscale colouring book

There are 36 unique greyscale images based on original hand-drawn and watercolour-painted Susan Alison designs of greyhounds and whippets going about their business. Like they do.

This is the second greyscale colouring book; (here is the first – there is also a traditional line art colouring book).

The paper in this book is 60lb in weight ie crayons and pencils are your best bet for fab results, and pictures are only printed on one side of the paper.

If in doubt about the colours or medium you’d like to use, I have included small tester pictures of each image in the back of the book. I’ve put in two of each so that you can approach the page itself with more confidence when you’ve chosen the colours you’ll be happy using. There is also a bonus pic.

Most importantly – these super slim dogs aim to bring you a smile or two.

Corgis Rule Again!

Corgis Rule Again! is another Susan Alison corgi colouring book that follows on from the first: ‘Corgis Rule!’

There are 45 pages of unique artwork based on original hand-drawn designs of corgis going about their business. Like they do.

The paper in this book is 60lb in weight ie crayons and pencils are your best bet for fab results; pictures are only printed on one side of the paper.

Some designs are 7″x5″, which is a nice size for framing, or for cutting out and sticking to the front of a greeting card blank. There are also some sentiment tags and embellishments for your hand-made cards; some sheets of notepaper for that special person, and a page of bookmarks. At the back of this book are a couple of pages for trying out your colours.

Most importantly – these cavorting corgi canines aim to bring you a smile or two.

There are 45 pages of unique artwork based on original hand-drawn Susan Alison corgi dog designs. The paper in this book is 60lb in weight ie crayons and pencils are your best bet for fab results. (It’s always a good idea to use a safety sheet underneath each page whatever you’re using.)

Pictures are only printed on one side of the paper so that you can remove a page and display or frame it without losing the picture on the other side.

Some of the pictures are cropped and enlarged to make different pictures and provide some less intricate designs, which also allow experimentation with different colouring schemes. Some have been made into 6”x4” pictures – a nice size for framing, or for cutting out and sticking to the front of a greeting card blank. There are also some sheets of notepaper for that special person, and a page of bookmarks that can be coloured and laminated. At the back of this book are a couple of pages for trying out your colours.

Most importantly – these cavorting corgi canines aim to bring you a smile or two.

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