Cats and Coloring: Redux


From Color Cats 2 by Margaret Gates Root.

From Color Cats 2 by Margaret Gates Root.

Since my original post back in November, the number of cat-themed coloring books has soared.

The more I color, the more I love to color and the more I learn about the different mediums – blending, shading, and mixing them, and how they appear on different kinds of paper. Read more of this post

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Cats and Coloring: No Better Combination


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Celica Blue puts her seal of approval on a non-cat design by Kimberly Garvey from her book, “It’s Complicated.”

It goes without saying that many of us believe that cats are the best. But to kick it up a notch? Add coloring.

The adult coloring phenomenon has been sweeping the world. No topic is off limits for markers, pencils, gel pens, and crayons. Mandalas (the original inspiration), geometric designs, scenes from nature, and architecture have all been fodder for colorists. Now the cat has become a whole genre unto itself. Read more of this post

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