I have made a point to spend more time this year creating. And more time SHARING what I do… That’s where the blog comes in, I guess. I already talked about Lightburst Media’s new Sci-Fi Adult Coloring book when it released this week, but I just wanted to show a few pictures within the coloring book. While I was provided a copy of the book for review, the opinions are my own.
While I love coloring books, and things like Star Wars and Star Trek, I have a fear of space. Mostly, space without established survival parameters. So things like being sucked out into a vacuum (a la Airplane 2) or coming across an alien who wants to kidnap me are not really things I like to think about (I blame the X-Files for that latter phobia). But when I heard about a new adult coloring book with themes like that, I decided I wanted to try it out, if only to show myself that I COULD color in unfamiliar themes and feel a bit better about said themes.
Within these pages, 39 images are presented that run the gamut from classic sci-fi to new, steampunk-esque designs. This book is only limited by your creativity. I was able to use prismacolor pencils (and their associated blender) along with my Wink of Stella glitter pen, Frixion erasable markers and Kuretake Zig Clean Color markers.
Here’s a video of the book, itself:
Challenges: Space Dreams, a Sci-Fi Adult Coloring Book satisfies the following challenges:
LEP Reading Challenge: 44. A book with no words