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Mythomorphia : An Extreme Coloring and Search Challenge - Kerby Rosanes


An Extreme Coloring and Search Challenge

Paperback Published: 11th April 2017
ISBN: 9780735211094
Number Of Pages: 96

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Fans of adult coloring books will love the intricate, imaginative illustrations of Kerby Rosanes, the artist behind the Sketchy Stories blog.

The fantastically detailed style fans have come to know and love through his previous New York Times bestselling coloring books Animorphia and Imagimorphia is back, and just as awesomely-complex as before. Dragons, unicorns, griffins and other mythical creatures morph and explode into astounding detail. Bring each imagination-bending image to life with color and find the objects hidden throughout the book.

About the Author

Philippines-based illustrator Kerby Rosanes works mainly with ordinary black pens to magically illustrate his "doodle" world.

Most of his works are characterized by whimsical lines, patterns, characters and little elements that are spontaneously combined to create massive compositions depicting his everyday experiences or anything that inspires him.



As this is a colouring in book I get hours of fun

Adelaide Australia


I bought two


I have been a huge Kerby fan since 'Animorphia'. If colouring ten thousand flowers or leaves is not your thing, then these are the books for you. While most other adult colouring books cater to women who like that type of thing, we don't ALL like that type of thing. If you're lucky enough to find another colouring book that isn't all about flowers and what not then prepare to be disappointed by sloppy lines that don't quite meet or end up leaving you to colour something that doesn't even make sense! Kerby's drawings are just perfect. I am always able to tell when an artist pencils his lines before inking them, everything is neater and lines up properly, leaving you with a flawless image to colour, I've lost count of the amount of times I've had to draw in lines that other artists have left out. Johanna Basford is the only other colouring book artist that I've come across with such clean lines, but her designs are not really to my taste. I have bought two of each of Kerby's last three books because I like to have one to plan out colour schemes and ideas and one to colour in perfectly after I've used the first to decide how I want it to turn out. I have almost finished Animorphia and it has made a nice coffee table book, friends can come and search through your colourings looking for hidden items and tell you how glorious your work is... which you already know. In my opinion, this book, Mythomorphia, is the best one. It's got the nicest designs, with Animorphia a lot of the pictures were one type of creature and then ten thousand items shoved in its back which actually became a little tedious after a while, this book and Imagimorphia to a lesser extent are not like that. They have a lot of busy drawings that are intricate but not crowded. I am looking forward to spending every spare minute with this book.

Sydney, AU



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ISBN: 9780735211094
ISBN-10: 0735211094
Audience: General
Format: Paperback
Language: English
Number Of Pages: 96
Published: 11th April 2017
Country of Publication: US
Dimensions (cm): 26.04 x 26.04  x 1.27
Weight (kg): 0.5

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