Fairies to Paint Or Color

Author: Darcy May

Publisher: Courier Corporation

ISBN:

Category: Juvenile Nonfiction

Page: 48

View: 534

Fairies never fail to engage the imagination, and this coloring book promises to please everyone! Twenty-three magical scenes feature fairies surrounded by flowers, butterflies, and friendly woodland creatures.

Fairy Fashion

Author: Scott Altmann

Publisher: Courier Corporation

ISBN:

Category: Juvenile Fiction

Page: 32

View: 662

A magical mix of winged sprites and their animal friends flutter across the pages of this wondrously illustrated collection. Dressed in exquisite designs, 30 different fairies appear with cats, squirrels, birds, and more."

Heart Designs

Author: Wil Stegenga

Publisher: Courier Corporation

ISBN:

Category: Juvenile Nonfiction

Page: 32

View: 864

Cascades of heart designs have been lovingly showered onto 30 ready-to-color pages. Pulses will beat with excitement as vibrant hues are added to a sea of surging, interlocking, spinning — and beautifully rendered — hearts of every shape and size! Each illustration is fascinating and unique...just like love itself!

Grand Canyon Plants and Animals

Author: Dot Barlowe

Publisher: Courier Corporation

ISBN:

Category: Juvenile Nonfiction

Page: 30

View: 206

Thirty beautiful, accurate illustrations of the popular national park's wildlife and vegetation include ravens, coyotes, and lizards, as well as yucca blossoms and other desert plants. Informative captions accompany each drawing.

Manatees Coloring Book

Author: Jan Sovak

Publisher: Courier Corporation

ISBN:

Category: Juvenile Nonfiction

Page: 30

View: 781

Noted for their curiosity and playfulness, manatees favor warm water and long naps. Created by a noted naturalist, this coloring book profiles the biology, behavior, and history of these lovable and endangered marine mammals.

Fairies: A Book of Stencils

Author: Penny Vedrenne

Publisher: Lulu.com

ISBN:

Category: Crafts & Hobbies

Page: 88

View: 743

This book contains four stencils. These stencils were designed for use on walls, furniture, fabrics, canvas.wherever your creativity demands. They can be used individually or combined to create scenes. Just use your imagination and paint ribbons or vines from one completed stencil to another. Fairies (also seen as fairie or faerie) are mythical spirits or supernatural beings found in legends and folklore of many different cultures. They are winged creatures in the form of humans that possess the abilities of flight and magic. They are also able to foresee or influence the future and are most commonly associated with mischievous behavior. Fairies are an excellent subject for art because they are a creature of fantasy and thereby not restricting the imagination of the artist to recreating realistic views and scenes. Fairies can sit on flowers or nap inside of sea shells. I hope you enjoy your Fairy Stencils and create some fabulous works of art with them!

Fairies

Trace line art onto paper or canvas, and color or paint your own masterpieces

Author: Meredith Dillman

Publisher: Walter Foster Publishing

ISBN:

Category: Art

Page: 32

View: 609

Fairies have captivated imaginations throughout the centuries. Now anyone can bring them to life in vibrant color with this delightful trace-and-color guide. Inside, six detailed templates are provided to help the beginning artist get started with a line drawing that they can color or paint in the medium of their choice. Artists can simply transfer the template line drawings to paper or canvas with the included graphite paper. Then, using the color references and tips in the book, they can add color and create their own magical fairy masterpiece! The book includes 32 pages of instruction and inspiration, providing basic information about color theory, as well as an introduction to several different color mediums - colored pencil, oil, acrylic, watercolor, pastel, and marker. The overview for each medium covers the basic tools and materials an artist may need, including what types of paper or canvas can be used and any other special materials, as well as how to use various techniques to achieve effects. From rendering mythical beauties to enchanted backgrounds, art enthusiasts will find everything they need to create their own fantasy artwork. Includes six removable templates featuring detailed fairy artwork and four reusable sheets of graphite paper for transferring.

Fairy House Crafts

Wonderful, Whimsical Projects for You and Your fairy House

Author: Liza Gardner Walsh

Publisher: Rowman & Littlefield

ISBN:

Category: Juvenile Nonfiction

Page: 128

View: 522

Kids love making and creating things, especially fairy houses. Following her best-selling Fairy House and Fairy Garden handbooks, Liza Gardner Walsh presents a new dimension in fairy-themed activities—Crafts! Crafts abound in this delightful activity guide, all focusing on aspects of the fairy house world and with an emphasis on making crafts inspired by nature and with an artisanal quality as an antithesis to the sparkly, throw-away fairy materials inundating store shelves. Simple steps and easy-to-follow directions will have kids and parents creating a wide new range of crafts: Recycled fairy houses Fairy house furniture Fairy clothing Nature-themed gifts Fairy decorations for your room

Fairy World Stained Glass Coloring Book

Author: John Green

Publisher: Courier Corporation

ISBN:

Category: Juvenile Nonfiction

Page: 8

View: 355

Eight magical designs: sprites riding snails, fairies showing off their frocks, and elves doing handstands.

Fantasy and Fairies- a Grayscale Coloring Book

Fairies, Mermaids, Dragons and More!

Author: Molly Harrison

Publisher: Createspace Independent Publishing Platform

ISBN:

Category:

Page: 52

View: 896

Fantasy and Fairies - A GRAYSCALE Coloring Book features the fairies, dragons, mermaids and more! This is a GRAYSCALE coloring book. Some of the pages are a bit darker than others. Grayscale coloring is a nice way to bring full scale images to life using your own choice of color. It is not line art like most coloring books but rather it includes all values from black to white and all the shades in between. Some find this type of coloring intimidating but I assure you, once you find the right medium to use, you will really enjoy it. The key to this type of coloring is to use transparent colors mostly - that way the shading comes through. My favorite medium for grayscale coloring is alcohol markers such as Copic markers and others. Artist Loft (Michael's brand) markers work wonderfully as well. Pastel chalks and colored pencils work well with this type of coloring too. I suggest using colored pencils for coloring over dark areas (transparent markers won't work to cover dark grey or black). I would recommend not using crayons or anything too opaque (except for using over dark areas) because it will cover the shading. If you use markers, please put a piece of heavy paper between the pages to prevent bleed through. Also, this coloring book is not suitable for any wet media such as watercolor or watered down paint of any kind. You are free to copy the pages (for personal use ONLY) and print out on watercolor paper or heavier paper if you like so you can try different mediums. Please see Molly's other coloring books here on Amazon and the PDF versions at www.mollyharrisonart.com.