Adventure deep into a forest to discover the joys and mysteries lying at its heart! This fantasy coloring book tells a story from start to finish. There are twelve PDF pages in all, with themes varying from bugs and birds to gnomes and castles. The complexity of the designs varies from page to page as well. View the pages individually by clicking here.
Fantasy Coloring Product Details:
This is a digital download coloring book split into two PDF files, containing a combined total of 12 mandalas, with one mandala per coloring page. The files are available for download upon purchase. Each coloring page is sized to fill an 8.5×11-inch sheet of paper with half-inch margins. They’ll print just fine on other standard sizes, like A4 paper, as well.
All 12 of these mandalas were digitally designed from scratch by Candy Hippie, then touched up further to create perfectly clean and professional images with no smudges, sketch lines or other unwanted marks.
Tips for Printing this fantasy coloring book:
Print using a laser printer to prevent smudging during coloring, especially if you’ll be using ink or paint rather than colored pencils or crayons. You may want to print on card stock rather than plain paper to prevent your pigments warping or bleeding through your page.
Please do not sell the PDF files you buy from Candy Hippie and do not sell printed copies, or use the image(s) for any commercial use. You are welcome to give printed copies of Candy Hippie coloring pages unaltered to people you know as gifts, but the artist requires that you please do not give away copies of the file itself. Thank you very much for understanding! ^_^
Words on the Forest:
“Come to the woods, for here is rest. There is no repose like that of the green deep woods. Sleep in forgetfulness of all ill.”
― John Muir
“Every blade in the field – Every leaf in the forest – lays down its life in its season as beautifully as it was taken up.”
― Henry David Thoreau
“I’m always astonished by a forest. It makes me realise that the fantasy of nature is much larger than my own fantasy. I still have things to learn.”
– Gunter Grass