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Saturday, April 2, 2022

Book Review: Mythic World Paperback – Coloring Book by Kerby Rosanes

Mythic World Paperback – Coloring Book
by Kerby Rosanes
March 29, 2022
96 pages
Publisher: Plume
From Kerby Rosanes, the internationally bestselling artist who brought you the Morphia series, the next book in his brilliant new Worlds universe. Mythic World is 96 double-sided pages of pure mythical creation that colorists will love.

Welcome to Kerby’s mythic world. Mythic World is a new, fantastic, and super-detailed adult coloring book from the prodigious bestselling illustrator. Colorists will find Kerby Rosanes's new creations to be hypnotic, with spread after dizzying spread featuring mythic creatures, magical landscapes, and surprise after surprise in the details of Kerby’s ultra-fine illustrations. This book blurs the line between familiar and magical, between reality and imagination.

Fans and newcomers alike will be thrilled with this 96-page book, providing an apparently endless coloring challenge for even his most dedicated and enthusiastic followers.

Another Kerby Rosanes coloring book! This is my third one and it's just as beautiful as the others. The theme is mythical creatures. He created intricate mythological creatures from many different cultures. At the end of the coloring book is an explanation of each piece of art. You get to learn while you relax and's a win-win.

I will be giving away this copy of Mythic World Coloring Book during the I Smell Sheep 12th bloggerversary celebration in April. Be sure to check back to enter.

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About the Author
Philippines-based illustrator Kerby Rosanes works mainly with ink, fineliners, and markers to illustrate his "doodle" world. He considers his art as a personal hobby which became his part-time freelance work after being recognized by various design blogs, international magazines, and online art communities.

In 2014, Kerby left his job as a graphic designer from a local company to finally pursue his passion: creating more art for personal projects and for clients while collaborating with other artists, global brands, and design agencies around the world.

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