Have you ever wondered if I color my own coloring pages? Well, actually, I do. Many of them are line arts that I drew for an illustration or clip art that I needed for a webpage or a story – and this little girl and her pony are in an origianl fairy tale at Demented-Pixie.com. They were created and colored entirely on the computer – digital art.
On my main blog, Foovay’s Cauldron, you can see the Betta Fish coloring page I printed out and colored with colored pencils. This is part of that first batch of ten files I sent to Jim of eBook Connection to create a sort of “test” coloring book. When I got it back, I printed it out. I must say – I was very favorably impressed.
Which nicely segues into my next subject. The poll results are in. Of eleven votes, six said they would buy and download the smaller one subject coloring books even if they were priced at one dollar each. Five just wanted the big coloring book with all the images. Therefore – I am going to create and offer both the small one subject books and the big one. Renaming the files, creating tables of contents and covers will take up all the rest of my day.
Keep an eye on this blog – I’m going to run a nice little promotion giving that first sample coloring book away for free to celebrate making the coloring books available!
If you spend a lot of time looking for clipart, preferably public domain clip art that you can use for your webpages, blogs, Squidoo lenses, and craft projects – I’ve created a new Squidoo lens that is just for you. Public Domain Clipart lists all of my favorite sources of public domain clip art, that I have discovered in hours and hours of surfing for just the right image over the last ten years. Hope it will help you and perhaps save you a little time!
Summer Fey Foovay