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    Lightbulb Colouring for adults

    Colouring for adults hobby is a BIG thing at the moment, not just for kids. A stress reliever and art therapy and a way of getting off the computer and trying something a bit more tactile. Ironically, I am attempting my own colouring in; this image is from the famous 'The Secret Garden' which is all the 'rage' at the moment. Generally it is a paper pencil pastime. But, I thought I would have a go in Artrage, it's quite addictive.
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    Did you scan the page and imported as layer, or found a digital version already?
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    Last edited by Rondo; 04-06-2015 at 08:26 AM.

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    Hehe, I guess the stress relieving aspect goes up the creek if you put your marker aside and make use of the paint bucket tool. 'D'oh! I thought that was a closed line! D'oh!'

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    Quote Originally Posted by Slap Happy Larry View Post
    Hehe, I guess the stress relieving aspect goes up the creek if you put your marker aside and make use of the paint bucket tool. 'D'oh! I thought that was a closed line! D'oh!'
    Haha...that will teach you for cheating :P
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    and I think I will just go to colouring with pencils cause I just got a new comp with that W8 on it and I hate it

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    Quote Originally Posted by Rondo View Post

    Looking at some of these patterns for coloring, I think some of them would make excellent patterns for canvases. Going to try some of them

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    Coloring for adults

    Very nice app for iPad users - download the free Pigment app

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    Quote Originally Posted by Orkhan View Post
    Did you scan the page and imported as layer, or found a digital version already?
    Hi Orkhan, I found it on bing, there are loads on google too.
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