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By Dot Barlowe

From California's mammoth Sur state to Mount wilderness island off the rock-bound coast of Maine, those appealing drawings seize photos of all issues nice and small. integrated, between different landmark American scenes, are perspectives of Everglades natural world, Niagara Falls, the Grand Canyon, Mt. McKinley, California redwoods, the Petrified wooded area, previous trustworthy at Yellowstone nationwide Park, and bobwhite quail in a Kansas wheatfield.
Colorists of every age will get pleasure from portray or coloring those landscapes, which feature:
• appealing drawings, in particular revealed with gentle grey strains that just about disappear with the addition of colours for a accomplished, specialist look
• top of the range paper, published on one aspect basically and appropriate for watercolor, coloured pencils, and different media
• Perforated pages for simple elimination from the book

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