Coloring Pages For Kids - Movies, TV and Animated Books Characters
There is a special charm in giving to paintings that have only a black border and white filling, new colors and life.
When painting a painting, there is a freedom to give it colors according to the choice and mood and turn it into another creation. Emotions and moods can be expressed through the painting of a painting.
"A box of new crayons! Now they’re all pointy, lined up in order, bright and perfect. Soon they’ll be a bunch of ground down, rounded, indistinguishable stumps, missing their wrappers and smudged with other colors. Sometimes life seems unbearably tragic." ~ Bill Watterson
There is a magic between the covers of coloring books, a kind of magic that can take us into a million worlds. Coloring books make us all artists. We decide whether to be Rembrandt with his realistic colors, or Picasso with his quirky cubist designs and surrealistic colors.
The first coloring book was printed in the late 19th century by the McLoughlin brothers, and it was called "Little People - A Drawing Book." From that moment on they continued to produce books of this kind right up until the 1920s, when they joined the Milton Bradley company. Coloring Books Day encourages the recognition of the long history of coloring books and the joy they can bring to children and adults alike.
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