The first MoonSlayer coloring book arrived! Featuring more than 40 original linearts extracted from the comic pages and illustrations. Epic and tender scenes, dragons, fairies, elves and gods! Even if you don’t like coloring books, this is a great ink illustration artbook of the comic 🙂
The illustrations are printed on one side only for easy removal and display, or use in your personal projects.
This coloring book is, like the comic, +16. The linearts are intended for practising shading and elaborate techniques, with the right amount of detail.
About MoonSlayer, the comic:
When Syrma discovers that she is the victim of a curse that will end her life in a short time, she intends to change her fate. For her there is only one possible solution: defeat the goddess who sentenced her along with all her family. And time is running out. But she won’t be alone. Along with the dragon Menkar, her bodyguard, an also cursed sidhe witch and a banished treacherous god, she will seek the way to survive and change her fate.
Read it here: moonslayercomic.com
First Published, December 2020
VERY PRETTY DRAWINGS TO COLOR. ONE OF MY PERSONAL FAVORITE FAIRY BOOKS. HEAVY WEIGHT BRIGHT WHITE PAPER. AWESOME BOOK.
I’m so happy I decided to order this book! It’s BEAUTIFUL! Beautiful drawings of fairies and mythical creatures. Paper quality is good to me I have no complaints. Colored pencils go down great. I haven’t used any other medium as colored pencils are my medium of choice. Images are single sided. There’s something in this book for every fantasy lover out there. I highly recommend this book for all ages. If you were ever hesitant on buying this book or any of her books don’t be any longer. It is absolutely gorgeous!! I’ve included some sample pages for you to see.
Very pretty fairies!!!
Bought for a gift to my adult daughter who likes to color.
I have looked though it though and think it is very nicely done.
All hand drawn and original!
I think this is a very good book for all who like to color fairies.
All single sided, typical create space paper.
If you put a few pieces of paper under your working page, you should damage other pages.
This should be a typical practice for all books and all mediums anyways.
Looking forward in seeing what she does with these pretties!