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I don't color as much as I used to because for one, it gives me google
eye and two, I see pictures of the same things on the web that other
people have colored and theirs are amazing and mine are stupid. But, at
least I'm having fun. =)
The first one I colored was the wolf, of course.
decided to start coloring in my tons of books I have while listening to
audio books. I don't much like listening to audio books because I
forget everything, lol. I like listening to them while coloring though,
it's such fun.
The second one I colored was the lion.
have only colored three more pictures in the book. I might do more in
this one later on but these are all for now. I really love this coloring
was a lot of fun coloring these pages. Now, if I can just get up the
patience to color each little piece then I could make them even crazier
looking than they are =)