Calling all animal lovers—and colorists. I’m thrilled to introduce you to My Itchy Travel Feet’s newest coloring book release: Coloring the World’s Wildlife, A Grayscale Coloring Book for Travelers. Using photos (both Alan’s and mine) from our trips to South Africa, Antarctica, Arctic, South Pacific and North America, designer Carey Ruhl has created a grayscale wildlife coloring book that will make you feel as if you are there.
Coloring the World’s Wildlife includes 36 pages of mighty lions, hulking elephants, ethereal butterflies, waddling penguins, tropical fish and much, much more. Most of the pages in this grayscale wildlife coloring book are closeups, bringing you closer to the animals than you ever thought possible.
Whether you enjoy shading, detailed coloring or simply having fun with colors, you’ll find relaxation within our coloring pages. On the last page of Coloring the World’s Wildlife, we’ve included a gallery page of all the animals in the book, which you should soon be able to view using Amazon’s Look Inside feature. Need help choosing colors? Check out the finished coloring pages folder on Smugmug.
Of course you’ll need a few supplies besides a coloring book. I recommend Prismacolor Premier Soft Core Colored Pencils, a sharpener and a blender pencil. You’ll find everything you need in our Adult Coloring Store.
If you purchase Coloring the World’s Wildlife, A Grayscale Coloring Book for Travelers, Alan and I would love to see your finished pages. So please take photos to share on the My Itchy Travel Feet page on Facebook or upload to your Instagram account and copy me in by using @DonnaLHull. Unsure about how to share on Facebook or Instagram? Email the photo and I’ll do the sharing for you.
We’re proud to add Coloring the World’s Wildlife to our growing collection of adult coloring books on Amazon, including Coloring Glacier National Park and Coloring the West. Not sure if coloring is for you? Try our budget-friendly downloadable Montana Coloring pages that you print from a pdf file.
I’m enjoying Coloring the World’s Wildlife. I know that you will too!