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Book Review: Jasmine Becket-Griffith Coloring Book

The subject of today's review is the Jasmine Becket Griffith coloring book. It's a bit different from most of the other books in my collection. Unlike the Johanna Basford books which have original artwork created specifically for adult coloring, this book contains line work that was adapted from the paintings created by the artist. It is quite similar to the Discworld coloring book I reviewed last week in that respect.

Book - Jasmine Becket-Griffith Coloring Book
Author - Jasmine Beckett-Griffith
Description
Jasmine Becket Griffith is an American artist with decades of painting fantasy and Gothic artwork in acrylic. This book contains 55 of her original paintings adapted as line work for coloring in. The book has a dust jacket with a half completed image printed on it. The actual cover of the book is a plain brown card. I actually like this better than other illustrated covers since I don't have to worry about getting the book dirty. There are 96 pages inside providing a lot o…