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a Psychedelic Middle Class Victorian Parlour

5 May, 2010

I took creative license with this colouring book.

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And than I got bored, and gave up.  One must appreciate how unbelievably intricate these drawings are – How can a child be expected to have the stamina, attention span and dexterity to colour in each flower pedal on the chair?  Others in the book are even more difficult.  I would almost rather work in this factory than colour it (not really):

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2 Comments leave one →
  1. John permalink
    14 May, 2010 4:11 am

    I like the subtle coloring of the lady’s dress.

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