Art Of Coloring: Rogue One: A Star Wars Story Review
“Art Of Coloring: Rogue One: A Star Wars Story” is essential for fans of coloring books.
The Disney/Lucasfilm Press published “Art Of Coloring: Rogue One: A Star Wars Story” is one of many “Rogue One: A Star Wars Story” tie-in books that have been released in connection with the film’s release back on December 16, 2016. Like with most themed coloring books these days, this one contains stand-alone images for fan favorite characters like K-2SO, Jyn Erso, Darth Vader, Chirrut, and Death Troopers, vehicle sketches for the Tie Striker, AT-ACT, U-Wing among others, patterns that feature everything from helmets to X-Wings, and 1 or 2 page snapshots of moments from the film, trailers, or publicity stills.
I may be biased as a “Star Wars” fan, but of all of the coloring books I have reviewed, this one is the best. Not only is it a bargain for the $15.99 list price, but it’s also one of the thicker coloring books I have seen. There is a ton of content here to go to work on with your colored pencils or markers. If you’re looking for something more simplistic you can color one of the many patterns. If you’re looking for something more complex, you can tackle a piece that features the inner workings of the first Death Star.
I would love to give props to the artists who worked on this particular release, but alas, there are no credits anywhere to be found in the page. Regardless, it should be said that the characters, ships, and, well, everything are incredibly well drawn and look near identical to what is seen in the film. Every image featured in these pages is detailed and of the highest quality.
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