This ready-to-color collection of 30 full-page designs depicts popular motifs in the best Japanese artistic tradition — from highly stylized creatures of the sea and air to lush blossoms and sinister dragons. A delight for colorists of all ages, a versatile source of inspiration and royalty-fre... read more
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This ready-to-color collection of 30 full-page designs depicts popular motifs in the best Japanese artistic tradition — from highly stylized creatures of the sea and air to lush blossoms and sinister dragons. A delight for colorists of all ages, a versatile source of inspiration and royalty-free art for designers, artists, and craftworkers.
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