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Color Your Own Classic Movie Posters

by Dover


Thirty vintage movie posters – as famous as the films they depict – include classic vignettes from Singin' in the Rain, King Kong, Casablanca, The Gold Rush, Wizard of Oz, and Frankenstein. Budding artists can reproduce these famous illustrations in their original hues or create their own exciting blend of colors.

Book specifications: paperback, 32 pgs., 8 1/4 in. x 11 in.
Publisher: Dover, 2006.

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I found this book completely by accident while "shopping" here, and had to get it-I'm a movie buff, and this book did not disappoint! I love that full-color pictures are also included so I have an idea...[more]

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Rated by: Anita V. in Beulah, ND
I found this book completely by accident while "shopping" here, and had to get it-I'm a movie buff, and this book did not disappoint! I love that full-color pictures are also included so I have an idea how to color them with markers or pencils-great price too!
Rated by: Tara H. in Davis, CA
The nostalgia in this book has made me rush out for movie after movie that I haven't seen for years. Truly a great coloring book!
Rated by: Stephen B. in pyong tek, AP
An absolute for the movie fanatic.
Rated by: Nettie D. in Mountain View, CA
As a longtime movie fan I have great enjoyed getting creative with these renderings of some of the best classic posters. All the drama of contrast, color and line movement are there to have fun with. I use markers and the colors are vivid when I want that. My only complaint is the sometimes reduced resemblance of the drawing to the movie stars. Keep up the great work! Your books fill a great deal of my time, and I learn much from them---from history to nature, to my favorite fashions and entertainers.

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