My tiny holiday Zumba Girls have changed to Winter Girls.
When I'm watercoloring their fashions, I'm reminded of
my hours of coloring in childhood.
Later coloring books were shunned by everyone I knew
as being detrimental to creativity.
Now they are tremendously popular with adults,
& are sold as meditative activities.
Are coloring books good or bad or neither?
My Prismacolors have replaced Crayolas.
Making this chart also felt like childhood coloring days.
I've been thinking about staying in lines, or not,
sharp edges verses soft, tight verses loose.
Punching out colored penciled stars from my swatches creates sharp,
manufactured edges and shapes.
Is this good for creativity, or bad, or neither?
What are your thoughts?