Dungeons and Dragons colouring book: monsters and Heroes of the Realms review
This Dungeons & Dragons coloring book from Candlewick Press is not the first Dungeons and Dragons colouring book, but is it worth the amount of money you have to pay to get your hands on it?
You can get the book from here: https://amzn.to/2KoRB6P
The art of D&D has contributed immensely to make the game as iconic as it is. From the Erol Otus covers to the unique art of DiTierlizzy, without forgetting Larry Elmore, Clyde Caldwel, Wayne England, Wayne Renolds, Jason Engle and Todd Lockwood and so many others who have grazed and blessed so many books and adventures.
Nowadays, the therapeutic properties of book colouring are well studied and thousands of colouring books are published every year. From simple mandalas to professional level painting books of all sorts of topics.
With the current COVID19 crisis and so many of us staying indoors and far away from their gaming friends, this could be the perfect bridge to bring our hobby a bit closer and help remain sane during this pandemic.
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