Genres: Adult Coloring Book
Experience the timey-wimey travels of the Doctor moment by moment with this historical Doctor Who coloring book.Amazon •
Inside you'll find the Doctor's greatest friends and foes from throughout all of history, with original illustrations featuring Churchill, Shakespeare, Van Gogh, Dickens, Madame de Pompadour and many more. Color in kings and queens, Romans and Egyptians, Viking villages and erupting volcanoes . . . not forgetting the occasional dinosaur on a spaceship.
With 45 brand new images to color, Travels in Time is a fantastic addition to any coloring collection.
Like the previous, Doctor Who Coloring Book, this book is sewn together and the pages are not perforated. If you want to take the pages out to color you’ll probably have to cut the threads apart instead of using an x-acto knife or the like. Some of the illustrations go all the way to the binding, which was really annoying because I couldn’t finished the full picture.
Also like the previous, the opposite side of each page is mostly blank with only a quote from the show and a small picture of the reverse page. The pages are off-white and thick- but if you want to use markers or pens that bleed, such as sharpies, I’d still use a piece of craft or construction paper to make sure it doesn’t get on the next page.
The illustrations in this book are better than the previous book in my opinion. The scenes are more dynamic and there are less ‘filler’ pages than the last book. There are still pages where parts of the illustrations are way too small to color for my liking. It’s hard to see and even harder to keep in the lines and get the picture how I want.
For the old-school Doctor Who fans, this book contains many more of the classic Doctors which made me happy. Overall, a great coloring book for Whovians.