Yep, yep, after much research, and lots of encouragement, I cracked and opened an Etsy store!
This means that a selection of the colouring pages from my available colouring books, and possibly some not found in the colouring book in the future, will be made available as individual colouring sheets on my Etsy shop. So, if you're a pick and choose kind of colourist, who prefers certain types of images to colour over others, then Jenna's Little Shop of Colour should be the perfect solution for you.
So, if you'd like to check out my store, and, ya know, help a girl out by clicking the ole favourite button you'll find on there, that would be awesome. You can do so by clicking on the below image, or via the 'My Etsy Store' tab in the menu above.
After being approached by a friendly colourist* and asked if I'd ever considered doing a greyscale colouring book, I have to admit I hadn't given it much thought. But after some chatting and explorations, I realised it was actually a really fun avenue to explore.
And I explored it so much, I ended up creating my very first greyscale colouring book:
Dive into the world of Grayscale Coloring …
Sounds awesome, right?
And what's even more exciting is that Fantastical Females will be releasing in JUST. TWO. DAYS!
So, you know ... watch this space.
*Big thanks is owed to Rosemary for all her help, advice, and encouragement in this venture. ♥
Good news, guys! STREETS & HOUSES is now available!
In my last post here, I mentioned the projects I had in the works for the rest of the year. One of those was a Streets & Houses Adult Colouring book.
Weeeeeell, after working since early spring on the designs for the colouring pages, around the many, many, many other projects and real life I have going on, I finally finished them. All pages are COMPLETE! The cover is COMPLETE! The interior is COMPLETE!
The only thing now standing in the way of Streets & Houses being out there is my check over of the proof copy to give it the green light. But soon, my lovelies. Soon, it will be readily available to all.
In the meantime, how about a look at the face of Streets & Houses?