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Madison artist publishes coloring book

Holy sheet! It’s that time of year again — the time of year when, if there’s something strange in the neighborhood, you know who to call. (Hint: It’s a Ghostbuster). Yes, it’s nearly Halloween, and who doesn’t like a little holiday “spirit”? It’s practically a rite of passage to dress up as a ghost to go trick or treating. Who hasn’t draped a sheet with two eyes cut out over themselves, hoping to scare the boo-jesus out of everyone? Yep, pretty much everyone — including, we bet, your little ones. That’s why, in preparation for the big night out, we created some free ghost coloring pages that will help your kids get in the “spirit” of things.

Kawaii characters are pretty easily recognizable. They usually have heads that look just a little too big for their bodies and eyes that look just a little too big for their heads. Kawaii style even leaked into Disney animations, best seen in newer films like Moana or Frozen. Of course, the Disney characters have tons of facial expressions, which most Kawaii characters do not have. Why? Well, it’s a lot easier to project your own personality, emotions, or feelings onto a blank slate of a character — although the wide eyes will always give Kawaii that “cute” or innocent and youthful look most Kawaii followers hope to replicate. It just makes them look trustworthy, good, and kind. Who can fault anyone for wanting that?

Ghosts are pretty much the reason why we celebrate the spooky holiday, after all. Way back when, people believed ghosts came back to the earthly world on All Hallows Eve, making them fearful that they would encounter ghosts if they left their homes. To avoid being seen by these scary ghosts, people would wear masks when they left the house after dark so that the ghosts would mistake them for fellow spirits (because apparently, a mask is the best disguise for not looking dead?). Anyway, ghosts are a vital part of this spooky season, even if they are literally without a pulse.

Conclusion: A coloring book (British English: coloring-in book, coloring book, or coloring page) is a type of book containing line art to which people are intended to add color using crayons, colored pencils, marker pens, paint, or other artistic media. Traditional coloring books and coloring pages are printed on paper or cards.

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