How can you color in the lines when there are no lines?
Here is how:
There are pictures hidden in the white space. You can make the pictures appear by scribbling over them. Or you can draw carefully.
The pointier crayons draw smaller and darker than the blunt crayons. The little circle over the crayon is black if you are over a line, and blue if you are not.
Pick colors from the color crayon box. Colors are dark at the bottom and light at the top.
There are six different pictures. The pictures are from History of
Four-Footed Beasts by Edward Topsell (1607). For more information, put
for 'Topsell' in your favorite search engine.