FREE: Hannah Lynn Sample Set from my NEW book release 
"Fierce & Fancy Fantasy Faces Line Art & Grayscale Coloring Book"!
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Hi everyone--thanks for your interest in my artwork! Please enjoy this sample coloring page set from my new book--"Fierce & Fancy Fantasy Faces Line Art & Grayscale Coloring Book" NOW AVAILABLE on Amazon in paperback, as well as PDF download and Artist Edition (coming soon!) on my website 

This book will have BOTH a grayscale AND a line art version of each page, and be released in full size (8.5x11) AND pocket size (5.5x8). 

About The Artist
Hannah Lynn
Hannah Lynn is a self-taught American fantasy style character artist. She grew up in Northern California and has no formal training in art. She started creating art as a way to manage pain and stress, and turned it into a business which now supports her family. She has exhibited her artwork at world-reknown conventions such as San Diego Comic Con and has fans all around the world. She currently resides in the countryside of Georgia with her husband, 2 daughters, and many animal companions, including dogs, cats, chickens, and more!
A note from Hannah: 
Each fan is very special to me. I connect with my fans on a personal level through Facebook and more as often as I can! Follow me on Facebook or Instagram @hannahlynnart to see what I'm working on, or to share your colored pages with me and with other Hannah Lynn fans! 
Hannah Lynn asked her fans on Facebook, "Why do YOU color?"...
  • It helps me relax, focuses my mind, and declutters my thoughts....not to forget the whole collaboration to create something beautiful with amazing artists.
  • Coloring provides me with mental therapy! An escape. It also keeps my hands moving and not stiff. This is beautiful, as all your work!
    -Anne Marie
  • Coloring helps keep my mind off my chronic pain. 
  • I color for lots of reasons. When I was little, I colored because it was fun (it still is). As an adult, it offers me peace of mind, a chance for relaxation, an escape from stress and anxiety, and a creative outlet. 
  • I color for mental health and physical health (chronic headaches).
Check out the entire post on Facebook to see all the responses to this question!