The best Porsche colouring book for the motoring enthusiast
This will make a cracking christmas or birthday gift!
Most 20-year old boys in Britain go out and play football or go and terrorize local shop owners, but not me. I have spent the last few days colouring, but I haven't just been doing any old shading, I have been colouring in some Porsches and here's why you should too.
I have known Robert McGowan for just over a year now and he's a lovely bloke who produces some cracking books. You may recognise his name from other books such as 'Porsche 911: The Practically Free Supercar' and 'Porsche Boxster: The Practically Free Sports car'.
These two books are great if you're a Porsche fan boy or want to own one, but Robert has come out with a new book which he has sent me to have a look at. He tells me it is the most exciting one yet, so let's see what this is all about, shall we?
His new book is titled 'Porsche: The Practically Free Colouring Book For Adults and Kids' and it is the most fun I've had in a while. I am absolutely rubbish at painting but can get away with colouring and if it's to do with cars, then I am on board.
The sketches in this book range all the way from a Porsche 550 Spyder to a Porsche Carrera GT to a Porsche 911 GT3 RS. This book really has it all. In fact, it even has a Porsche spaceship concept which I think is very cool.
I am still working my way through this book but here is what I have done so far. These include a Porsche 924 Carrera GT, a Singer 911, 911 GT3 RS and a 993. I aim to colour in many more but I don't think this is such a bad start, do you?
Don't forget Christmas is on the horizon, so if you think you know someone who would enjoy this, then why not get it for them? It's a great gift and it costs less than £10. It's a no-brainer.