I drew a giant communal colouring map for an event at S brick in Sumoto on Awaji Island, Japan.
Colour was added bit by bit over a few hours.
(dinosaur bones have been found here)
I mostly included wildlife from the island including fruits, vegetables, flowers and trees, animals insects and fish.
We used natural crayons from two places. This first is SHIDO SOIL MUSEUM , which is a beautiful gallery on the west side of Awaji Island. They make these absolutely beautiful crayons made entirely from Awaji Island earth!!! there are so many kinds of rock, clay, earth on this island that they have 5 very distinct and beautiful colours. I just think that is so cool.