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This is what a Legend of Korra adult coloring book looks like before it’s done

So you can paint with all the colors of an Airbender

Jed Henry/Dark Horse Comic

When you pull a big coloring book down off the shelf to spend some time relaxing — or maybe do a livestream — you’re looking at an intricately lined finished work of art. But of course all those crisp white pages don’t start out that way.

The Legend of Korra Coloring Book won’t hit shelves until July 12, but artist Jed Henry is hard at work prepping its interior for fans of all ages. Dark Horse Comics has given Polygon a bit of a peek of how that work is going, and we’re going to share that peek with you right here.

The final book will include 45 separate pieces of black-and-white art, produced in “close collaboration” with Korra creators Michael Dante DeMartino and Bryan Konietzko. Here are four in-progress sketches of those 45.

Jed Henry/Dark Horse Comics
Jed Henry/Dark Horse Comics
Jed Henry/Dark Horse Comics
Jed Henry/Dark Horse Comic