Wow, it's been months since I've posted in this blog! I've been busy working on keeping up with school and work plus opening my own shop at etsy: Greenleaf Arts - there are only three things in the shop right now, but I'll be adding more by the end of the week. In the mean time, I've discovered how fun stamp carving is. I'm building up a nice collection of stamps and they're much cheaper than buying professionally made stamps. The two in the picture above were gifts for some friends.
I really like those. I haven't done stamp carving since high school.
comment by Cellissimo Wednesday January 11th, 2006 02:36 AM
Wow! I'm so glad everyone liked my stamps! Thanks for all of the lovely comments - all of you have made my day! :-)
I think I'll post a little stamp carving tutorial later in the week. Sixleaf - I used Speedball's lino cutter and an eraser block from Mastercarve. Some people can carve stamps with an exacto knife, but I haven't mastered that skill yet. I need the different nib sizes from Speedball!
comment by Haokip Thursday January 12th, 2006 12:43 PM
Those are great! Hehehe, is that Wonder Woman? Cool! :D
comment by di0nne Thursday January 12th, 2006 03:27 PM
Love the stamps! Wonder Woman is particularly rad :-D
comment by artgeek Thursday January 12th, 2006 07:02 PM
I am ridiculously into your WonderWoman stamp.
comment by Cellissimo Thursday January 12th, 2006 09:31 PM
yes - that is wonder woman! She's awesome! I think Joss Whedon (the guy behind the Buffy tv show) is going to be making a Wonder Woman movie! Speaking of Buffy, I think Spike would make a great looking stamp....
comment by jojo9 Friday January 20th, 2006 11:27 AM
Oh Spike! If you ever make one of him *please* post the results.