Final preview, the rest will be a surprise for when I am releasing the set :) Enjoy and thanks once more for your massive response!
over 2 years ago
I'm getting a cramp in my hand after clicking the Like button all the time on your projects ;) Can't you do some ugly stuff so I can take a break? haha
Thnx Jord :)
I'm not usually one to call rip-offs, but this is just a little too close for my comfort:
@Patrick :( i didn't see those before, they do look a bit alike
The overall look of a circle stamp is bound to be similar - that's just what they look like!
Great work with these and look forward to seeing the set.
@Thomas: For sure. They both look great. Again, I'm not an idiot that goes out and calls "rip offs" -- that's for bored art directors. They'll both be very useful.
Well, you are a little late to stop me now :) I'm well over 50 stamps by now :p
They are both stamps, but besides that there's no other similarity! and I like Thomas's ones a world more :-)
Love the Expression Engine stamp! You sir, are one of my new favorite designers.
:) thanks a ton Joshua!
Love these! Can't wait to use 'em.
Can't wait for the set dude! They look awesome
Very nice work Thomas! Looking forward for the final set ;)
Just awesome. What a great idea. Literally putting your stamp on your stuff.
Love them! I may throw a little more spacing in-between the "L" and "I" in "flicks" on the Viddler one, though. It's a tricky word to uppercase especially with the curve pushing the bottom parts of the letters together at such small sizes. Just so people don't think you're saying something else!
I love your stamps, favorite!
@Brian: Good point! :)
So, when you're going to release the complete set?
Nice, i like the EE stamp and all the others too, lovely done!
@Mattia: Soon my friend :) You may be expecting something cool for the release ^^
I've just gone all over your work (Dribbble + portfolio), love it all, keep up the great work!
UMM WHERE CAN I BUY THEM OR DOWNLOAD THEM FOR FREE??? :)
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