Wonder how easy it is to rubber stamp a notebook accurately.
about 2 years ago
No need for precision accuracy it is a rubber stamp. Awesome illustration.
use some type of spacers, like large books and notecards, rubber-band them all together, then you should have a little slot after some measurements and you would just press it down into the hole.
I used to work in a t-shirt shop. I would use vintage printing for my moleskines. It looks so awesome. http://dfuzer.com/wp-content/uploads/2011/05/cheese-passport.jpg
Ok I pulled the trigger. Rubber stamps and moleskines ordered!
stamps are tough, but yeah- accuracy isn't needed
Yeah, I don't want them to be PERFECT-perfect. Just enough human error that it looks hand-done.
We use stamps all the time and they looks sick. DEF do the stamp option with this. It will be amazing!
re: 'Just enough human error that it looks hand-done' with stams, if you try to do it 'OCD perfect' you'll get that barely-there hand.
Love the narrative in that illustration! Love your style ; )
You could do it... you would just need to register up the stamp. Might take a few tries!
I keep clicking on this to look at it cause its so sweet.. good job :D
i like your style and your ability to combine abstract thinking with real ideas :)
Love the shapes you draw!
by Ryan Brinkerhoff
The stamps worked!
about 2 years ago
Great looking composition, and I really dig the abstract style!
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