It turns out that they have some really awesome digital stamp and clear stamps. I've always loved the idea of digital stamps since I heard about them in my Copic certification class but I've never actually bought or used one...until now. I found this really cute stamp that I just had to have called Bloom Mae.
Isn't she the cutest thing? I think she's just fabulous. The digi stamps come with both a JPEG and a PNG file. I used Photoshop to downsize the stamp to the size that I wanted to use. I printed her out and let the ink set over night. Then I colored her using Copic sketch markers and cut her out.
Here's the list of what I used:
Skin - E000, E01, E11
Hair - E51, E35, E25, E29
Dress - BG11, BG13, BG34
Flower and Trim on Dress - RV11, RV19, RV34
Flower stem - G21, G24
Eyes - BG11, BG13
On a side note; I have found out that HAMMERMILL Color Copy Digital Cover 60lb is very Copic marker friendly. I think that it colors very similar to the actual Copic paper. That is if you can find it. I have a very hard time finding the paper where I live and often times have to order it.
What does this little stamp have to do with a sketch book or my love of making books? Well stay tuned my next post will show you just exactly what I was able to do with little miss Mae.