Sketching and Inking a Simple Pumpkin in Adobe Ideas for Digital Stamp Line Art to Make Shrinky Dinks!
Today I decided to take a video while holding my iPhone and drawing lol! It probably wasn't the smartest thing to do because it was hard to keep the phone steady and draw. But I think I was able to do a decent job in creating a simple pumpkin to experiment more with shrink art paper. Now I just need to make a sheet of these pumpkins on the computer and then print out on shrink art paper and get to coloring. I may make a few smaller and a few bigger so I can see the shrinking sizes and have a guide. I plan on releasing this template guide a long with a tutorial in my etsy shop so you can then take any digital stamp and resize accordingly and learn how to use shrink art paper and digital stamps!
I REALLY had fun last night experimenting with shrink art paper and digital stamps. I figured out that you can print a digital stamp on shrink art paper! So I did just that and printed out a few designs and decided to color up my latest digi "fall pumpkin". I used prisma color pencils and also the prisma color scholar pencils to color him in. Over all I think he turned out great but next time I want to color with sharpie markers, maybe make him shrink a bit smaller and also put a hole in the actual stem of the pumpkin vs a hole above. I think dangle earrings would be cute to make don't you think? I can't wait to experiment more and today I actually drew up a simple pumpkin design to do experimenting with different sizes and coloring techniques. I just had to take a video of the pumpkin shrinking (you can see the video here), i think it is pretty cool how it does that. Oh and don't forget to follow my 2Cuteink Youtube channel for I plan to be posting more videos.
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