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Custom Stamp Commission ^w^ by XluciferXX Custom Stamp Commission ^w^ by XluciferXX
My etsy: [link]
I didn't list all my stamps in etsy, most of them are in deviantart and all the rubber satmps in my deviant gallery are for sale~

This is a custom stamp commission for :icontoxic-muffins: , design from her too.
Nyaa, had fun carving this >v< Even though my eyes felt like they would pop out any second after a few hours...
And I <3 the colour of this rubber~

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Wow Okay the DD was a total surprise, Thank You so much to everyone > <
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Given 2013-03-19
Custom Stamp Commission ^w^ by ~XluciferXX ( Suggested by digikijo and Featured by Talty )
xxNostalgic Featured By Owner Nov 17, 2013  Professional Artisan Crafter
I love all the detail in this~! Did you trace the entire drawing with pencil to get it on the rubber? That's what I assume you did, judging from how you made a llama stamp in your tutorial, but it looks like it would've been too bothersome. Also, do regular carving knives carve better than U or V shaped ones? I use a V-shaped one to make my stamps, but I'm considering switching to an exacto knife to use for carving x3
XluciferXX Featured By Owner Nov 17, 2013  Hobbyist Artisan Crafter
Hi, yeah i traced everything by hand haha XD 
it really is troublesome though > < but it is fun Llama-Emoji-02 (Blush)
erm, U shaped are for curve lines while V shaped are for straight lines. -> They are used to take a way huge parts of the rubber stamp.
But for carving the lines out, usually we use normal carving knifes... as in, 35 degrees or 45 degrees ones. 
Hope this helped XD 
xxNostalgic Featured By Owner Nov 18, 2013  Professional Artisan Crafter
That's amazing O___O Oh, I've been using a V-shaped knife for everything, since I didn't know that are for straight lines. I should probably invest in a U-shaped and normal carving knife then x3 May I ask how you carved the eyes? They're so detailed~! Do you use a normal carving knife when carving circles into the rubber? I find myself having trouble when I try doing that with a V-shaped knife :/ Also, how big do you usually carve your stamps? Would making the stamp bigger allow for it to have more details? Thanks for all the advice and sorry for bombarding you with all these questions~! >___<
XluciferXX Featured By Owner Nov 24, 2013  Hobbyist Artisan Crafter
Hi~ I only use a 35 degree carving knife for everything and a U-shaped knife to remove larger parts of the rubber. 
It all comes with practice > < the more you carve, the straighter and finer your lines will be  Llama Emoji 03 (Sparkles) [V1] 
erm, i think the size of the stamps depends on what you want to use them for XD 
I don't know why but i tend to carve my things really small orz but then again, i think as a beginner carving them larger 
would be better. small stamps hurts the eyes too >A<;; 
Im totally fine with all the questions! please feel free to ask if you have any more of them, i hope this all helped -w-
xxNostalgic Featured By Owner Nov 28, 2013  Professional Artisan Crafter
Haha I should practice more then x3 Do you happen to remember how big this stamp was? I'm just curious haha ^^ Also, does tracing paper really help with carving stamps? I usually just trace the image right on the paper it is on. Thanks for all the help~! o3o
XluciferXX Featured By Owner Dec 4, 2013  Hobbyist Artisan Crafter
Im sorry i don't really remember > < 
But i think it's the largest stamp i have ever carved lol but it must be within 15 x 15 cm 
I have only used a tracing paper so im not sure if anything else is helpful Llama Emoji 21 (Speechless) [V1] 
But there's really no specific way to do anything so you can do anything that you see fit i guess XD 
xxNostalgic Featured By Owner Dec 8, 2013  Professional Artisan Crafter
Aww it's okay that you don't remember what size it is exactly x3 I'm just trying to figure how big I should carve a stamp of this manga I really love :3 I might try using tracing paper if I'm able to get some haha. What brand of rubber do you usually use for your stamps? I want to experiment and see which ones are the best for stamp carving :iconkittyglompplz:
XluciferXX Featured By Owner Dec 8, 2013  Hobbyist Artisan Crafter
the rubber i use are not branded lOL but i know there's a japanese brand that has lots of cute colored rubber. 
you can try searching on amazon ;D 
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Maiko-Girl Featured By Owner Apr 17, 2013  Hobbyist Artisan Crafter
Thats a lovely stamp,i love the design!
Cobalt-Flame Featured By Owner Mar 28, 2013  Student General Artist
Hi! :dummy:
Your awesome picture has been featured here [link] :heart:
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