So, stampy girls...Here is a question for you. I have more stamps to draw up tonight...and I love when Karen (from Sugar Nellie) says do whatever...because I have tons of ideas in my head, and it gives me a chance to put them on paper. (Obviously, it is always easy to send her images from my Etsy store...but I prefer the freedom and excitement of drawing up something new.:)
I already have over half of my stamps completed for this month's batch...but I'd like to include a couple sitting poses. I know my hippie chick is one of the favorites...she is easy to color and fills a space up nicely...
Take a look at the poses below...Don't concentrate too much on the girl...or the personality...but just the *position*...Which do you like best for a stamp?...I already have a character or two in mind-- but I'd like your opinion as far as design, too...since I'm happiest when you are happy:)
1.Got this purdy girl from the Victoria's Secret website. (And darn it...I ended up finding a really cute pair of summer shoes-- so this one cost me some muno:)...Anyways, she is my personal favorite...Could just be cuz she is my favorite VS model, too:)...Don't be led astray like me girls-- pick based on pose:)!!
2. I just like the comfy-ness of this pose...It reminds me of how a girl might sit who is daydreaming...or thinking of a boy she likes:)...I probably couldn't sit like this if I wanted to now...I am so un-stretchy!
3. I like this sitting position because it is a totally different perspective than anything I've done so far for stamps...
4. My other favorite.
5. Wrapped up legs. Cute for stripped socks or pretty shoes!
6. And final girl...I could do killer shoes on this one. What would you like to see on a pair of shoes, while we're at it??...A bow...flower...platform? Any suggestions??
I'd love to hear opinions...This may not be how other artists do it...asking for your input-- but, to be honest, I'd rather know exactly what you want:)...I've had quite a few offers from other companies to design stamps-- but I love, love Sugar Nellie because it is a company that truly values the input and preferences of the crafty girls who buy the products. I am really happy to be a part of the HOS...and feel very privileged to see my girls popping up on blogs across the globe:)...
I appreciate the time you take to leave comments...and will definitely keep them in mind while I draw up a couple more characters for stamps this week:)