Carvings are completed and tested. Awaiting the woodwork for handmade handles.
|Customer's robot design at 8cm in height|
|For fine and tiny carvings, I use Staz On or Versa Fine by Tsukineko.|
For fine and tiny carvings, normal Artline inkpad used in the office may not be suitable because the ink can be a bit watery or runny.
Unlike normal office rubberstamps, with erasers you never now how long it will last, especially when the carvings are very fine and tiny. Rough stamping may degenerate the rubber; carvings chip and fall off, carved surface becomes uneven, etc. It may result in the rubber not picking up sufficient ink to make a good print.
So, a good way to prolong the life of your handcarved eraser stamp is to dab the ink onto your stamp rather than press your stamp onto the ink pad. Watch how to do this below:
So you see, with this method, you can also see the surface that does not pick up ink and address the area effectively. I hope that helps. I apologize for not informing this earlier. Also, for the above I'm using unmounted rubber (no handle). All my stamps come with the wood handle. tq