Friday, January 30, 2009

Hand carved ship

Once you start carving
it is very difficult to stop doing it :)
I highly recommend it.
I used my trusty Speedball lino cutter
and a Staedtler 2½" × 2½" × ¾"
carving block for this one.
The ships in the background
are from my collection of vintage postcards.

24 Lovely Comments:

Blogger Amy Jane said...

Wow! VERY impressive! I'm still learning to carve and it definitely IS addictive!

1/30/2009 12:12 PM  
Blogger celestefrittata said...

Your handcarved stamps are incredibly neat! Love them!

1/30/2009 12:14 PM  
Blogger Hanna and Daniel said...

WOW! I'm so impressed by your stamps! Very inspiring!

/Hanna

1/30/2009 12:23 PM  
Anonymous Rachael in NZ said...

Beautiful Geninne! You are so neat with your carving.

1/30/2009 1:32 PM  
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1/30/2009 2:38 PM  
Blogger Willow said...

love this one!

1/30/2009 2:38 PM  
Blogger Moose said...

Beautiful and I love sailing.

1/30/2009 3:27 PM  
Blogger pigeon.toed said...

i seriously need to add this to my list of things i need to learn.

1/30/2009 3:34 PM  
Anonymous Ulla said...

very impressive!

1/30/2009 3:39 PM  
Blogger Sam said...

That is so amazing! I haven't got the carving tool yet, but carving stamps is top of my list to try :-)

1/30/2009 4:48 PM  
Blogger Maricarmen Pizano said...

Eres increíble!... Admiro tu talento, tu disciplina, tu orden y todo lo que haces.
Felicidades!

1/30/2009 6:34 PM  
Blogger Atsi-Batsi said...

You inspired me to buy my own lino cutter and try it out. We'll see how it goes ;)

1/30/2009 7:15 PM  
Blogger Candace Trew Camling said...

the ship turned out really wonderful! Its a contrast from the lovely organic shapes of the previous stamp...but both are distinctly yours!

1/30/2009 9:20 PM  
Blogger Kristi said...

Geninne, your stamps are fantastic! Do you mount them to anything for ease of printing? Do you buy extra large stamp pads? I'm so envious of you!

1/30/2009 9:23 PM  
Blogger Veroka said...

Es cierto, cuando empezás cuesta detenerse, a mí también me pasa.
Es una belleza ese barco! Muy lindo, Geninne!

1/31/2009 3:32 AM  
Blogger Tyggereye said...

Very pretty. I've been carving for quite awhile now and it is addicting! I love it. Great ship!

1/31/2009 4:27 AM  
Blogger moxylyn said...

That is a very nice stamp! I have carved a few and used a different kind of block, but I like the ones you have much better. I may try those next.

2/01/2009 5:27 AM  
Blogger beckasharpe said...

You inspired me a while back to make my own eraser stamps, I love making and using them! This design is wonderful.

2/01/2009 6:58 AM  
Blogger Alissa Nicolau said...

You are amazing.

2/03/2009 5:48 AM  
Blogger Bethgem said...

Ships! I love ships! You're rockin' the stamps.

2/03/2009 8:39 AM  
Anonymous zara said...

you're carvings are awesome mine never look nearly as good!

2/12/2009 1:29 PM  
Blogger Rosalind said...

Oh I have been inspired! I just bought some lino recently and some carving tools - I haven't done anything like that since highschool - but I love the idea of making my own stamps. Thanks for sharing your fantastic work!

2/14/2009 5:55 PM  
Blogger hmstrjam said...

this is wonderful, i love it!

3/06/2009 5:20 PM  
Blogger madobe said...

Wow, I am impressed coz it is so clean and your lines are so neatly carved! I need some stamping stuff for my diploma (design) and am searching for some techniques. This is brilliant!

9/10/2010 3:35 AM  

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