Hein (fub) wrote,

  • Mood:

Stamp art

I've become pretty proficient with carving stamps, but designing the art myself is (still) beyond my grasp. As such, I'm always interested in finding suitable art to use -- preferrably rights-free or at least under a license that allows using the image.

As to finding stuff, Google Image Search is really good -- it has an option to search for 'line art' specifically. That gets you all sorts of black-and-white art on a certain subject. Excellent inspiration, and if you see something that's interesting you can see it in context and see what license it's published under.
Another good source of royalty-free images is Project Gutenberg. The advanced search interface can be used to search for image files as well!
Tattoo designs, spraypaint stencils and pumpkin carving patterns are quite good for offering vivid black-and-white art as well.

  • Expanding my network

    I haven’t been posting here that much — partly because I don’t have much to say. But I haven’t been off the internet, of…

  • Things that happened this week

    A power interruption. We had gotten a letter from the company that manages the power lines that they’d be working on the infrastructure on…

  • The Forest Shrine released!

    In the early stages of 2020, I released my scenario The Secret of Cedar Peak, a scenario for fifth edition Dungeons & Dragons. I had a sequel…

  • Post a new comment


    Anonymous comments are disabled in this journal

    default userpic

    Your reply will be screened

    Your IP address will be recorded