It’s no surprise that digital stamping has become a hit in the art world. While digital or digital stamps have many great features, they also have limitations compared to traditional rubber stamps. Let’s dive into the comparison and discuss the advantages and disadvantages of digital labeling.
Cheap option – costs less because no processing is needed – you can get very high quality images at a fraction of the cost
Easy storage – Since all images come as digital files, it’s very easy to store hundreds in folders on your computer Searching is easy – just like digital files, you can easily find any digital stamp by file name
Fast shipping and free shipping – there are many online stores for digital stamp images and you will find fast shipping downloads and free shipping – all online Versatile – you can edit photos before printing, resize, and mirror and/or combine multiple photos,
Options and options
You can find lots of free digital stamps online to try before you buy, and you can also find other image resources like coloring pages for kids that work just as well
Environmentally friendly – these pro stamp require no processing and you can always print the perfect image – no waste
Nothing real – you don’t stamp or admire it the way you do with shelves and shelves of rubber stamp blocks. Printer ink quality – Stamp printing means that the quality is completely dependent on the ink in your printer and the type of printer.
Design limitations – Some techniques like heat stress and kissing can be difficult to achieve with digital stamps – you have to find workarounds. Limited work surface – since you have to print photos, you are limited to the printable parts that can go through the printer
As with any art or tool, there is always good and bad. Based on this information, I recommend that you use digital stamping for all its advantages and benefits. As we learn more about this new stamping technique, I’m sure new techniques will be discovered to add to the fun and flexibility of this artwork!
Acrylic stamps first hit the market a few years ago,
and even though they’ve been around for a while, I still get a lot of questions from people learning how to use, store, and care for them. Let’s see if we can find answers to some questions!
Acrylic sealants are usually made of polymer material. The advantage is that they are transparent so you can see exactly where to stamp, easy to maintain as they are not attached to the post like a rubber stamp and very easy to maintain. The downside is that you don’t get as good detail work as hard rubber stamps, and it can be difficult to get a perfectly straight image unless you place the stamp vertically on top of the acrylic bar. The latter usually applies only to long drawings such as diagrams or borders.
What do you need to use acrylic stamps?
Usually a thin layer of acrylic. The frame must be large enough to fit the stamp completely. It’s also clear and for convenience you can keep the bezels flat, aligned and even the thumb bands on the sides. The good thing is that you only need a few frames of different sizes for all your stamps because the rubber frames stick together.