Art Nouveau Pumpkin digistamp to color, print, for cards + more (line art by Kir Talmage)
This is a digital file
For want of a better title, this is an Art Nouveau Pumpkin (kind of).
Print this to color, or digitally shrink it into a digital stamp to embellish cards! Perhaps you'll use it as an outline for embroidery and crewel work, or printed lightly on heavy paper for painting! Try combining it with your own work on a greeting card, on fancy paper for a scrapbook, or print it tiny for gift tags.
The download is a set of files in two formats: JPG (white background) and PNG (transparent background). The files are 900 x 900 pixels, and should print 3 inches x 3 inches at 300 dpi unless you make it smaller. It may pixelate if you go much bigger, unless you print at 150dpi instead. The photos show the line art and a partially colored example. Your files will be black and white only; your download will not have the watermark nor the borders.
When you buy this digital stamp, you agree that :
* You may print and color it as often as you like for yourself: paper, fabric, metal, whatever!
* You may use both colored or uncolored prints on cards or small handmade items to keep, use in additional art for yourself or to give away
* You may color it digitally as often as you wish
* You may print a few for friends or social groups to color
* You may use it as an embroidery pattern
* You may rotate, flip, and resize the image
* You will not remove any part of it that shows my signature
* You may ask me for more permissions
You also agree that:
* You will NOT sell anything that you make with this stamp — not collage art, no print-on-demand, no craft shows, etc. — unless you have a licensing agreement from me in writing.
* You will NOT share, give, lend, or redistribute the digital files in any way
* IF you post images of your work online, you agree to give credit to me and link to one or more of my websites (https://www.etsy.com/shop/StudioMetasilk or http://www.metasilk.com).
If you follow the terms of the Creative Commons licensing https://creativecommons.org/licenses/by-nc-sa/4.0/ but without the sharing bit, we're probably fine.
I always love to see what people do with these!
The story behind the art:
This illustration is thanks to an Ellen Million Sketchfest prompt in October 2015. As things do, it went through some changes from rough pencil to ink! You can find that rough pencil both at Sketchfest #68 and on my Whimsical Dreams Art page on Facebook, in the INKtober 2015 photo album. I am still working out the best way to get from ink to downloadable, but I think I have it with this one (but where did I put my notes??) I was encouraged to get this to digital form by a fantastic woman who works to combat invasive species (among other things). Thanks, ES!
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