Thursday, April 01, 2010

Creatures: 2010 Edition

My gig as a rubber stamp illustrator started in 2005 with the release of my very first set: DoodleFactory Creatures. Five years, and literally hundreds of DoodleFactory drawings later, I'm back to the beginning with a new spin on 10 more creatures to add to the DF family.

You can see the full release and all of the StarvingArtistamps.com design team cards at the company blog. Here are my two cards introducing you to Zed, Spinkle and Elbo:



9 comments:

  1. Such darling cards, Irene - adorable cards with adorable stamps! You certainly don't need any help with your coloring, it's excellent. ♥

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  2. Great cards, Irene! I just love these little guys...they are way too much fun to play with! I hope your DF gig lasts another 5 years...for starters.

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  3. I've always liked your card-making style, the way you use colors and patterned papers is so unique and so much YOU! These two cards are lovely! The combination of Zed and Spinkle and that sentiment is hilarious (I might borrow that idea)!

    I can't emphasize enough how wonderful your new creatures are. I've had so much fun playing with them. Yes, I'm in love...and already looking forward to Creatures III (no pressure!) ;)

    Happy Easter, girlfriend! <3
    //Nina

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  4. Thanks for another fun set! You have great style...both in the doodles and your cards!

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  5. Love the new release. These are just adorable.

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  6. Simply adorable! I ♥ your stamps. I had so much fun with them :)
    Thank you
    hugs
    Laura

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  7. Love your cards and LOVE this set!! Awesome job!! I really like how you made Zed look furry!!

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  8. Fantastic cards and I LOOVE the new creatures!!

    Have a great Easter!

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  9. LoVe your cards, Irene! What a FUN set, I aDoReE all the new creatures - congrats on 5 years! So happy you are enjoying your newfound freedom from traffic & being a freelancer. You go, girl!

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