PDub Seal of Approval

Posted by wonko on February 6, 2013 in blarg |

I have been agonising for ages (years in fact) as to the best way of personalising my models, so it is obvious that I folded them.

I toyed with the idea of a Japanese stamp/cartouche/character but realised pretty soon that even I had no idea what the symbols meant. I wanted something small enough to be added to a finished model, that looked like it belongs, that is something about me.

The essence of the idea is that PDub bends paper, so set about designing that, the resultant stamps (I could not decide on which one I liked the best so had both made) are lovely. They are tiny – the resultant impressions measure 12mm x 7mm, will be discrete but there enough I think.

Above is my POINTING FINGER, to give you an idea of scale

Managing ink, getting a good impression etc are all things I look forward to playing with (and look forward to the time when the blue test ink they used goes away) but I think they are terrific. I cannot wait to decide where on my existing models the “PDub seal of approval” will go.

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