Months ago, after reading an article about rubber stamp carving in an issue of Uppercase magazine written by Geninne Zlatkis and subsequently reading her tutorial and watching her video, I decided finally (when I was supposed to be doing something else) to have a go at rubber stamp carving. Spur of the moment is always a good way to go, so I just got out the Moo carving block I had bought a while back, my new Speedball cutter and got on with it.
It was an interesting experience, having only prevously done lino cutting and been used to the requisite pressure, I was not entirely prepared for how easy it was to cut, like butter really, so I realised a very light touch was needed indeed. It was a lot of fun, and I had a little stamp finished quite quickly. Above are my results, and not to shabby if I may so myself, though lots more practice is needed