I was playing around with some some old french type-foundry images (courtesy of a Dover book) and altered an ad for an “artistic printer” with my info.
I like how it looked engraved, and thought it might make an interesting business card, but that would tie up my glowforge for way too long.
Business card-sized leather and wood versions:
So I thought I would try a stamp. Unfortunately I couldn’t use the rubber stamp material I have had laying around, as my neighbor/building manager was in, and complains about the smell from anything other than wood (his roof-mounted ac/fan intake is apparently too close to my roof exhaust output, which is the reason why I have done so little acrylic work, and why I haven’t cancelled my airfilter yet).
so… wood it is. Using a stamp pad, which is wrong. Using a registered base to for alignment, which just feels SO right.
One of these days I’ll get a chance to play with the stamp rubber, I have a feeling I’ll be a lot happier with the results.