As I contemplate rubber V digital, I have now learnt that these are two completely different markets, there are only a few crafters that dabble with both.
We have added several new images to our digi range available HERE
I can see the advantage of an instant fix, you buy it and use it right away, you can re size and flip making your choices as you go. No postal charges and no storage problems. SO there are a few positive points with digital, the negative points are knowing how to use them and desk top publishing, if you do not possess basic knowledge its best to learn first rather than buy and become frustrated with your own lack of ability. I know that spending some time learning photo shop is something that I have to do and do it soon but I am not looking forward to it at all. It also depends on which colouring medium you prefer to work with and that is why stamping will always have the edge, giving you far more choice in which pens and inks you can work with rather that what works with your printer ink.
First and foremost Sugar Nellie is a rubber stamp company but with so much artwork backing up we have released some designs as digital stamps. Have a look HERE
I know have some new designs which we could also release are either or maybe even both, I am unsure about this, let me your thoughts, I need a little guidance here. I have a couple more Sherbet Pips that I may try out on digi just to confirm that the markets are in fact different
let me know your thoughts, you know how good you all are at helping me out :)