I bought Inkjet Shrinky Dinks from Michaels a little while ago and decided to try and make these!
This one curled up a little but the next thing I made was perfectly flat! Depends how you cut it etc (it seems)..!
Anyway, I quite like the outcome! Great quality Sealed it with clear nail polish but I just bought Modge Podge (Matte finish), so I'll try that out next time!
Hope you like it! Opening commissions for these at some point
This is approximately 1" by 3/4"
I'm not sure of prices yet!
Art © Capukat/Celine Chandra Character © Capukat/Celine Chandra
Tablet: Wacom Bamboo Capture CTH 470 Program[s]:Clip Studio Paint (for the art), Inkjet Shrinky Dinks Total Time: 1 hour (or so, for the artwork)
If I may ask, what is the shrink ratio and would one be able to fit a few small charm sized images on the same page? ^^
Did you just print this out and then place it on the shrinky dink paper before putting it in the oven? c:
Yes! It was the shrinky dinks meant for printers
I have this School Tile Wall fundraiser, and I wanted to paint my tile like this picture! Is that okay?
Totally fine by me I'm all for school stuff!
Oo, Capu's tiny [going by the size of the bead-chain]! Cute!
OMFG *O* I NEED TO GET A JOB
These are so cute ill have to get one c:
I must commission you for one of these when you decide to open them as commissions! (skrinky dink)
How much will they be? :3
And could you tell me about shipping info?
Hehe okie dokie!
You know, I'm not too sure yet ;o Since I've only made one..I don't have a good estimate on things like time yet and such so I'll probably make a few more to test it.
Considering material costs and shipping on top of the art done, my best guess at the moment is $30. That would be this size of charm which is probably $15-20 for art, $5 for supplies and $5 for shipping..
I can't say for sure tbh! Could be very different haha from what i just quoted :3
SHOOOO CUTE!! It looks great!!
How on earth did you color it???
Thank you!! <3
I drew it digitally and printed it on!
cool! (but how? and can anyone do it?)
Yea! You have to have an inkjet printer and buy the inkjet shrinky dinks.
Make sure your canvas is 8.5 x 11 inches and set to 300 dpi resolution. Standard print res ofc!
And just draw, you'll have to reduce saturation of the finished piece by at least 50% though because once it's baked, the colors get super saturated. Shrinks to about 1/3 size and yeah
Super cuteeee aaaaaa
Please open commissions soon. ;n;
How do you do the white divider? I could never figure that out. uwu
X3 I will when I can!
But oh, what do you mean by a white divider?
What material did you use? Like for the stuff under the nail polish?
WOW! So cute!! I bet you can't wait to wear that charm!!!