So I wanna draw some sticker designs to sell at my upcoming convention because stickers are cool and so is making money, but I’m at a loss for ideas. I’ll be getting 200 vinyl stickers professionally printed at stickermule.com, and to add some variety for buyers I want to do four different designs in sets of 50, but I kind of want a theme, like the four elements or such. I don’t want these to be fandom based as there’s plenty of competitions out there and I want my own original art. I’m going to be selling these at a furry convention, so keep it along the lines of animals and fuzzy things.
So guys, any ideas?
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<small> makes words go little. The more <small> you have the smaller the word.
Same thing applies with <big>.
<u> makes underlines.
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<code> makes your text monospaced, <pre> puts your text in a grey box
This tool provides you with characters that match what you draw.
This tool lets you draw in monospace ASCII which you can then put in <code> on Tumblr.
This tool makes big-ass letters with text. Everything but the AOL fonts require monospace (<code>).
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