Now that the inking is done, I need to erase the pencil marks. This is important because it might show up in print if you don’t get rid of it.

Here is the eraser I used.

It’s larger than ordinary erasers and useful for dealing with large swatches.

I remove it from the packaging

And erase.

When the marks are gone, I use this brush

And brush off the crumbs.

These brushes are also useful for large areas. They can be found in art stores.

Erasing takes a while. Fortunately, it is faster than inking. I hope this post was useful in any way.


About Katrina

I graduated from Sheridan College with a Bachelor's in Animation.
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