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Discussion in 'Creative Zone' started by awney, Sep 30, 2018.

  1. awney

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    Same with the pencil thread! Do you guys prefer a certain type of eraser when working on traditional art?

    I usually just use whatever eraser I have on my pencil. But I know my roommate really likes kneaded erasers because they don't smear as much and you can tap on a picture to soften areas up.
     
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    I prefer whatever is on the pencil for convenience, but out of all pencil bottoms, I prefer the ones on the end of the Paper Mate Clearpoint mechanical pencil's. They are so soft and in a way malleable so you can make a fine tip if you want it or a flat one as well.
     
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    I mostly just use what I have within reach, that can be the eraser on the tip of my mechanical pencil or the bigger eraser I have lying around on my desk somewhere
     
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    I use black erasers. It's just easier for me to look at, as a person with OCD. I can't see the dirt marks, therefore I'll clean it less often.
     
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    I didn’t know those existed 0:
     
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    Yup, they do. They're really common around my area. My personal favourite would be the Boxy Eraser.
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  7. awney

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    Oooo maybe I’ll try one out one day. Fancy lookin
     
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    I used to just use pencil erasers when drawing until I took an art class not to long ago. Now I use a white vinyl erasure and a kneaded erasure when I draw.
     
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    i think the only reason i'd get a kneaded eraser would be to play with it LOL
     
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    Yeah, I think I probably play with my kneaded eraser more than I actually use it. But it is good for erasing smaller things that are surrounded by things that you don't want to erase and is really useful when using charcoal
     
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    i dont really mess with charcoal that much so i don't think i'd use it what that :sweat: i just don't like bothering with the mess charcoal makes
     

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