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Hi my name is Ashley welcome to my art studio. Today we are going to be talking about erasers, art supply essentials.
So, this is the plastic eraser, this is the eraser of choice for working with the graphite. It is definitely in essential and I am really like the plastic eraser because it has nice sharp edge that you can make a nice you can actually make a stroke with this, and it is very firm and it will basically pick up most graphite that you put down, if you have not put it down too hard.
If you are going to be working with charcoals, one of my favorite erasers use is in neatable eraser. This is great because you can actually break off bits of this eraser make in the smaller pieces, and just go right into an area that you want to erase, and you can basically use this to go all away back down to white on the paper.
And if it gets too dirty all you do is you just need it back into the eraser need all of that charcoal back in there, and you get a clean eraser again and so then you just go back to your charcoal and you have got white.
So, this is a art come eraser it I actually do not use this very often because I find that it tend to crumble you might find that it’s great for what you are working with.
I just really do not use it very much but it also like the plastic eraser have is very firm it has a great edge but I just want that it leave, it makes too much of a mess on my work but you are welcome to go ahead and try it.