Here’s a cool trick!
Start thinking about your old art tools in new and unique ways!
I discovered a few months back, that using a kneaded eraser was a fine way not only to remove charcoal from canvas and paper, but that it works well in picking up thin areas of glaze in oil underpaintings if you need to.
Who’da thunk it?
I’ll try and grab a short video demo and post on JanTanton’s YouTube for you the next time I make a painting “mistake”…
…and that could be any second now.