Ink eradicors: Ink pictures
Ink eradicors: Ink pictures

The ink eradicator does not actually remove the ink, but make it invisible. We want to experiment with this effect by presenting ink eradicator pictures.

Ink eradicors: Ink pictures

As mentioned above, the ink eradicator does not actually remove the ink, but make it invisible. We want to experiment with this effect by presenting ink eradicator pictures. To do so, we will add a reverse technique to normal drawing. As you remember, we are not using colour, we are simply making it invisible. This results in great pictures with a underwater effect.

 

This is how it works:

Preparing the paper
Using the sponge, spread the Royal Blue ink 4001 evenly on the drawing paper. If the ink appears to dark, it can be diluted by using water. Adding water is also a good idea if only a little amount of ink is at your disposal.

Erasing (Drawing) with the ink eradicator
After letting the paper dry for a while (approx. ½ an hour), the erasing of the Royal Blue ink can begin. It is best to cover large areas with each draw in order to prevent the paper from becoming too fragile.

Create an octopus with your ink eradicator, plants, small fish and, of course, divers.