Re: Whiteboard Tips Plz
I just started one.
Regards to getting your image on the board........I suggest you do your image on drawing paper, then transfer it to the board using transfer paper. I did it this way and it came out OK. While the white transfer paper on black board left lines that can be erased by a pencil eraser without maring the ink, the black transfer would not erase. However, I found that if I use a lightly moistened q-tip lightly, it would come off with just water.
Sue Kroll, SSA, IEA, associate member WAOW and AWA........ Sue's Art .....Musings of a Scratchboard Newbie
I always welcome C & C. Even if I have finished it and applied fixative, I can always apply your thoughts to the next one.